1 Therewith, I departed from Malkitseḏeq, rejoicing in his beraḵah, for he was a man of faith who wrought righteousness and as child he feared Elohim and by his faith he stopped the mouths of lions and quenched the violence of fire when those of the evil combination sought to destroy him from off the face of the earth.

2 Therefore, having been approved of Elohim, he was ordained a kohĕn ha’gadol after the order of the Covenant which Elohim made with Ḥanoḵ which is after the order of the First-born, even our Father Aḏam.

3 For this qodesh order came not by man nor the will of man, neither by father nor mother, neither by beginning of days nor end of years, but of Elohim.

4 For it was established in the beginning of the earth by the Ancients of days, wherefore it is called the Order of the Ancients, and it was delivered unto men from the beginning by the calling of Elohim’s own voice according to His own will through the voice of His Kehunnah, unto as many as believed on His Name and were faithful until they had obtained.