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FTP $10 A GRAM, UP TO 5
FTP $10 A GRAM, UP TO 5
Moreno Valleys Love and Faith
Every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you; even as the green herb have I given you all things.
And the earth brought forth grass, [and] herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed [was] in itself, after his kind: and God saw that [it was] good.
And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which [is] upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which [is] the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.
The significance of herbal meat and smoke
And the temple was filled with smoke from the glory of God and from His power; and no one was able to enter the temple until the seven plagues of the seven angels were finished.
He shall put the incense on the fire before the LORD, that the cloud of incense may cover the mercy seat that is on the ark of the testimony, otherwise he will die.
As in the wilderness, and as at the dedication of Solomon's temple, the tokens of God's presence filled the temple, so it is now, but with a difference: it is smoke, not cloud, which is the symbol of God's presence. But the vision which perhaps, under all circumstances, most nearly corresponds with the present is that of Isaiah (Isaiah 6); there the prophet beheld the vision of God. His train filled the temple, and the house was filled with smoke, and a message of judgment was given to the prophet; that message declared that the sin of the people had reached a climax: they had trifled with convictions, and henceforward the words of God's servants would harden rather than awaken them.
We have faith in the significance of what the Lord gave us on that third day of creation, and that is the bounty of all animals and all seeds. We have faith and believe that God physically manifests his presence on earth through fire, smoke, plagues, and conversations as documented/evidenced in the testaments and bibles assembled by man. We revere the power of smoke and smoking resembling the presence of God which rises to the heavens as part of our sacraments in communicating with God in carrying out God’s will here on earth.
We recognize cannabis as an herb producing smoke which was used in holy oil to anoint the sick and that was burned for use as incense smoke as well as the oil used to anoint Jesus Christ before his foretold crucifixion. We use this as an essential part of our sacraments to carry out our prayers as part of the sacrament of penance, to embrace holy communion and for our ritual to soothe and comfort the sick.
We pray to seek penance demonstrating regret for wrongful or hurtful conduct that we have committed unto others. We proclaim our sins to God to demonstrate our respect to his creations and our fellow man. We smoke cannabis to reset our consciousness allowing us to focus on the rituals we perform in helping to clear our minds from all distractions, so that we may focus on God and God alone. We smoke cannabis to bring about the physical presence of God both in fire and in smoke which has been the traditional form of communication as documented in the great books as the burning bush.
The smoke that is created by smoking cannabis serves to bring about the traditional presence of God. The smoke allows us to know that God is present. To inhale the smoke brings about God’s presence to us both spiritually and physically. The act of exhaling smoke while praying sets in motion our dispatch, our communication to God as it rises in the air and into the heavens to be received by God. The smoke rising demonstrates both the path of our prayers and significance of our prayer. Our ability to seek penance is of the highest order meriting a place in heaven; this is our holy communion with God, seeking to make right what we have done wrong.
We ingest cannabis as part of our sacrament of “unction of the sick.” Cannabis is one of our sacraments because we are obliged to soothe and comfort the sick. We provide cannabis to those demonstrating a sickness in need of soothing and comforting. Cannabis relieves the pain from cancer, relieves the pain from cataracts, relieves the anxiety from those suffering from mental illness along with many other ailments such as seizures, and we are obliged to help them.
There are seven sacraments that we believe in: (1) baptism, (2) confirmation, (3) penance, (4) Holy Communion, (5) unction of the sick, (6) matrimony, and the (7) holy orders the ten commandments. They are part of the seven pillars of wisdom.
The first four are mandatory for us in this Church. We will not deny soothing and comfort to those who are not members as we are obliged to help all in need regardless if sinner or saint as part of our religious worship and practice in God’s name. God’s gifts will not be denied to anyone. The ten commandments are to be followed but we understand that people fall from grace violating these commandments leading them to seek penance in hopes of redemption which will not be denied to them.
These bounties are ours to have and belong to all of us individually and are not subordinate to government rule.
"…[U]nto Caesar the things which be Caesar's and unto God the things which be God's."
All of creation is God’s will. God created cannabis and man did not. Ownership of it belongs to every woman and every man as set forth by God. Laws made by man are subordinate to God’s design and cannot affect a woman’s or a man’s dominion and control of what has been given to them by God.
We also do not profess to hold dominion or superiority over mankind in carrying out the sacraments; they are not exclusive to our Church. With humility we say that all mankind can carry on for themselves the sacraments we hold dear; they belong to all and can be carried out by all. The legitimacy of the sacraments is not vested in nor tied to the goodness of any particular person carrying them out. The grace of God guarantees the sacrament to be holy based not on the quality of any mortal carrying out the sacrament, but instead, on God’s power over everything to make it so. God’s power is not dependent on a man. Instead, man is dependent on God to be gracious with him.
The word of God should be enough to motivate any person to act upon it and membership in our congregation is purely a voluntary act. Your belief in our Church and nothing more is what binds us to one another; faith is the greatest force known to man.
This is not a house of power. It is a house of worship. God is the final judge of all creation as it was created through his will and according to his intentions. The sacraments belong to all peoples and the power to carry them out belong to all of us, and they are also our obligation to see them through. We, therefore, all have the power to receive and carry out the sacraments.
For that reason, we do not form a Church weighed down with an overabundance of rules. We strive to be simple. We embrace people from all walks of life to hear, read and appreciate the word of God, and to carry out his word. We seek to save soles and not confuse them. We are all created equal, and we are all God’s children.
From this day forward we shall now walk together care for one another seeking guidance from God through ritual, worship, and practice. We shall commune with God seeking a conversation leading us to a better understanding of our role in this life and what the next holds for our soles.
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