1 At the end of each year, every member of the community is to be interviewed, from first to last, that the spiritual standing of each in the community may be determined.

2 This is needful so long as Beliya’al continues to hold sway as the elohim of this world.

3 The object of this interview is that every man in Yisra’ĕl may be made aware of his status in the community of Elohim’s elect, that he may measure himself against the perfect, eternal society of the shamayim.

4 If any man finds that he is being governed by a law which is beyond his desires, then let him be placed among those who live after his own heart.

5 If any man will qualify himself to live a Torah higher than he is living, let the opportunity be given him to live that Torah.

6 Thus no man in Yisra’ĕl need be abased below his ability to qualify nor exalted above his desires to live after the pattern of the shamayim.

7 Thus all members of the community will stand, each in his proper place, according to a true evaluation of his standing before Elohim.

8 Let those who judge in these matters, judge according to correct principle, in profound humility, being full of charity and equity toward their brethren and sisters that the society of the shamayim may flourish among you, being sanctified by love and unity in 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 our Elohim.