I agree Simon with what you say. I just feel as if InI are mistaking our choice of words. I do not know if you remember my saying on this forum that InI are "little Jah's" here on earth. Therefore technicaly InI already know how to trod, because it is in InI genetic memotry banks.
The Ible is a story of an African people. It is our customs in Africa, especially West Africa, to have what is called "story telling". For centuries InI have passed down information this way to be recorded and kept by the next generation. In this is InI way to live and prosper. It is a record of a certain tribe in Africa, and their expiereinces.
But here is the catch. Many people sight the Ible as a book of the past. Do InI forget that the Ible is known as the book of prophecy?
It is for this reason that InI even read the book. All the prophets gave InI vital information of the things to come. Now some may find such information useful (as do I) and others may be able to sight the future for themselves.
As I have stated many times, I am not a prophet. Therefore I need prophets to guide I of events and happenings in I life.
That is why I have much RASpect for prophetess Tonya, and the work that she is doing. Yes Jah still speak to InI with the use of prophets. Jah also speak to InI directly as well.
No matter the vehicle of the words from Jah, I man listen so that I am well advised.
Jah bless the I them.
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