Ezekiel 34:29 - Jah People Version
Raise my plant of character (Cannabis); remove hunger from the earth by casting away the disgrace of the nations. [JPV]

Today's word:  Prayer.

It may not be what you think it is.
Prayer is from the Greek word:
G4335 προσευχή proseuche (pros-yoo-khay') n.
1. prayer
2. (by implication) an oratory (chapel)
from προσεύχομαι proseuchomai (pros-yoo'-khom-ai) v.
1. to pray to God, i.e. supplicate, worship
[from pros (toward or pertaining to) and euchomai (To wish. By implication to pray to God)]

Prayer is to wish toward or pertaining to God.
I was taught to bow my head, fold my hands, close my eyes and quietly speak my requests directed toward God.  This leans in the right direction, but what does the bible actually teach?  How, specifically, does a man/woman of Jah pray?  It's not difficult to find out.  Let's take a quick look:
Psalm 141:2-3 - Jah People Version
Prayer is established timelessly: fumigation with Jah's sweet incense; the uplifting power of the evening sacrifice [JPV]
places watchfullness of Jah via the mouth (as the means of blowing), observing the door (eye of Jah; pineal) via the mouth. [JPV]
Isaiah 30:33 - Jah People Version
Tophet (kindling Cannabis incense) is timelessly ordained (legislated) for kings.  It is established.  Grow profoundly large piles to burn and be filled with the tree.  The breath of Jah is a stream of healing balm, to kindle (to consume (by fire or by eating)). [JPV]
Malachi 1:11 - Jah People Version
From the east to the west my character is disseminated among the nations wherever my incense (Cannabis) brings forth my character.  It is my pure sacrificial offering by which my character is disseminated among the nations, saith the LORD of the Host (Cannabis). [JPV]
Revelation 5:8 - Jah People Version
And when I had taken the book the four beasts (throne-bearers) and the 420 (gematria value of the hebrew word for smoke) elders lit on in the presence the Lamb having every one of them harps and golden vials (cencers) full of aroma (Cannabis smoke) which is sacred prayer. [JPV]

* 420 facts:

  • 420 is the numerical (gematria) value of the Hebrew word for smoke.
  • 420 elders offer the smoke of sacred/holy incense.
  • 4:20pm is the de-facto communal time for cannabis consumers to enjoy sacrament, preferably with others
  • April 20th (4/20) is a day of celebration, rallying and education within Cannabis culture
  • 420 (cannabis culture), Wikipedia

These are not coincidence. They are divine alignment.

Cannabis incense is the mode of sacred prayer ordained by jah.


How often should InI pray?

1 Thessalonians 5:17-19 - Jah People Version
Pray without ceasing. [JPV]
In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of Jah by the anointing of Jahshuah concerning you. [JPV]
Do not extinguish the breath (Cannabis incense). [JPV]

This is not a "New" Testament teaching, but an old one:

Exodus 30:8 - Jah People Version
Aaron will ascend the lamp (get high) at dusk by burning the incense of perpetual fumigation (Cannabis) before Jah throughout your generations. [JPV]

1. incense is Hebrew qatar: to smoke, i.e. turn into fragrance by fire (especially as an act of worship)
2. perpetual is Hebrew tamiyd: continually; the regular (daily) sacrifice
3. incense is Hebrew qtoretha fumigation

Perpetual... for as long as people keep having children (generations).  This original mode of regular daily prayer/worship is legislated by Jah to never end.  This is prayer without ceasing.

Aaron means property of the ark: that which has been redeemed by the ark (cannabis, Revelation 22:3); jah's property.  

Source: https://translate.google.com/?ie=UTF-8&hl=en&client=tw-ob#iw/en/%D7%90%D6%B7%D7%94%D6%B2%D7%A8%D7%95%D6%B9%D7%9F%0A%D7%90%D6%B7%D7%94%D6%B2%D7%A8%D7%95%D6%B9%20%D7%9F

This is how "Aaron" offers cannabis perpetually; jah's children (offspring; property of the ark; those redeemed by cannabis) have always and will always make this perpetual offering.



Yep.  JahShuah explained this clearly about 2000 years ago.


Overstand... Pray without ceasing, and in everything give thanks.  Bring forth the character of Jah as legislated by Jah.


Love one another.  Pray together.