Gideon, you said,
How can I do wrong, when Jah is my creator? It makes no sense. All I can do wrong is see wrong. And that is a mistake that we need to clear up. That is the babylon that we need to burn out. And we do it by speaking true words.
So if a person causes harm to another, do they see wrong or do wrong? You seem to be playing with words to try to redefine them. When a wicked person kills a child, for entertainment for themself, people say that he did something wrong and wicked. So did he not do wrong, but just saw wrong? If he didn't do wrong, did he do right? Just because people Iverstand the meaning of a word differently then you see it, doesn't mean they are wrong. People use words to describe things inside and outside of them. And when a person does wickedness, people say that he did wickedness, or did wrong, or did evil.
Gideon, you mentioned that it is not stealing when a person takes from another. If a person labours to produce something that serves a beneficial purpose for themself, and somebody else comes along and takes it, then I and I call that stealing, and I and I call it wickedness. The first person put out their energy and laboured to make something for their survival. The next person only walks past and steals if from the first. He hardly put any energy into it, he only sucked off the energy of the first. I and I call those people vampires, sucking the blood of the People.
If you consider that taking things that others labour for is right, then that is your choice. But I will never see it that way, and it is you that teaches this, not Jah or Haile Selassie I.
You also said,
Do not commit adultery - This makes no sense. Marriage is an agreement between two people to be together. When people agree to be together then they are together, that is what is meant by agreement. If they are not together then obviously they do not agree to be together and they are not married.
What adultery means is that when two people make a choice to be together for Life, and one person changes their mind and decides to get together with other people, but doesn't tell their spouse that this is what they desire and doesn't break off the marriage, then they are committing adultery. If it was agreed between them that they should part and deal with other people, then by the law of the Jews, they were divorced, and were not committing adultery. But Christ said that this was not so, there was no divorce and if the man and woman agree to come together as One, then they will always be One, and they are committing adultery if they deal with anybody else, divorce or not.
I can see what you are saying about false words, that the two people never truly made an agreement, because if they truly agreed to come together as One, they would never deal with anybody else. But you are just confusing the matter when you are playing with the words.
In a world where we react with different people, we have the things we do and the thing we intend to do and have agreed to do. Whether the agreement is true or false, it is presented as if it was true, and this is how an agreement is defined, because unless we know the true intention of others, we can only agree with the assumption that the others agreement is true, and know that our agreement is true. So when two people get married, they are stating that they have the intention to be with the other for Life. And by the nature of this Union, both have true intentions. So if One person truly had the intention to only be with the other, and would never cheat, then they have agreed and have true intentions, there word is true. But if a person doesn't truly have this intention, or if they think that they had this intention but changed their mind later, then they are committing adultery and their word is false.
The falseness of their word and their wicked thought is the sin. But their actions is the result, and their actions show others of the truth behind their lies. So we recognize the action and have words for the action.
It is fruitless to play with the words like you are doing. All this does is bring confusion. Because whether it is said that a person committed adultery, or that they never truly agreed, the same action and the same thought is described, just described with different words.
If you are not playing with words and think that it is not a wicked thing for a person to hurt, kill, or starve another, but think it is just natural and right thing for the people that do it. If you think that, then I don't agree in the slightest. So to clear up the question of whether you think one way or the other, can you explain what you think in a way that we will Iverstand. Try to use language that we are familiar with communicating in so that there is not ambiguity to your words. Clearing up what exactly you are saying in reference to what I said in the first sentence of this last paragraph would be a good start.
Haile Selassie I