Blessed Love, Sistren, and Goodnight (2:30 am here)
a sacred picture, yes. King Selassie was annointed in the Name of the Messiah to be King in Christ Name. If I see HIM, I see Christ, I know he is not Christ, he is a human being like us, and so he said as well. I am not speaking of worshipping, but for I, in this matter, ambassador, hyperlink, Ikon, they are the same thing for me.
An Ikon is a visible picture of Christ. This Ikon is there, not to be worshipped, but simply as a reminder. This is a very biblical principal that one should use when looking at the kings of Israel.
I thank you for the time you took in reasoning with I concerning this matter Iah, blessed in the Name of Messiah.
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