Today's Groovy Word is Worship.

Here is the definition of Worship at

How does one identify a worshiper of Jah, the God of the bible?

Doctrine aside, let's just take a look at a few dictionary definitions from Hebrew; the language of the Torah :

H6999 קָטַר qatar (kaw-tar') adj.
1. to smoke, i.e. turn into fragrance by fire (especially as an act of worship)
[a primitive root (identical with H7000 through the idea of fumigation in a close place and perhaps thus driving out the occupants)]
KJV: burn (incense, sacrifice) (upon), (altar for) incense, kindle, offer (incense, a sacrifice). 
Root(s): H7000 
H7000 קָטַר qatar (kaw-tar') v.
1. to inclose
[a primitive root]
KJV: join. (within; in-close)
H6282 עָתָר `athar (aw-thawr') n-m.
1. incense (as increasing to a volume of smoke)
2. hence (from H6279) a worshipper
[from H6280]
KJV: suppliant, thick.


H6279 עָתַר `athar (aw-thar') v.
1. to burn incense in worship, i.e. intercede (reciprocally, listen to prayer)
[a primitive root (rather denominative from H6281)]
KJV: intreat, (make) pray(-er). 


H6280 עָתַר `athar (aw-thar') v.
1. to be (causatively, make) abundant
[a primitive root]
This last one: "to make abundant"; the result and root meaning of 'athar (the activity of a worshiper; to offer an increasing volume of smoke) is the very purpose JahShuah said he came for:
The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.  (John 10:10, KJV)

JahShuah committed his own life into Jah's Hand, and he told the people to take his yoke (Hemp) upon ourselves.  Jah's Hand is JahShua's yoke.  They are the same thing.  Cannabis is thus InI's source of abundance:  Holy Communion with Jah, and provision for everything that is needed.
This, specifically, is how Jah People are identified.  Not by label, organization or club membership.  Specifically, InI are identified by our mode of worship.  Cannabis Incense is Jah's established mode of worship.
Overstand.  Respect the establishment of Jah religion and primary mode of worship:  Cannabis.