1 Anyone who refuses to live after the pattern of Elohim’s qodesh order, the perfect society of shamayim, but persists in walking after stubbornness of his own heart and the vain traditions of his fathers, shall not be admitted into the community of Elohim’s elect.

2 For inasmuch as he has rebelled against the discipline required of those who are called to set their lives in order according to the precepts of the shamayim Torah, he cannot be counted among the saints of the Most High.

3 The spiritual, mental, physical and material resources of such a man are of no value to the community of Elohim’s elect; therefore he shall not be permitted to enter into the Order of Ḥanoḵ to live after the pattern of shamayim.

4 If he were honest in acknowledging his weaknesses before Elohim, then would 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 make his weaknesses to become strengths unto him, but inasmuch as his heart remaineth stubborn and he repenteth not, he shall remain in his sins.

5 Such an one looketh upon the light of Elohim’s truth but seeth only darkness.

6 He can never be sanctified because the light is not in him that he should be born again, a new creature in 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄.

7 Although he should offer numerous sacrifices in the similitude of the Lamb of Elohim and be immersed in water any number of times and be washed and anointed after the order of ha’Mashiaḥ, yet he can never be cleansed from his sins except through contrition and repentance, wherein he rejecteth his former works and walketh in the path which our Fathers walked, which is the qodesh order of Elohim.

8 Unclean, unclean he remaineth so long as he will not be governed by the Torah of Elohim, neither submit himself to the ordinances; he shall never enter into communion with the shamayim hosts.

9 It is only when the spirit of man hath been awakened to the light of Elohim’s truth that he can begin to direct his life according to those qodesh principles by which he can ascend into the presence of Elohim and make his calling and election sure.

10 Only through obedience to those Torah and that qodesh order which have been handed down from our Fathers who entered into the presence of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 and held communion with the General Assembly and Church of the Firstborn can a man sanctify his life to commune with the Fathers who have gone on before.

11 Thus can the bireḵoth and rights and the Kehunnah of the Fathers descend upon their heads and they shall dwell in the courts of the sanctified in time and eternity.

12 For only through obedience to the Torahs and ordinances of Elohim, walking faithfully after his qodesh order and enduring unto the end therein can a man be redeemed from the Fall and gain a remission of all his sins so that his mind can be opened to gaze upon the true light of life.

13 It is through obedience to the Torahs and ordinances of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 that a man receiveth the Ruaḥ ha’Qodesh which will lead him unto true and complete union with Elohim and all qodesh men as his iniquities are lifted from him and his mind is expanded to receive Elohim’s truth that he may walk therein as one of the children of light.

14 For the atonement of the Lamb of Elohim cometh upon all those who are upright and humble and submissive to all the ordinances of Elohim that their sins should be washed away in the waters of immersion and they be sanctified through the blood of the covenant and immersion in fire and in the Ruaḥ ha’Qodesh.

15 Thus are they purified from all stain that they should be pure and qodesh, without spot.

16 Only such an one can perfectly direct his steps to walk blamelessly through all the vicissitudes of life, never deviating from the ways of Elohim, but keeping all the commandments without turning either to the right or to the left and without overstepping any of the bounds imposed by the word of Elohim.

17 Then indeed is he perfectly acceptable before Elohim and a pleasure unto 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄.

18 Then will his joy increase and he will enter by covenant into the community of the faithful to dwell with the Fathers who have inherited their thrones forever and ever.