Yahya: To be honest, I was just as shocked as everyone else when the Angel appeared. I had never seen anything like it before, and the idea of leaving everything we knew behind was daunting.
Chihimbori: Same here. It wasn't an easy decision to make, but when so many people received the same message, it was clear that this was what we were meant to do.
Yahya: I think the biggest impact was on our sense of identity. For so long, we had thought of ourselves as being a part of a certain land or culture, and suddenly that was being called into question.
Chihimbori: Yes, and I think the hardest part was leaving behind the people and places that we loved. But at the same time, there was a sense of excitement about starting a new chapter in our lives and returning to the land that had been promised to us.
Yahya: It was a mix of emotions. But looking back, I think it was the best decision we could have made. We may have left behind some things, but we gained so much more by coming home to Yah’rusalem. We knew we would not stay in the wilderness among the people forever.
Two years ago, we were sitting on the porch of our home, reminiscing about the events that had brought us to this point. It had been over three and a half years since the Angels had appeared to us and the rest of our community, revealing the true location of Yah’rusalem.
At first, many had been skeptical, but as more and more people received the same message, it became clear that this was no coincidence. We were meant to leave the land we had known as home for several years and journey to the highlands of Ethiopia.
It had been a difficult decision, but ultimately, we had all packed up our belongings and set out on the long journey. And now, here we are, finally home in the land of Yah’rusalem.
But as we watched the constant stream of people moving through the streets, we knew that we needed to do something to manage the influx. We had seen firsthand the damage that could be caused by uncontrolled immigration in Babylon, and we didn't want to see the same thing happen here.
So, we sat down and hashed out a plan. We would create a system to control the number of Gentiles who could work and live in Yasharel, protecting our home and our heritage. This applied only to the nations that did not enslave us. The rest were enslaved and served Yasharel. Those nations that refused to serve Yasharel were destroyed by TMH.
As they discussed their ideas, Yahya and Chihimbori couldn't help but feel a sense of satisfaction and pride. They had finally returned home to the land that had been promised to them by Yah through the Angel. And now, they were working to ensure that it remained a place of safety and prosperity for all those who lived there.