1 Then Elohim looked at Aḏam and Ḥawwah, and at what had befallen them from Satan, and how he killed them.
2 So, Elohim sent His Word and raised Aḏam and Ḥawwah from death.
3 Then, when he was raised, Aḏam said, “O Elohim, You have burnt and taken the seeds which You had given us. You have emptied out the bucket of water. And You have sent Your messengers, who have caused us to lose our way from the corn field. Will You kill us? If this is from you, O Elohim, then take away our souls but stop punishing us.”
4 Then Elohim said to Aḏam, “I did not burn down the wheat, and I did not pour the water out of the bucket, and I did not send My messengers to lead you astray.
5 But it is Satan, your master who did it. It was he to whom you have subjected yourself, while setting My Commandment aside. It is He who burnt down the corn, and poured out the water, and who has led you astray. All the promises he has made you were just a trick, a deception, and a lie.
6 But now, Aḏam, you shall acknowledge My good deeds done to you.”
7 And Elohim told His messengers to take Aḏam and Ḥawwah, and to lift them up to the field of wheat, which they found as before with the bucket full of water.
8 There they saw a tree and found on it solid manna, and they were astonished at Elohim’s power. And the messengers commanded them to eat of the manna when they were hungry.
9 And Elohim admonished Satan with a curse, not to come again and destroy the field of corn.
10 Then Aḏam and Ḥawwah took of the corn, and made an offering of it, and took it and offered it up on the mountain, at the place where they had offered up their first offering of blood.
11 And they offered this offering again on the altar they had built at first. And they stood up and prayed, and besought 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 saying, “O Elohim, when we were in the garden, our praises went up to you like this offering, and our innocence went up to you like incense. But now, O Elohim, accept this offering from us, and don’t turn us away or deprive us of Your mercy.”
12 Then Elohim said to Aḏam and Ḥawwah, “Since you have made this offering and have offered it to Me, I shall make it My Bĕn’s flesh when He comes down on earth to save you. I shall cause it to be offered continually on an altar for forgiveness and mercy for those who partake of it appropriately.”
13 Then Elohim sent a bright fire over the offering of Aḏam and Ḥawwah and filled it with brightness, grace, and light. And the Ruaḥ ha’Qodesh came down on that offering.
14 Then Elohim Commanded a messenger to take fire tongs, like a spoon, and take an offering and bring it to Aḏam and Ḥawwah. And the messenger did so as Elohim had Commanded him, and offered it to them.
15 And the souls of Aḏam and Ḥawwah were brightened, and their hearts were filled with joy and gladness and with the praises of Elohim.
16 And Elohim said to Aḏam, “This shall be a custom to you to perform when affliction and sorrow should come over you. But your deliverance and your entrance in to the garden, shall not be until the days are fulfilled as agreed between you and Me. If it were not for this, I would bring you back to My garden and to My favor and My mercy and pity for you, for the sake of the offering you have just made to My Name.”
17 Aḏam rejoiced at these words, which he heard from Elohim. And Aḏam and Ḥawwah worshipped before the altar, to which they bowed, and then went back to the Cave of Treasures.
18 And this took place at the end of the twelfth day after the eightieth day (92 days), from the time Aḏam and Ḥawwah came out of the garden.
19 And they stood up the entire night praying until morning. Then they went out of the cave.
20 Then Aḏam said to Ḥawwah, with joy in his heart, because of the offering they had made to Elohim that had been accepted by Him, “Let us do this three times every week, on all the days of our life.”
21 And as they agreed on these words and Elohim was pleased with their thoughts and with the decision they made.
22 After this, the Word of Elohim came to Aḏam, and said, “Aḏam, you have determined beforehand the days in which sufferings shall come over My Bĕn, when He is made flesh. They are the fourth day, and the preparation day, which is sixth day.
23 But regarding the first day, I created all things in it, and I raised the shamayim. Through My Bĕn’s rising again on this day, will I create joy and raise those who believe in Me on high. Aḏam, make this offering all the days of your life.”
24 Then the Word of Elohim withdrew from Aḏam.
25 But Aḏam continued to make the offering as he had, every week, three times a week, until the end of seven weeks. And on the first day, which is the fiftieth, Aḏam made an offering as he was accustomed, and he and Ḥawwah took it and came to the altar before Elohim, as He had taught them.