Pubdate: Wed, 25 Jan 2012
Source: Standard-Examiner (UT)
Copyright: 2012 Ogden Publishing Corporation
Author: Stan White



Not only does God, the ecologican, indicate he created all the 
seed-bearing plants saying they are all good in the first book of 
Genesis (letter published on-line Jan. 24, "Leviticus doesn't forbid 
the use of marijuana), it's literally the very first page of the 
Bible. That's no accident. The only biblical restriction placed on 
cannabis (marijuana) is to accept it with thankfulness (1 Timothy 
4:1-5). It also predicts cannabis prohibition before it occurs and 
describes the type of people who will do the evil.

Those who support or enable government caging or killing humans for 
using or growing what God says is good, are sinning starting on the 
very first page.

It's especially an eye opener when churches that profess the name of 
God and The Christ, Jesus, support stumbling starting on the first 
page of the Bible and teach their flocks to do the same. By time they 
get to page three, with the lessons of killing and murder, they are lost.

As the Christ, Jesus requests us to love one another in John 14-16, 
we can not love someone and cage them for using what God says is good 
at the same time.

Further, biblically, cannabis prohibition is known as the "Sin of the 
Priests" (the subtitle of Malachi 1:6-14, NASB), where failed clergy 
say the "table of the Lord" is "defiled" and "to be despised."

Cannabis prohibition and extermination is the biblical root of all problems.

Stan White

Dillon, Colo.
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