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Messenger: Bobobinghi Jahcub Sent: 5/16/2014 5:30:22 PM

Blessed heart of love unto the I

Iman nah really try to specialise Iself inna a specific mansion of Rastafari, each mansion have them own livity and theological structures,with similarities and differences.Through reasoning with an elder almost a year ago I was able to sight king Emmanuel as a Christ in priestical character and I took on the Bobo livity e.g Iman started wearing I turbans, keeping the Sabbath amongst other things.At that point in time I read the bible a lot but then Iman had an awakening that its not what it is made out to be in the sense of how the majority see it, Iman read I bible with a new mindset these days, with overstanding of the metaphorical/allegorical wisdom emebeded within the various books, Iman nah view as InI exact literal History anymore,seen.I started wearing turban and keeping sabbath because of commandments in exodus, now Iman was Iditatiing why am I still doing these things,I can say these things are part of InI ancient culture and naturally Iman can uphold these practice's as to connect InI ancient self,Sabbath provide rest for your body and mind,turban is a discipline iya and when one puts it on it change a lot of things about oneself,Iman feel like my previous misunderstanding of the bible has made I take certain parts of I livity as commandment/obligation. For example Iman decided not to wear I turban today at times I felt irie expressing I ital/creation hair but at other times Iman felt very guilty. Wearing dreadlocks out in public has seemed to have become strange for Iman to do.seen. Turban is hola garment,but dreadlocks is hola nonetheless,Saturday/Sabbath is a hola day but the rest of the time is still hola,How can hola livitys contradict each other,not in the sense that they are fighting each other,but can 2 opposite views/actions/traditions be right?

Messenger: JAH Child Sent: 5/16/2014 5:56:20 PM

Iman read I bible with a new mindset these days, with overstanding of the metaphorical/allegorical wisdom emebeded within the various books, Iman nah view as InI exact literal History anymore,seen.I started wearing turban and keeping sabbath because of commandments in exodus, now Iman was Iditatiing why am I still doing these things.

Overstood King. I think along those same lines often. The solution I find is to act according to the messages that I learn from those allegorical stories, or simply follow Iritual guidance. The I desires righteousness and to walk a hola path, so Iman is not going to suddenly turn wicked if Iman stop wearing the turban.

But like Iman mentioned, there are more than one reason to do something - Iman may keep Shabbat simply out of overstanding for that vital rest, but not because Iman has been commanded to do so. Iman may wrap the I dreadlocks to keep them clean, but not because Iman must do so.

One Messianic Jewish man said to I, "the commandments are not absolutely necessary to follow. But the more you follow, the more you are blessed." That is one way to look at it, I suppose.

More love and guidance Iyah Jahcub.

Messenger: Ras NazIr Sent: 5/16/2014 7:25:57 PM

One Messianic Jewish man said to I, "the commandments are not absolutely necessary to follow. But the more you follow, the more you are blessed."

FYAH BURN that. No way InI can Igree with that. The 10 commandments are not that difficult to follow. They are actually some of the easiest "rules" in the Torah to follow.

1 You shall have no other gods before me JAH come first

2 You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me,but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments. Do Not worship false Idols

3 You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name. Do not use JAH in vain

4 Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy Keep the shabbat InI do keep the shabbat, I do have to take care of 3 disabled people so I am sure JAH will forgive I for getting out for that purpose

5 Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you. InI sight the Father and Mother InI have is Haile Selassie I and Omega the Queen, seeing as InI have not had a relationship with I biological parents in a long time, not from lack of trying. I ALWAYS honor the King and Queen

6 You shall not murder Dont plan on it InI love

7 You shall not commit adultery InI treat I Queen like what she is a Queen

8 You shall not steal never have never will as a Nazarite Priest Iman no want material things not even money

9 You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor. InI will never lie for any circumstance, if even the truth hurts, Iman will speak the truth

10 You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor Same as above InI am a Nazarite Priest, InI no want none of them babylonian things, InI only want what JAH provides I

These are actually fairly easy to live by. The 613 levitical laws, well that is another story. InI try to incorporate more and more of those into InI Ife Iveryday but them laws are not something that can be taken lightly, nor overnight. That in, InI Ipinion, is a Ife long pursuit.

I guess one must look at the source the Queen sighted of where them words come from. A "Messianic Jew", which is another name for a "Christian". They also sight, like most "christians" that "jesus" was the ultimate sacrifice, so sense "jesus" came them are all save by "grace" and don't need to live in Sacrifice or follow them "Old Testament rules"

That is just how InI feel about that Inyway. InI have I head covered the majority of the time but the only time InI sight that Iman must have I head covered is if/when InI have to leave I house on Shabbat. Iny other time Iman wear it covered or not covered just depending on how InI feel to wear it that day. InI Dread is InI "antenna" unto JAH. InI Dread is I sacrifice to JAH through I Nazarite Vow. InI Dread is I roots. Aswell as many other things, including so babylon can see InI will not bow down to their man made babylonian laws.

Messenger: JAH Child Sent: 5/16/2014 8:36:04 PM

I feel the fyah Ras. Seen. For clarity though, the man was referring to all 613 commandments, not just the ten "words".

Messenger: Ras NazIr Sent: 5/16/2014 8:55:33 PM

Okay I could sight that then, Those are harder to follow. One should follow the 10 commandments (or the 42 laws of Maat, which I sight as pretty much the same thing, very well could have been the origin of the 10). The 10 are easy, but I feel them are too easy that is why I try to add more and more of the 613 into I Ife.

Live UP
Praise HIM JAH RastafarI

Messenger: Ras NazIr Sent: 5/16/2014 10:52:53 PM

The reason Iman sighted that quote as the 10 commandments is because, InI always hear the 10 referenced as "commandments". And the 613 referenced as the "613 levitical laws" or simply as the "laws". Iman forgot to add that in I previous post. So InI figured I would add that for clear-ification.

Praise HIM Selassie I JAH RastafarI

Messenger: VoodooRuutz Sent: 5/17/2014 2:43:58 AM

No one can keep those 613 laws cuz some require being done in the TEMPLE and by LEVITES (descendants of LEVI) as no one today know if they are. Some laws were only for Levites not everyone and Levite priest weren't to let their locks to grow long but not bald it.

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 5/17/2014 10:04:06 AM

Time to come out of the Ible some Kingman

Messenger: Bobobinghi Jahcub Sent: 5/17/2014 10:22:46 AM

Iman don't see the 10613 as commandments anymore iya,what me a say is that because Iman used to sight and t in that way its hard for I at the moment not to feel obligated.Iman don't think it is healthy for InI to to take commandment other than from Iselves, the men who wrote the bible is not Iman so how can Iman let a one who is not I tell I what is best for I and control I life,Iman know the authors never intended that,but Babylon make it seem so,fyah on all forms of slavery,Iman say self Ipremacy

Messenger: Ras NazIr Sent: 5/17/2014 10:38:56 AM

King Garvey's Africa. InI no stick by LIEbles. InI reasoned with the Queen JAH Child pon this last night. InI use MANY book. InI have read LIEbles (KJV, catholic, mormon ,etc) Torah, Qu'ran, DSS, Nag Hammadi, Kebra Nagast, Teachings of Buddha, I Ching, Confucius say, HIM words/teachings, laws of Ma'at. Along with many others. What InI have learned is, what the Elder say, "Live clean and let your works be seen, my brother". Also on this quest of " enlightenment" I have found that most, if not all, are based on this principle. That is what InI LOVE about RastafarI, it is all about finding ones own path, while listening and reasoning with others. Like Inother Elder say, "Not in the books did I find, but by searching I mind". That is the key. InI just use the Torah as means of sacrifice in InI Ife. I do not use all 613 because if one goes through them it is impossible to follow. Just like the wise I VDR say. One could burn the LIEbles and InI would know what InI should do, from the Irit that guides InI. Just give I the teachings of HIM Majesty for I no want no devil philosophy.

Praise HIM
Haile I Selassie I JAH RastafarI

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