1 Obedience to these rules can only be maintained through cultivation of the Ruaḥ ha’Qodesh which is received in the ordinances of Elohim’s House.

2 Every one who seeketh admittance to the community of the Order must first be approved by the Presidency of the Order.

3 He must then enter into a covenant of Elohim in the presence of his brethren of the Order, binding himself by a solemn oath to consecrate all of his mind, all of his strength and all of his wealth to the community of Elohim’s elect.

4 He who maketh this covenant is to keep himself apart from those who have not received the ordinances of Elohim’s House, except when acting in the strength of his Kehunnah in the service of our Elohim.

5 Those who reject the ordinances of Elohim’s House cannot perfect their lives that they may be sanctified by the power of the Ruaḥ ha’Qodesh; therefore, they remain in their sins and their pride, being subject to the judgment of Elohim, for surely he shall come forth in vengeance upon all those who have the Covenant revealed unto them but receive it not, until they shall be finally destroyed without remnant if they repent not.

6 No man can be purified except by the power of the Ruaḥ ha’Qodesh which is received in the ordinances of Elohim.

7 Only thereby can men become qodesh if they repent of their evils, for without repentance, the reception of the ordinances is a mockery before Elohim and shall result in a cursing and not a beraḵah.