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The Sixth Divine Fellowship of the Seven Divine Fellowships of the Advancing Noah Movement

The Rainbow Bible

Copyright 6179 SC ANM


The Seven Divine Principles

Principle One

For God Most High is the first impulse of life eternal. Connecting with God in his eternal nature, understanding his eternal existence, and finding the grace and love flowing from the throne of the eternal on high which grants you the grace to live eternally yourself. This is the first and foremost principle of the ‘Assembly of the Most High’. For in life eternal all other questions and mysteries, in the fullness of God’s good time, become realized, and the purposes you seek in life materialize in the happiness from your eternal relationship, and the fruit of love and peace and joy which such an eternal relationship brings.


Principle Two

Thus, with life eternal fulfilled in your very being, life seeks to order itself according to the divinely eternal ways, chosen by the Most High, for your eternal life. And, in very truth, these ways can seem circular, reappearing time and time again, in the grand circle of life, in which all that you need for the embellishment and fulfilment for your existence will come in the fullness of time, and your eternal happiness the reward for your diligent labours of faith.


Principle Three

And then, having learned the secret of life eternal, and enjoying the regular and recurrent ways of this eternal life, you grow in knowledge and stature and follow your destiny. For God’s destiny in your life is inevitably for your own good, and following this destiny is your life calling and the meaning in which you will find greater and deeper levels of happiness and thanksgiving.


Principle Four

And then, the moral man becoming perfect, the physical man speaks of his hearts desire. And seek ye, I say unto you, glory and accomplishment for the satisfaction of having given your all.


Principle Five

And in great wealth and the glory of rulership as God’s sovereign chosen ones, you realize that destiny and glory are leading you on to sovereignty and eternal responsibility.


Principle Six

And the quiet heart understands things in the fullness of God’s time, and the reflective heart understands God’s purposes and wisdom, and great satisfaction is the reward for those who have patiently kept faith in the one above.


Principle Seven

And at the grand culmination of things God speaks to you and asks you ‘What great plan of life lies in your heart, oh divine and beloved child of God???’




(For younger members of Assembly of the Most High)

 Life can seem like a big blur at times, especially in our younger years.  So often we are caught up with this or that activity, for fun or entertainment, or to simply pass the time.  And then, adulthood, and all our learning and studying from younger years is supposed to lead to employment in a job, all presumably to earn a dollar, or a rupee, or a euro, and find our own way in the world.  And that seems to be the general meaning of it all - we seek good schooling, a good job, and hopefully, in the end, to make something productive and useful out of our lives – to be a valued and important member of society.  That seems to be what everyone is on about, aren’t they? Yet, so often in this blur, the actual question of who we are as individuals in the grand scheme of things, where we are from and where we are going after all of this blur is finished can, for so many of us, be forgotten.  In truth finding meaning and purpose in life, especially in the light of eternity is, perhaps, the very reason we are born here on planet earth.  It is the challenge set before each and every human being – to come to an understanding of what life is all about, its purpose, and our own very special role in the grand mysteries of the universe – and it is a quest which will never end. Look into the mirror. There you are. At least a reflection of you, anyway. But look at that person. Who is he? Who is she? What do they believe? What makes them tick? Who is that person staring back at you?

Who am I?

When we were little kids our major preoccupations were playtime, foodtime and sleeptime, and usually in that order. But then we hit puberty and our bodies changed, and the opposite sex started becoming interesting. And our taste in things changed. We replaced toys for cricket or baseball bats and dolls for make-up and mobile phones. Our friends may have stayed exactly the same, or we may have moved on to new faces, faces which represented ideals we were starting to grow into. You see, as we start growing up and changing from youths to adults, formative ideals we held to as kids are starting to develop more strongly in our lives into an ethos or sense of personal morality - our own set of judgements - which we start to live by and judge others and the world by. And we don't really even notice immediately that we are doing this. And these sets of judgements - these 'values' - start to become how we identify ourselves to the world and define who we are. When we were young we identified ourselves by our family and our position in our family, or orphanage, or wherever we were raised. We had an identity defined by how we fitted into the grand scheme of things. We were male or female (usually), black or white or yellow or some other shade of melanin, short or tall, smart or dumb, popular or nerdy, or all sorts of variations of these general ideas. Yet we knew who we were when we looked in the mirror, even if back then we didn't really have any strong idea of what we believed about it all, apart from a general sense of parent's wisdom taught to us, which seemed to shape our life, even if we didn't really know that explicitly. Yet who where we? Where we even part of where we were raised for the long term? Did we have another destiny in work in our life leading us on to things we hadn't even guessed at? Were we just simple kids, or was some other grander purpose at work? Whoever we were when we were young, we have moved on, and started to learn about who we have always been. Mankind. We are humans, the bible saying we are made in the image of God, so that must mean we have divine qualities. That there is something special about being a human being. Something Godlike. We have arms, legs, bodies, faces. We think and feel. We grow and learn. We love and hate. We work and play. All the things we did as a kid, we continue to do as we grow, yet the things in life grow up with them, and they become 'Bigger' and 'More Intense'. When we start growing up we learn more and more that we are humans - that we have a place in this world defined by all the attributes we knew so well as a kid, and how we applied our talents and our knowledge and our place in the world to the challenge of life, which leads us each day to the level of success in life we do or do not have. Who we are is the person you see in the mirror, with all their attributes - all their humanity - and in their values which they have started to learn, they make judgements which helps them to understand society and judge society leading to how we make sense of all this world we are thrown into. You see, our judgements, our values - our morals - are perhaps the most crucial part of us of all, even if we don't really think that. Because it is God - the creator of men - who looks at our hearts, in how we treat others, in the love and care we show, in the holiness in our morals we show - that judges us and defines the reward or blessings our future is granted each and every day, for the human person that we are as we have grown, who I am, is rewarded just exactly for who or what he or she is, for life rewards itself, and the way you have shaped your values over life and the way your values have been shaped for you, by both nature and nurture, have defined the rewards of your eternity, for who you are is who you are, and it is how you will be judged in the eternity before you.

Thus, when we have come to a more fuller realization of who we are, and how we fit into this world, we can make more accurate judgements about the kind of things we can offer the world from our contribution to it, and we can also better understand the kind of things we wish to take from this world and its societies and institutions, and where we more appropriately belong. Mankind and society is diverse, full of multicultural realities, and there are so many things we can join and become part of, more than just our family. Usually wisdom teaches us to affiliate with our own kind, with those who share our attitudes and beliefs and ways of life and traditions, and that wisdom remains true. Often it is good to get involved with local clubs and associations near where we live, to join in groups which pursue activities we enjoy, and with religious groups who have beliefs similar to our own. Often it is true that a duck out of water doesn't really get along very well with the world, so when we learn the kind of duck we are as people, best to find the right kind of water were we can swim, to use an analogy. Some institutions we might covet and wish we could belong to, and some of those aspirations are realistic, and sometimes we might wish to belong to something which might not really want to know us at all. It takes experience and patience in life to know where we really fit in the world, and it is not always for the best to try and join in on something if the kind of people do not represent your own lifestyle affirmations, and if conflict can result. If it aint working for you sometimes it is just for the best to move on and find where it does work. Fitting into this crazy big world of human society is challenging, even for the most gifted of us, and sometimes it is the most gifted of us who have the most difficulty fitting in anyway. Sometimes it can be us ourselves who make those contributions and start groups and clubs and associations to gather together like-minded people, and there is a lot of wisdom in being in charge of projects as we get to do it our way in what works best for us. Accommodating others, though, in such groups, well that is the secret of success, isn't it? All of that takes time, learning and experience. And making sense of who we are and how we fit in this world takes time, learning and experience. And it rarely comes easily. Don't expect life to just magically work out. Usually its suffering, and finding your place in the world can often take a lifetime. Stick to it, though, trust in the Lord, and hopefully it will all work out in the end.

In finding this meaning and purpose in life, what to do with it all, usually the deepest part of our heart really just wants to belong. To know that we are cared for and that we matter. Our own family, being parents, is often the ultimate result of the trials of youth, and forming our own dynasty. That is when we become the mothers and fathers of society, and can smile out our children when they go through their growing pains, knowing the kind of struggles we ourselves went through on, usually, exactly the same types of issues. Belonging – when we have learned how to get along with the world, and what it is all about, and learning to find something useful to do with it to occupy ourselves – that is when the big picture starts making better and better sense, and the ultimate result is that we get a sense of fulfillment and purpose, and find what most people are really struggling to find in the end anyway. Happiness. Good luck.


An epistle from St Daniel of 7DF

To Jesus of Nazareth and his followers

To Jesus, in the name of our God and Father, holy Yahweh, Lord of all the Servants of his Holy Covenant.

Peace be with you.

I am reminded, again, that the man of pride and arrogance has little goodness in his future. This son of Belial, who we may well wish would repent, to whom we may be tempted to throw an odd pearl of wisdom, is best left to his own devices, marked down as one to whom trouble will likely come, and when it inevitably does, remember the lesson you have learned in watching his downfall. When said tempests are in our own family, our very flesh and blood even, the heart grieves. Would you have him repent? A silent witness is often effective, but sometimes a fist in the pricks face might just get the message across, with a few choice words on the temperature of hell thrown in as well. In all such circumstances it is best remembered that the brothers from the flock accompanying thee is always a good idea, as there is certainly strength in numbers, and the oft wounded weak oft become the strong, and can lay forth many tongue lashings from years of built up frustrations with the strength of the flock's support. Rebuke away by all means. Only his pride can suffer.

My brother, Jesus, I share this prayer with you and your followers.

'To you dear Lord my God I pray,

direct my paths throughout this day,

and keep my life away from strife,

as You guide me along the way.'

Peace be with you.


An epistle from St Daniel of 7DF

To Followers of the 7 Laws of Noah

Peace be with you.

I am reminded, again, that the inherent worth of the 7 laws of Noah, as actual divine principles of Torah Monotheism, are sound, wise and true. That these are foundational principles of a life lived for Almighty God, following in his ways, and that they are spiritual truths. That these laws are sound laws and good laws, and a life is not led astray in following this wisdom. Yet I am also reminded that this law code is of the invention of the Pharisees, and that in true Karaite tradition we, as Karaite Noahides, do not advocate that one should follow the Talmudic way of life in the belief that it is an oral law from the time of Moses, because building on a lie only ultimately corrupts. When a follower of the 7 laws of Noah has the strength of Torah truth to acknowledge the true human origin of the formulation of this code, naturally knowing that these are Torah laws of course, but that the construct of the system is human in origin, and not originating historically to the time of Adam through Noah – when a follower of the 7 laws comes to this realization and understanding of the truth, and commits to following the 7 laws because he or she has judged the soundness of the 7 laws as a way of life – when such a a follower commits to the 7 laws OF THEIR OWN COGNISANCE then we acknowledge, then, and only then, the genuine validity of their Noahide way of life. There is nothing wrong with the Phariseical Noahide code terribly much as a chosen religion to follow, because one agrees with the sensibility of these 7 laws as a decalogue of sorts for Noahides. But following them because one believes they are divine in origin from a mythical oral law, that much we do dispute, and believe it will decay a life in time because of the fact that it is not the truth of the historicity of the faith of Adam through Noah. Following the religion of Noah is wise and mankind should do it. But it is more accurately followed in the Rainbow Torah (Genesis 1:1 – 11:9), and when the truth is properly acknowledged, then the utilization of teachings and texts on the Talmudic Noahide code becomes more acceptable and valid. A decapitation policy for violating all 7 of the laws of Noah, for things like theft and partaking of the limb of a living creature, as they teach, and for failing to establish courts of law to teach the Noahide code – on these particular issues we find the ultimate punishment of the death penalty, frankly, a little ridiculous, and inconsistent with the written Torah anyway. Yet, for blasphemy, idolatry, certain sexual immoral behaviours and murder, the death penalty can be utilized within reason and careful judgment. Ultimately Karaite Noahide is not attempting to be at odds with the Talmudic Noahide movement. We want the truth proclaimed more than anything else on this issue, so we make this letter known to those who read it amongst the Talmudic Noahide community and wish them godspeed and a happy and blessed life.

Peace be with you.







Psalm 1

Praise God

God is a benevolent lord of Mercy.

God is a benevolent bestower of grace and wisdom.

God is a benevolent teacher of righteousness and truth.

God is a benevolent father and God.

God, help me to find my place in your kingdom, the Kingdom of the Most High.

Help me to find purpose and meaning.

Help me to find success and happiness, joy, peace and love.

Bless me, bless my family and people, and help me to follow you eternally.

Praise God


Psalm 2

Lord God Most High

Bless Europe, I pray

Bless Africa, I pray

Bless Asia, I pray

Bless North America, I pray

Bless South America, I pray

Bless Australia, I pray

Bless Antarctica, I pray

Bless Planet Earth, I pray

Bless Heaven, I pray

Bless your children in the world, your servants, your followers

Teach us to repent

Teach us to serve lawfulness

And teach us success

Now and Forever, We Pray



Psalm 3

The Mysteries of the Heart

The Mysteries of the Soul

Lie in a pattern of the eternal

A pattern crafted in eternity

Woven into the destiny of mankind

Through the wisdom of the Eternal Mind

The Eternal Love


The Mysteries of the Heart

The Mysteries of the Soul

Lie in a pattern of life

A pattern crafted in eternity

Woven into the destiny of mankind

Through the wisdom of the Eternal Mind

The Eternal Love


The Mysteries of the Heart

The Mysteries of the soul

Lie in a pattern of love

A pattern crafted in eternity

Woven into the destiny of mankind

Through the wisdom of the Eternal Mind

The Eternal Love


The Mysteries of the Heart

The Mysteries of the soul

Lie in a pattern of eternal clouds

High above us were God dwells

Showing forth the glory of creation

With the Sun and Moon and Stars

Which bring glory to humble man

When he considers the handiwork

Of the Eternal Mind

The Eternal Love


Psalm 4

Peace flows like a river

From the throne of the Almighty

It flows into the world

And sets the people free

It flows into heart and minds, souls and spirits

Dried and withered like a desert

And sets them free from their anguish and anxieties

And sets them free from the anger of their own hearts

Peace flows from God

Greater than our own ability to resist

And gives us the strength we do not have ourselves

From the grace of God Most High

Yet harden not your hearts

Harden not your souls

For many have known the peace of mother’s love and fathers care

To only go astray

And fall from grace

To the reign of darkness

This day

Open your heart

Open your soul

So peace may flow into your life

An unending river of tranquillity

Redeeming your hope

Redeeming your faith

Redeeming your love


Psalm 5

Dark Love

Dark Hearts

Dark Fire

Dark passions unending

The Twilight of the Soul

The Eternal Kiss of Night

Shaded from the Power of Brother Sun

By the Cool Embrace of Sister Moon

God’s time of rest

God’s perfect creation

First Half of Day

The Eternal Kiss of Night

Psalm 6

Let truth enter my mind, God, and shape me to be fit for life

Let truth enter my mind, God, and mould me to avoid strife

Let truth enter my mind, God, and bring me to the end of foolery

Let truth enter my mind, God, and bring me no profit from usury

Let truth enter my mind, God, and challenge my lies and deceits

Let truth enter my mind, God, and challenge my pride and conceit

Let truth enter my mind, God, and help me speak honest words

Let truth enter my mind, God, and help me avoid things absurd

Let truth enter my mind, God, and teach me to think upon knowledge divine

Let truth enter my mind, God, and teach me to drink only spiritual wine

Let truth enter my mind, God, and guide my ways of initiative

Let truth enter my mind, God, and guide me away from the negative

Let truth enter my mind, God, and sanctify my thoughts to right and correct

Let truth enter my mind, God, and sanctify me so that evil I reject

Let truth enter my mind, God, and guide me in the way to never lie

Let truth enter my mind, God, and guide me in the way of the Assembly of the Most High

Psalm 7

The Most High's Mind

Cosmically Divine

The Most High's Knowledge

Eternal for all Time

We live our life, we walk our walk

And not always do we see

The path of God that we should take

Throughout eternity

Lord God guide me

Direct my path each day

Help me forsake the pride of life

As you lead me on the way

Psalm 8

Peace be in my heart

Peace be in my soul

Peace when I am young

Peace when I am old

Peace upon my neighbours

Peace upon my kin

Peace be with all godfearing folk

To quench the wrath of sin

God Almighty teaches peace

An end to war and strife

May God's peace reign this very day

And each day of my life


Psalm 9

Who says its easy walking with God?

Not me. It has not been easy. It never really has.

There have been lots of hard times. Walking with God.

There have been lots of frustrations. Walking with God.

He's a hard Lord. Apparently fair.

He likes to rebuke. He says that he cares.

I believe him not. I tell him so.

But in the end, I probably know.

God teaches lawfulness, and will guide your life.

He'll keep it from trouble. He'll keep it from strife.

Don't expect it easy. Tough times they come.

But God is probably fair in the end.

Even after he has given you some.

Who says its easy walking with God?

Not me. Never have. Never will.

But in the hard times, at the end I do recall,

God probably cares somewhat still.

He's a hard lord. And is probably fair in the end.

He doesn't always rebuke. He does give time to mend.

In the end I'll keep the faith. In the end loyal I will stay.

Because God is still the Most High King, each and every day.


Psalm 10

I am young. I know it all. God make me humble. Or I will fall.

Into sin. Into disgrace. I'll boast of my strength. I'll lose my place.

In heaven above, as I think I know best. I think I'm right, that I pass every test.

I am young. With sins of wild youth. God help me mature, till I grow in more truth.

I am middle aged. I'm starting to learn. I know right from wrong, from some sins which have burned.

Burned out my pride, from lust of dim youth. Scolded my ways, till I learned better truth.

In heaven above, I hope I'm starting to earn, a place for my soul, when it comes to my turn.

For I am middle aged, with much yet to discover, of the mysteries of life, till heaven's my lover.

I am old. I have walked in the way. I've learned to be humble. I've learned not to stray.

Sin I have left, and learned of God's grace. In his strength I'll boast, as he gives me a place.

In heaven above, for I know God knows best. By trusting in him I have passed life's great test.

I am old, with sins of wild youth, now left far behind me, as I've learned much of God's truth.



Sermon One – The Glory Upon High

The Most High God. That is who we come to celebrate and worship. El Elyon – God Most High. I guess, the idea is simple enough. When it all comes down to it, the most exalted and venerated of beings in existence is God. The Lord of Glory upon High. That is who we recognize. That is who we pay homage to. But, when it comes right down to it, what's in it for us? What is the pay off for all our personal soul-searching service to the one exalted far above all others? What is our reward? It doesn't necessarily manifest straight away, because God is patient and enjoys committed and genuine loyalty before he invests. And you may have felt you have made all the pledges under the sun, and still life continues on in its mundane unblessed pathways. But you can't fool God, who searches out the secrets of our heart and soul, and until you truly commit to him and his service, which involves following the rules of the Rainbow Torah and walking in ongoing holiness before God, why would you imagine that he will bless you and call you his beloved otherwise. God need the real McCoy – not a fly by night. So much of the reward, anyway, is found in his kingdom, being part of it, and having access to godly people who will only help you in your life, pray for you and guide you on the road they are also treading to have happy, prosperous, and blessed lives. So much of the rewards is already found in the repentant hearts of the Assembly of the Most High, those souls filled will love, joy and good cheer, who just make you happy being around and who just make you happy when you are in their presence. For that is a fruit of the faith we strive for – happy and content souls, who shine the glory and love of the One seated on the Glory upon high.

Your reward comes in time through service and fidelity, and often before times anyway. But your fidelity and commitment are key factors in the realities God is looking for in your soul which measure how prepared he is to get to know you and how prepared he is to invest his spirit and prosperity into your life. So, in all the glory you desire, in all the wealth and happiness you want, in all the Glory Upon High that you would also have for yourself, remember it doesn't come easy and is found through genuine commitment to God and his rule of law and service. Any other way than total commitment simply falls short and any such commitments less than genuine will only give shallow and temporary rewards, befitting the effort or lack of for which they were gained.

Serve properly, serve truly, serve genuinely, and God will richly lavish his favours upon you in the fullness of time, your testing being complete. AMEN.

Sermon Two – Practical Faith

A religion is a religion is a religion is a religion. When all is said and done, the kosher ones (for want of a better word) all serve mostly the same purpose. The sanctifying of the soul to make them, I guess, more amenable to God and man. 7DF is meant to be more than a religion of paradigms – a religion of viewpoints – a religion of axioms. It is more than a guiding philosophy which influences your thoughts and choices of behviour – it is meant to be a religion with practical results associated with it. Or so I have envisaged as its founder. A religion doesn't have to do that, not necessarily. It can just be about keeping basic rules of right versus wrong behaviour, but the Kingdom of Noah, the Kingdom of God, needs as well those aspects associated with it which stand out in the real world and accomplish things in the real world. Not all of us are go-getters, world beaters, Olympians of Glory, Medallions of Valour. Some of us are far more ordinary in comparison, myself included. But all of us, in time, can rise somewhat in life with experience and knowledge. All of us can improve ourselves and, in that improvement, desire a bit better for our personal situation. And my hope is that Assembly of the Most High, amongst each of the Seven Divine Fellowships, can help its members achieve just that – its hopes, dreams and aspirations. The spiritual food we feed our congregations are foodstuffs of ancient value and understanding. The oldest religion of mankind, the divine religion, the religion of the Rainbow Covenant. On this we are founded and build our eternal fortunes, for it is an everlasting covenant which does not fluctuate with the seasons. What I want to, as head pastor, is bring to this fellowship, and in particular Assembly of the Most High through this sermon, is a sense that there are practical things we can do in life which can also further our situation, practical things which we often know ourselves, but which religions sometimes does not always make completely apparent. At least in my experience anyway. Growing up Catholic I knew you had to, in the end, get a job and seek a family and make something of your life. But the tools for achieving this, the success principles, were not always focused upon in a great way by my own family. But fair is fair, the Catholic school I was brought up in did give me the very necessary education vital for success in life. Potters House, though, in its own way, did more. They are a hands on church, which focuses you on your career in a big way, and following divine principles to access the prosperity available from God for proper service. And its perhaps those practical things I want to focus on. Good reputations, good skills, good qualifications, good experiences. A good name. That is the hallmark and the foundation for all success in life, and those things, while we sort of intuitively know that that is what it is all about, we don't always focus on for the betterment of our life situation. A lot of the time, we may have great qualifications, but with a bad reputation of slovenliness or a poor attitude, nobody will employ us. Conversely, we may be the most spiffing person under God's Creation, but with no hard work in studies, how can we do our job properly? And even with both, if we don't have some hand's on experience in relevant work situations, what can we offer a firm who needs us to get up and go with a project straight off the bat. Success in life spiritually has a point and purpose, and that is mainly one of providing one of those key details for our employer – a good name. But Assembly of the Most High values its members, and we want you to know that there is a focus in life which can also gain you other practical aspects necessary for achieving the dreams and aspirations of your heart. It is about knowledge, relevant knowledge and valuable knowledge, knowledge which has been studied, pondered and evaluated and taken into the thoughts and understandings of our mind. It is knowledge, often expressed through a scholastic education certificate, which shows to the world that we are not only an upright and outstanding hell of a guy or gal, but that we have something within our wisdom to offer the world and help contribute to the successful running of our society. In Assembly of the Most High in our heavenly libraries of books, with the rights I as the founder of this faith have been granted by God, lie our own choices of knowledge, our own scrolls and books of information, which are the data piles of academia our memberships can study to further their own careers and aspirations. We must have, and I am hoping by now is a reality, that AOTMH has schools and universities were our information obtained is studied, considered and taught as well, and that we can, through this, develop our own institutions of success in the real world and, with decent qualifications of practical knowledge, add our own institutions of achievement and work to a world which relies on peoples and associations which can get the job done. Assembly of the Most High lives in the real world also. The pastoral system of AOTMH is there for you – to pray for you, encourage you and guide you and teach you. And they are also there to help you focus on a career, ultimately, and a way of life which will lead you to the ultimate destination of personal fulfilment and satisfaction in a full and active life, one worth living, which also contributes to the real world in an authentic and practical way. We are not just a fantasy – we are not just a religious humdrum. We live in the real world and face its real problems and we assist our members and all parts of our body and those others of 7DF to achieve success, and happiness and achievement in life, which is for the betterment of our selves and to bring joy, happiness and consolation to an eternity before us which needs succour and nourishment from the choices of wisdom which have built its firm foundations. AMEN.

Sermon Three – Motivations in forming 7DF

I know, its all been done before. But when it becomes kind of obvious in your faith that Jesus is not A) God or B) Christ, and if you don't really want to be Jewish, then following Noahide Faith is about your only real option if you want the truth. And because it becomes further apparent that the Pharisees invented the 7 laws of Noah religion, which is ok, but its not ok pretending it goes back to Noah which is a fundamental lie, I don't have much choice other than developing the Karaite Noahide faith concept and, in writing out the psalms and sermons and other teachings of the 7 Rainbow Bibles, doing that simple thing of just trying to follow the right religion with God, which was the whole point in the first place. Just trying to get it right, really. I didn't have much choice in the way God fashioned my life, heart and choices, and understanding of the truth. Just gotta do it. Oh, and I make it pretty clear who is developing this faith and the origin of this faith throughout the Rainbow Bibles. There is no trite teaching that it originates at the time of Noah, apart from the scripture history itself of Genesis 1:1-11:9, that is. Within the Karaite Abrahamism Associative-Denomination of 5DF (The Universal Truth Assembly), there is a far clearer delineation now in its potential membership, which can include Jewish Members and Unitarian Christians and Muslims and Bahai. A Karaite Noahide faith which far more greatly utilises the rest of the Tanakh beyond Genesis 1:1 - 11:9 (which we call the Rainbow Torah) is definitely available and promoted within this denomination of 5DF-UTA. 7DF has 7 Fellowships, each with a unique Rainbow Bible for them. I have spent the last half a dozen years or so developing core Noahide ideas into writings, which I now call bibles, the purpose being to simply teach God's religion to Mankind for those who believe in God but don't believe in Jesus, don't want to be Jewish, and want to follow the Oldest of God's religions for man, which is the Noahide Covenantal faith of the Hebrew Bible. It's not complex what I am doing, resonates with the simple religious desires in the heart of man, and my hope is that it builds an eternal legacy and an eternal congregation which satisfies the demands of God for a faithful and god-fearing people who call upon his name and who walk in the pathways of holiness.

Sermon Four – Entertaining Interactivity

I live, currently, in Australia, on planet Earth (not heaven) in the 21st century of the either the Christian Era calendar or the Common Era calendar. I live in a world were TV entertainment proliferates. On TV currently in Australia (2014 CE) there are a host of FREEVIEW channels, all offering entertaining viewing to keep people in Australia happy and occupied in their abundant free time. We have a standard working day for many of our citizens, here in Australia, approximating 9 to 5, as the song goes, although there are a heck of a lot of part-time, casual and other types of employment as well as unemployed, pensioners and disabled, all meaning TV is a 24 hour reality, and the entertainment and media industries of Television (as well as other spheres of media entertainment) on non stop duty. There is a hell of a lot of work being done in such industries now, not only in Australia, but worldwide. And with the Internet, were on places like Youtube, every Tom, Dick and Harriet can become a superstar through individual effort of promoting something which people might like to watch, the best of these becoming a 'Viral' video, everything is go go go at Channel Entertainment. And that is part of life, which the ancients had also, in their own simpler ways, in all honesty, gathered in the parlour chamber to play cards or knit or chat or the other things they did for entertainment. And that is part of life, when we have done the necessary things to gain our payday cheque, relaxing, having a nice meal, and sitting down in front of the box to enjoy Prime Time TV. And, for a lot of us, that is what we do a heck of a lot of the time anyway. And its a good thing as well. Entertaining Interactivity should really definitely be a focus for members of the Seven Divine Fellowships. Getting involved with something which provides happiness and helps pass the time is definitely something to put in place in your life because if it is all serious all the time, dull work means dull boy. We need to often lighten up. We need to often have a good time and go with the flow. Not to the state of acting in decadence, but when we can have a good time, and enjoy the happy and entertaining things of life, that is definitely a good thing. Shows like X Factor, or My Kitchen Rules, or Master Kitchen, or The Voice, or Australia's Got Talent or Dancing with the Stars or any of the endless variety of interactive shows, as well as Quiz shows, or simply getting involved with acting to star in a Sit-Com or serious drama, or a news reporter, or whatever – whatever it is in the Media, both on TV or Radio or Internet or wherever, these things really are, now, an essential part of a comprehensive and happening lifestyle. They are good things. They are not things of the devil, to be shunned and put aside as Babylonian Prides, but things of life and happiness which have a perfect and good place in society and any godfearing Noahide home. As said, don't get carried away with this stuff, and if the behaviours start transgressing biblical teachings in a major way, you should be the first to pull the plug – literally. But for most of these type of shows, especially at the moment in somewhere like Australia, quality viewing is a delightful reward for our daily struggles. It is fun, uplifting and a proper part of our social understanding. Members of 7DF can and should get involved with these sorts of activities when and were we can, and, further, we should create our own such similar projects also when and were we can. We don't dwell on evil, we don't dwell on darkness, but we can and should do positive things in the field of entertainment because they add happiness and joy and embellish even further this living experience that our Great God Upon High created us to enjoy in the first place. AMEN.

Sermon Five – Charisma Versus Cheek

Perhaps it can indeed be a fine line at times, when your new boyfriend or girlfriend starts exhibiting behaviour which turn the lovely smile and laugh you noticed into a little bit more of a mocking grin and sadistic laugh, or when your new bestie starts retelling an event at work or lunch or something, and they chuckle a little bit too much about a misfortune on someone or a practical joke gone a little astray, or perhaps it is the new member of your social group, who seemed bright and full of vitality but, recently, so you have noticed, they tend to be the ones responsible for all the complaints in the group and endlessly annoying and bugging accusations are labelled against them. It is that point, that you have noticed, when the charisma you had beheld, which seemed so joyous and welcome and truly manly or feminine turns out to be just another in the long line of jerks or bitches you have grown all to accustomed to. Charisma is great, but so many play all their wild joker cards at once, expecting to win every game, and the joke becomes nothing but unbearably predictable cheek after a while and, in the end, really quite boring and offensive. Really, all of us need to know when to call it a day. In the Chronicles of the Children of Destiny, Callodyn and Daniel are often the bane of the long-suffering Ambriel, who is endlessly patient and of good heart. But even Ambriel has his limits. Hopefully, though, Callodyn and Daniel, when it all comes down to it, are not too cheeky, but retain a sense of that charisma in the human person which we can actually appreciate and not grow sick of in its banal repetitious lewdities. Everyone needs to know when enough is enough, and when to draw right back away from the line they may have crossed years ago, especially when the rebukes are becoming more and more apparent, and learn to have a little softer a laugh, a little kinder a mock and a little more humane a jest at someone else’s expense. Try genuine charm. Thoughtful charm. One which you really do care for the other person, and are not simply out cruising to take them out and remain leader of the pack. You need to know when to leave a joke as a joke, and walk on the softer side of life, not so caught up with who is the victim of the prank of the day. Genuine charisma is lovely in a person, and we don't always need to be dry and coarse vessels of strictness and purity to impress. Sometimes, as much as we like the serious side, that can be just as offputting as well. Its about a balance, a lot of the time, for a lot of souls, and often, if you can, having the right souls to act as your foil of sorts, and be that counter-balance which puts it aright, can be exactly what you need to ensure the gentle gaiety of life remains just that – gentle. The class comedian is a lot of fun, but we don't want them around all the time. We want the gentle soul, the thoughtful soul, the one who can crack a joke which is timely and polite, but which can and does draw our attention to the sillier and lighter side of life. Sure, the company of Azrael and Cosadriel is endless fun, but even they need their days off to relax and just be themselves. Charisma, yes, and charm, ok, but keep the cheek under control, and even some cheek, on rare occasions, does bring a smile. But balance the humour out in life, not to any great extreme of the scales either way, and you will find a happier and more content aspect of your living experiences also under control.

Sermon Six – The Wealth of the Members of the Seven Divine Fellowships

The Spirit of God likes to test and to try you, and will sometimes speak things to you to see what is in your heart, even if those things are not completely true. It is the way the sifting of God Almighty works. Yet the spirit has said to me, which is apparently true, that in a monotheism which is legal before the throne of God, the iconoclastic head of the movement grants unto its membership and followers certain intrinsic rights the iconoclastic leader himself owns. And from what the Spirit has made clear to me, the rewards of earthly servants to God in their heavenly afterworld includes the things they have owned and other things they have utilized in their living years on earth. What does that mean? According to the Spirit of God, as 7DF crosses datelines and cultures, all the way back to Adam and Eve were, apparently, in Eden we have memberships in the heavenlies, the rights of 7DF members who are committed and full members of 7DF throughout the generations of mankind's worlds in heaven, also include the rights to access their own copies and usages of the rights I myself have attained, since coming to faith as a Karaite Noahide in 1999, which has been backdated for the decade of the 90s, thus 1990 being the starting point of such a reckoning. 7DF members can purchase, depending on their own degrees of righteousness as judged by God, the corresponding things of goods and services I myself have purchased since the early part of my 17th year. It seems to fluctuate, the percentage of my goods and things they can own, through purchasing their own copies of these items from the relevant stores of my own purchase, modified by God were appropriate, but, in general, a righteous and godfearing member of 7DF has a whole host of modern, 20th and 21st century items available to them for the embellishment of their living experiences. Abraham affords this right for Israel. Jesus affords this right for the church. Mohammed affords this right for Islam. I afford this right for members of the entire Karaite Noahide community, so God tells me. Earth has offered up no established equivalent apart from myself.

It will take time and, quite seriously, literally millions of years for certain items. But its eternal life we are talking about, so learn a little patience. It will all be worth the wait in the end. AMEN.

Sermon Seven – Calm and Sedate Waters

Rapids. Rivers are full of them. Rocks jut out, boats go awry on them, water rises up and splashes everywhere, a chaotic scene, especially the big ones. Life, it can seem, often has rapids in it. When you have been steadily going along, especially in the calm waters of youth, and suddenly reality hits, the teenage years often, and you are caught up in an ongoing series of rapids, life turbulent events, which make it a challenge each and every day just to get through it all and make sense of it all. And, voila, after a lovely night's rest and recuperation, ready to face another day, the challenges come along again, hit you between the eyes, and remind you that you are really not cut out for this thing called life by any means. Best quit, buster, cause we are taking you out at the next crossroads one way or another, your personal demon's often remind you. Come on, how on earth are we to make sense of it all and why is it all happening to me? Life is not always rapids and, as ironic as it might one day sound, one day you will miss those rapids and even crave them from time to time. Oh, to have a challenge, you might say later on in life. But, usually, the whole point of life's rapids, the challenges it sends upon you for you to work it all out and find a prosperity life plan is just that – to work it all out and find a prosperity life plan. Some sort of solution to the woes of life's difficulties which will get you through the whole mess. Some sort of wonderful solution to life's enigmatic and eternal mysteries of suffering and hardship. Life always has its solutions to your present predicament, and often we are just too damn lazy and comfortable with our situation to bother seriously doing anything to change it. Who can we blame but ourselves in the end for our own lack of fortunes? Yes, we usually have a good idea of what to do and, if you don't, hit the prayer room, hit the Rainbow Bible of your fellowship, chat it up with the pastor or reverend of your congregation, or seek advice from a life counsellor and mentor and you will usually get pointed in, if not the right direction, a direction which will at least get you going in a promising direction. But, when you do face up to these challenges, and all your misfortunes; when you do face up to life's difficulties and all your woes; when you really get on with the job and start to work it all out, and much better sooner than painful later, you will inevitably come across those points in life were, funnily enough, when you have finally learned to deal with the problems and challenges of life well enough, are well enough informed and advised on the peculiar challenges relevant to your own lifestyle, and are getting through the day happily enough, calmer and sedate waters often can and do arise. Things have worked themselves out, and a lifeplan in which those dreams of prosperity and fortune you once adulated in your heart have actually, now, finally arised, you come into that part of the plan of God for his followers who remain faithful were it is all smooth sailing, gentle and merry meandering down the humdrum of life's pleasant concourses, and peaceful harbours and resting points, were you are anchored soundly and securely to a harbour of peace, grace, fortune and love.

And when you finally find those calm and sedate waters, never forget just how much suffering you went through to finally reach your beautiful destination. AMEN.

Sermon Eight – Honesty

You want to lie, and you let yourself fall into temptation and, before you know it, you are spinning a fine yarn of brilliant accomplishments you have done, and people are amazed, but it is all untrue. You are not telling the truth. Later, people start asking questions and they learn facts and, after a while, they see through you. You are just a charlatan. A vain and proud boaster of deeds undone. You are not what you claim to be. You are fake. And you have lost a goodly portion of your good name. Ok, lies never really profit people in the end, because they are often found out and, besides, its hell on your conscience. Lies teach people a simple truth – you can't be trusted very much. If they need to rely on you to get something done, and you are a known liar, how can they really trust you? And they might have need of you. Lies ruin a soul and, often, so entrenched in fabulous yarns, the sinner forgets themselves and just goes on blithely making things up, thinking themselves clever – but it is sin, and will be found out. What, you don't consider that everyone thinks badly of you behind your back and, as time has passed, more and more people want to have less and less to do with you. I mean, come on. You'll be lying about them after a while, and they don't want their own reputation ruined by your clever imagination. Lying is not cool. Lying, in fact, is very uncool. It is not the sign of someone who can be relied upon, but the sign of corruption. And, especially in business, and more formal things like elderships and politics, a liar can never really be trusted to rule for the people with the best of intentions. Don't lie. Be honest. Tell the truth. Even if it hurts, and you worry about what people will say if the truth becomes known, bite the bullet and remain true. Don't lie. And white lies? In time, if you justify them, they can often lead to black lies. So better not to say anything at all, make a no comment, and don't even tell little white lies, because it really can set a bad precedent in your life. All areas of life really need honesty. Books need to tell honest facts to people who are studying that information who need to rely on that information for the truth about what they need to get done. If its full of lies and errors, who can people accomplish what they are trying to accomplish? They can't. We need honest. Society needs accurate information. And lies need to be repented of and dug out of your character if they have taken hold, because it is only a sinner you will be called in the end if your mouth only ever utters fancy tale after endless fancy tell. Tell the truth, ok. Kapiche.

Sermon Nine - Associations

Associations. People in our lives. Family. Work colleagues. Friends. Acquaintances in general. Our life is bereft with associations and, in those associations, we often find our comfort and regularity of life, for they define us in many ways, for they are the touchstones of our existence, through which we interact and find our social expressionism. But not all associations are wise, even if we wish the best for people. Some people, some folks, have made choices, especially in youth, which affect their ultimate destiny. Because such choices, when the fairy floss faith finally dies, emerge in the habits of their lives in actions and words which are not, ultimately, beneficial. They are sin. Choices of sin shaped by the ultimate decision of the person to do what they want to do and not listen to the sound advice of moral law. And when that sin emerges, which might seem perfectly innocent or just a little fun from your bestie to start with, be warned again. Not all associations are wise, even if we wish the best for people. Associations are how we live in this world and find our friendships and happiness. They play a fundamental and crucial role in how we get along and conduct our affairs. So, because of this, and if and when eternal life is your intent, you really need to take time to sit down, have a good long and hard look at it all, and start questioning whether 'Free Lovin' Dick' down the road, or 'Slutty Sally' across the street, are really the best 'Swingers in town' to have that risque friendship with that you have enjoyed and maintained for a while. Wise up. Start looking at what people do in reality and make that awful moment happen, which you hate, but which is necessary, that fundamental point were you make a character judgement on another living soul and ask yourself this – 'Do they really have the focus on the requirements of eternal life in their conduct?' Really, think very long and hard about that and nut it right down the absolute truth of the question. If they don't and it looks like they are just gonna fall short one of these days of 'Makin it', then perhaps, as much as many might want to call you a bigoted hypocrite, perhaps it is just time to pack your bags, write out that last 'Dear Joe' letter, and move on with your social group, update your friends list, and let the baggage go which will just, ultimately, drag you down to the very dregs of the pit of Sheol when all is said and done. Get over it. Drop the sinner. Live again. Associations are important, and they are the biggest influence on our everyday thinking apart from, usually, core beliefs of how it all works. Yet for the eternity ahead there are testings of faith, and one of the crucial and most important testings of faith is when you have listened long enough to the advice of the spirit of God and, when he has said to you that 'I really don't think this thing you have got going with Ms SummerLovin is quite gonna work out', you finally agree, get the point, and make the change to a better focus of a more spiritual community. Choose associations wisely and, when you have eternity in your focus, move on to the communities who are dedicated to that eternity – search for them – and then you will start find the beginnings of a life which, until now, you might not quite of realized was on a hiatus due to the anxieties felt of suddenly losing 'this soul' or 'that soul' from the list of your best and fairest. Wise up.

Sermon Ten – Sanctification

Being sanctified is the process in which the Spirit of Yahweh, the Most High, works in your soul to make you saintly. To make you a better person. Sanctification inevitably involves suffering and sacrifice. Sacrifice is the part where you give up pleasures and more so – sinful hedonistic pleasures also. Sanctification begins when a faith encounter has usually occurred and a soul has sought out God or wants to know the meaning of it all. But it can begin earlier in souls who are simply trying to be good and decent persons, this being the time when God gets involves and gently leads you to knowledge of himself. See, God is always there, watching, waiting to see if a soul really wants to know him, to know if he really does exist and when that soul is humble on this issue and teachable, God puts a yoke of gentle love on his or her heart, and leads them softly through life, teaching them lessons, indeed even then making them holy and sanctifying them until they are ready to admit their need for him and ready to acknowledge God really does exist. True sanctification involves studying holy teaching and lessons of moral truth, and doing your best to apply these truths to your life. It is in seeing godly and decent examples and, inspired by them, attempting to emulate their examples in your own life and conduct. It is taking inspiration from a poem, or an analogy or an encounter in life, or just a gentle word from a friend, and finding something in that message which wants to make you a better person and which you want to respond to by being a better person. It is becoming holy. All the purpose of sanctification is to make you like the God whose image you are made in and the primary quality of God is that he is holy. Sanctification is the job of getting that done. It is never really easy, and so many of us are stubborn and unyielding, never really wanting to abandon comfortable lifestyle choices and attitudes we have grown accustomed to. But those choices, inevitably, have to be made, because we can't walk with God and just lie their on the couch uncaring forever. When you are being sanctified you will be led into the process of making decisions and choices, these things shaping your character, and the wiser you are, and the more knowledge of moral truths lie within you, the better those choices will be, and the more saintly you will inevitably become. We can't, in the end, really hide our true selves, our heart and our nature, from those around us. It is often as plain as day who we truly are. The best advice, though, is that if you suffer from a reputation and image in life which you are not happy, engage with God in prayer, submission and repentance, and begin that path of sanctification which, in the end, will make you a better, happier and more complete person and child of God. Amen.

Sermon Eleven - Acquisition

One of the purposes of life is acquisition. Acquisition of goods and services and, in general, access rights to things. In the Noahide tradition, from what has been taught me by the Spirit, it seems to be a general truth that life on earth is the foundation and template for eternity in heaven. And that, for the eternity in heaven, you must acquire your goods, services, and access rights to visit places, talk to people, and join communities, in this physical earthly worldly life on earth. This is it. What you acquire in life on earth is what you acquire for eternity. One thing you must know is this – you can't con or cheat God, and just owning the item doesn't mean its been earned. For everything you gain in life there will have to be works to make you responsible enough to own that item or right for eternity. It is not simply a given. And, to learn responsibility, good works are usually a very good method, but the best of all is to study, for Noahides, the Rainbow Torah and, for our own community of the Advancing Noah Movement, the Rainbow Bible teachings on morality and laws. The more familiar you are with the Kingdom of Noah Torah, for example, and the more you practice the laws of righteousness contained therein, the more you study it and apply it to your life, the greater your blessing will be in this life. As Noahides, we do know that the people of Israel have a Torah also, and while in 7DF we do not teach that you should necessarily obey the laws of Israel's Torah, it can also be read and through study of the Torah of Israel, God also can bless your life. We are not under the covenant of Israel, but we do have permission to also study the Hebrew Bible. It is not our main focus as Noahides, but it can be one of our focuses. In your years throughout life of acquiring things, there may possible come a time when you are largely sufficient and happy for your life. This is a natural thing. At this stage, you should not necessarily inhibit your desire to go on collecting and should gain more things if you wish to, but if you are content feel free and at peace to leave it at that, as it were. No, in the end, the whole point is not to acquire everything under the sun. Rather, acquire those things which make you happy and DO those things which make you happy and give you peace. Certainly, possessions can and normally are a big part of that, but it is usually best not to be too obsessive over collecting the stuff of life. Exercise your wisdom on whether you really need something or not. Sometimes it may even be better to have a slightly trimmer collection of life items, for they can be easier to manage and look after. But it is all up to you. In eternity it is understood by our movement that you receive what you acquire from this life, and the nature of the item, in heaven, is called 'Everlasting' but in our Noahide tradition we name it 'Eternya'. All that it means is that the product lasts eternally, in our faith and understanding. Acquisition is a natural part of life, and shouldn't really be avoided, and in the end it is good to own nice things. Unhealthy desire to gain things you probably shouldn't should probably be avoided, and you don't want to spend endless days going everywhere for everything. You probably know in your heart you only need so many things for eternity anyway. Be wise. Be sensible. And acquire things in life in a positive and normal way.

Sermon Twelve - Consistency

You could put it off. People often do. They find that they are caught up in something, but it becomes a bit difficult, and they don't have the inclination or the passion to bother at that time getting the job done. And some times the job really does need to be done. Patience is what you lack, and while at times you may exhibit some patience, success in life in the fields of endeavour doesn't come to someone who suddenly has a burst of patience to get on with the job, but slacks off again later on on another project, and loses a bit of their reputation, and things just don't get done when they need to be done. Consistency. Consistency in doing challenging things and maintaining the effort each time, every time, all the time, is very hard to do. Yet consistency in difficult and challenging things is one of the greatest hallmarks of true character. Easy things are easy, and it is not that hard to get out of bed each morning and get your breakfast. But getting to work every workday during the week, and getting there on time, and doing that, often, for an entire working career, is one of the real challenges in life. And to do so requires you to be consistent. Consistency is earned through practice and effort. In the end there is no real way of cheating on the challenges of life – you have to do the real required work to get the real required results. And for a life of work, or family raising, or club membership, or sporting team participation, or whatever it is that you want to commit to, you need consistency. The ability to stick at it, even when it is hard – especially when it is hard – and work through the challenges and work through the difficulties and consistently get the job done. A sense of personal honour works a lot in many people. They feel they have a good name and sense of status or identity which motivates them to reach a good level of performance each and every time. But some people are not caught up in that virtue, and instead they need to search in their hearts the questions like 'Do I think I can commit to this?' and 'Is this what I really want to do in life?'. If they are, you need to find a passion, a determination, an absolute commitment from within to stick to it, even when it is tough. Life is full of things which challenge the best of us. The real test of merit is how we handle those things. Some walk away, and run away, and hide behind mother's apron strings, and don't face down their demons, and just can't do what they might have claimed they could. They give in to weakness. But that is a purely natural part of everyone, really, and in the end you shouldn't be ashamed of being human. But, when its a family you have to support, or a charity which really needs your ongoing help, or a job for just your own sustenance, it is consistency in doing things properly each time which are a signal to employers and others in your area of competition that you have the right attitude and patience to endure in your chosen field of endeavour. Consistency. It means a lot in the end. The more you practice it and establish it in your character through facing difficulties, the better and stronger you become in so many ways. Adamides – Noahides – we really all should learn to try and be a bit more consistent with things.

Sermon Thirteen – The Importance of Genealogies

Genealogies transmit family history.  They are a link to our past, a past which helps us to understand where we came from.  The more information we have on our ancestry, the better we can understand the special family cultural identity we received at birth, and more perfectly understand our own special idiosyncrasies, sayings, and traditions which seem to come naturally, but are the product of genealogical breedings by our ancestry over countless generations, and by understanding this appreciate our place in the family tree, and gain further excitement at the prospect of creating a new link with our own children. Genealogies should be kept current for a relevant number of generations, and the early genealogies of mankind in its first few millions of years should always be kept by society.

Sermon Fourteen – Sin Leads to Eternal Death

Compromises. We make them all day long to get along with the world. We get invited to a wild party - we go because we don't want to look uncool. We don't want to stand out as different. Somebody offers us a joint. We accept it for the same reason - to fit in. Sometimes its not so much godly common sense which rules us, but our peers - and peer pressure. And those peers mould us by their views until we become 'cool' and 'acceptable'. The issue is these choices of compromise form our character. And if our character is formed to accept a whole host of questionable activities, generally, the end result of our life becomes just that - questionable. And in that questionable life their is usually a host of behaviours which have been labeled since Adam was a boy. And those labels are called 'Sins'. Sin is like Russian roulette - eventually its going to get you. Statistically inevitable. The only way to win? Never play the game. Repent of ALL your sinful behaviours. It's the only way to win at eternal life. The ONLY way. Sin leads to eternal death. It's the nature of the beast. Only in complete repentance will you find it - the secret of life eternal. Expect some grace in formative years. But only for a season and a time. After that, to live forever, commit to eternal holiness. Otherwise sheol awaits and the end of your eternity. AMEN.


 The Doctrine of Kindness

Do you know what it is like to suffer? It is not very pleasant, is it? Some other people suffer, you know. Trying to get through this life. Do you care about them? Their suffering? The crap they have to deal with in life?  You can't sacrifice forever. If you do, wisdom will step in and remind you of law, and look before you leap, and contract and truth. And rights. But your kindness and your sharing don't really ever have to end. They don't really cost you anything. A smile, a kind word, a hug for someone who has gotten to trust you and accept you. Don't embarrass them, though. But show you care. Be there - as a friend. As a confidante. Always tell them the truth, even when you may have betrayed them. Let them back into your heart if they have hurt you and are starting to get better. Be careful about wicked ones, but remember mercy when necessary. Its a tough job – judging all of that sort of stuff right. But you can always be kind regardless. Even if you don't really like them or what they represent, you can still be kind. Kindness - love - compassion - care - thoughtfulness – consideration. It is all pretty much the same stuff in the end. From a heart which has concern and good intentions towards people. Which wants good things for people. Kindness. Let it be a virtue you aim for. Let it be something you show others, and yourself. As they say - let love rule.

The Doctrine of Forethought

Look before you leap. Look ahead. Work out, before hand, when troubles could possibly come upon you. Why? It is better to be safe than a sorry old soul. A heart of wisdom is to be prepared for situations, when you have potentially hazardous encounters coming to you, it is important to use forethought and have an idea in mind how you will handle such situations, and the parameters of things which might possibly occur. It has been said that failure to prepare is preparation for failure, so unless you want to fall on your face in potential dangerous event, have some ideas in mind about what and what you will do if such and such occur. Forethought, prudent and diligent planning in your mind, or on paper, on how to act in the event of various things happening, is a well laid plan to be able to respond to potential hazards. Knowing how you should act, what you should say and the kind of behaviours you should exhibit. With experience forethought becomes easier, but you still always need to give consideration to things you are going to do, especially if you have warning signs in your head, or remember similar encounters when things didn't always go as planned. When going to a potentially dangerous place, or associating with people of questionable reputation, it helps to have a back up plan or idea of what you should do and can do should the worse occur. Especially things involving going on holidays far from home, away from your comfort zone, or to city and town places not frequented so often in your travels. Further, when using things which have a degree of hazard associated with them, not only must you follow proper guidelines, but be ready and know what to do in case of emergencies. Be prepared. It is the boyscouts motto. So have in your heart forethought and wise counsel to ensure you know what to do and how to react should the worse occur.

The Doctrine of Cleanliness

Being clean. Washing your body. Washing your clothes. Cleaning your teeth. Having good hygiene. Not smelling bad. Taking care of your toileting requirements. Seeking medical helps for diseases of the body and mind. Having pure thoughts and a moral heart, not corrupted by immorality, lasciviousness, hypocrisy and evil. Cleanliness, as they say, is next to godliness. But why be clean? It feels better after a shower or bath, doesn't it? Feeling clean, without muck or dirt on you. Feeling wholesome and good and new. It feels better. And it gives you a better reputation. For whatever reason it is, people usually like to be around people who are clean, and not covered in filth. Just the general way of things for most of us. Having a tidy room. Keeping it clean. Sure, parents can be fussy on that, but deep down we know it is in our better interests. And we usually like it that way anyway. And it helps finding things if they are stored neatly and not in a dirty room. Cleanliness is work. Staying clean and keeping clean is work and effort and, especially in children, laziness is a bane of our lives which we should do well to conquer and master. It looks good, gives us a good reputation, and makes us feel good. And when we have a clean moral heart, our consciences feel better and we feel good that we are behaving ourselves properly, not stained by sin. Torah prescribes washings to deal with sexual emissions and other bodily emissions, and while they are not prescribed as law to the children of Noah, some basic Torah washing practices are not that bad an idea. If you are feeling unclean after encountering diseased things, or dead carcasses, or even dead relatives, it does help to give a washing, which really is more than just a ceremonial accoutrement in the end. It makes you feel clean. Cleanliness should not really be too legalistically applied, as we are only human, but, in general, it is good practice, recommended, and a sound and healthy way of life to uphold. Be ye clean, and you will feel all the better for it.

The Doctrine of Moderation

Going to extremes. I like the thrill. I like the rush. I like the chase. I like her tush. I like it wild. I like it tame. I like it boring. I like it insane. Way to fast. Way to slow. The highest of heavens. Or hell below. Ultimate, extremes can be a bit much for the human body and the human psychology, whatever they are. Get caught up in a marathon drinking session, enjoy the hangover in the morning, and your brain cells saying 'That's it mate. I'm done. Retirement and a grave in Sheol waiting for me. Thanks body. You've been great.' Fitness fanatic, but your body is exhausted, and your muscles are aching, because you have pushed yourself way too far. Or the opposite, and you are feeling lethargic and lazy, and can barely get out of bed, and you have difficulty getting up from your seat because your knees ache every time you do. So much love, that saint has, says one fellow. Yeh, he's slept with seven wives in the congregation. Plenty of love, mate, says another saint. It seems to me that extremes in life, even things which are supposed to be good for you, if you push them too hard, or do not push them at all, leave you exhausted one way or another. Pushing yourself too hard - ending up in burnout. Never doing a damn thing, and your muscles are starting to dwindle, and you just want to lay in bed all day long. One of the fundamental truths of life is that life needs balance, or moderation. You need to be active, but not too active. You need to be passionate, but not too passionate. You need to be loving, but sleeping with the 16 year old pastors daughter is just a bit too much love unless you marry her. Moderation is not necessarily about finding that perfect centrepoint of balance and harmony in life, but it needs to be a kind of life where you are living within the safe parameters, both the high ones and the low ones. There is usually plenty of leeway for a human, and we can all be extreme or inactive at times. But moderation is a key to healthy and successful living, and learning its fine art will be health for your bones, and joy for your body, soul, mind and heart.

The Doctrine of Play

All work and no play makes Johnny very bored. You see, life is not just serious work, study and discipline every single day of your life. It is not always about doing as you are told every instant, being on your best behaviour and never flinching from duty. In the end this makes you a bit too serious, a bit too starchy, a bit too much of a rock of God. You need some free time. You need some relaxation time. You need some ME time. Time were it is for goofing off a bit, fooling around a little, and just having some good old fashioned fun. Don't let it go to your head, though. Wild times bring a wild reputation which you may have a hard time losing. But sometimes we need to lighten up, just be ourselves, go with the flow and have a good time. Tell a few jokes, laugh at stupid things, and do some things just for the hell of it and for the entertainment. Go to a show, ride a bike, watch a movie, play a board game, chat with friends, mess around with a musical instrument, and just whatever makes you happy, even playing around with kids toys if you really damn well want to. Play, even in adults, really still needs to be there in the end. We need a time when we can be our innocent young selves, and enjoy the things of youth, and enjoy the frill and excitement of the big old grand adventure of life, and leave the troubles we have in some other elder's hands for a while. It can't be play all the time, because real life and real world concerns always intervene and end things, but sometimes we need to get away, on a holiday, and just chill out and enjoy things. Life is for fun, in many ways, and having a lively and happy and joyful spirit is often found in knowing how to have that fun - even at 98.

The Doctrine of Work

The Assembly of the Most High proclaim faith in Jehovah God – Yahweh – who is the creator of the world in which we live. In the beginning mankind was meant to live in the garden of Eden, which provided food and drink in the form of fruits and vegetables and water. And thus we hung around the garden, and chatted, and did our ablutions, and not much else. And then life got a lot more complex. Time has passed in this modern world, and the world has changed, and one of the realities is that we need food, and many of us don't have ease of access to a garden to grow them in, like in the beginning, and we are faced with the reality of having to work for an income to provide food and drink for ourselves, and often our own family also. Work. It just has to be done in the end. There is no point trying to shy away from it, and being a lazy son during harvest time. You have got to find the strength and courage each working day of your life to face up to the challenge of arriving at work on time, being punctual, following directions correctly and properly in good spirit, and getting the work done through concentrated effort. You get holidays and overtime pay a lot of the time, but work is work, don't ever forget that, so get it done and you can enjoy the fruit of your labours each night after a hard days work. It's called work because it is work – as simple as that. Your mother and father taught you from your youth that you are going to have to work to get by in the world, so don't shirk away from the labours of your soul, and get stuck in, get the work done, and you will have the reward from the effort maintained. Fight for justice in your work – make sure you are getting paid the right and fair amount, and don't be afraid to represent yourself to the best of your interests. Caution is needed – some bosses can retrench easily, so be sensible in whatever claims you make. But work hard, work fair, spend your income responsibly for your family to take care of your wants and needs, and get the job done. It's an inevitable part of life, so learn to enjoy it if you can. The man or woman who enjoys his occupation never works a day in his life. That's work.


(Public Domain Wikipedia Article modified by Daniel Thomas Andrew Daly)

Advice (also called exhortation) is a form of relating personal or institutional information, data, wisdom, experience, knowledge, understanding, opinionsbelief systems, values, morals, ethics, recommendations or guidance about certain situations relayed in some context to another person, group or party often offered as a guide to action and/or conduct. Put a little more simply, an advice message is a recommendation about what might be thought, said, or otherwise done to address a problem, make a decision, or manage a situation which usually has such a degree of complexity or difficulty associated with it that support of information from an outside source is often sought or given. Advice is believed to be theoretical, and is often considered taboo as well as helpful. The kinds of advice can range from systems of instructional and practical toward more esoteric and spiritual, and is often attributable toward problem solving, strategy seeking, and solution finding, either from a social standpoint or a personal one. Advice may pertain to relationships, lifestyle changes, legal choices, business goals, personal goals, career goals, education goals, religious beliefs, personal growth, motivation, inspiration and so on. Advice is not pertinent to any solid criteria, and may be given freely, or only given when asked upon. In some cultures advice is socially unacceptable to be released unless requested. In other cultures advice is given more openly. It may, especially if it is expert advice such as legal advice or methodological advice also be given only in exchange for payment. Advice when adhered to and followed may be beneficial, non-beneficial, damaging, non-damaging, partially beneficial and partially damaging, in reference to personal or social paradigms. In other words, not all advice is either "all good" or "all bad". Many people consider unrequested advice to be paternalistic and patronizing and are thus offended. Pastoral figures, through pesonal ministry and sermons are sources of advice. Psychologist and psychiatrists, in their clinical analyses of mental health issues offer advice. Doctors, in terms of medical health issues, offer such advice. Sports trainers, on how to improve your sporting performances, offer advice in these fields. School teachers mainly give instruction, which is more formal knowledge than advice, but they often can advise students on moral choices, as well as course choices and study philosophies. A great deal many occupations have a degree of ways of imparting information to others, and this comes in both the form of direct teaching of knowledge itself, as well as a more general sense of advice, when asked for on issues, to gain better understandings. A business mentor is another chief form of advice. There is usually a delineation between more formal institutional course knowledge, such as the knowledge of the schooling curriculum, and the more regular type of advice in life, which is how to handle it all and what to do with it all. In this sense advice is more practical and pragmatic.

Toiletry Advice - How To Shit on a Toilet

Enter the toilet (carefully making sure nobody is already using it. A polite knock on the toilet door, and waiting for an answer, before you go in should suffice. If someone is using the toilet, wait your turn.) You lift up the covering toilet seat lid and you sit down on the toilet seat which runs around the rim. You shit your body-waste (the shit or faeces) into the toilet bowl. It is best to wait a bit to make sure it has all been shat out. When your bowels feel clean, and you might have had to piss in the toilet bowl as well, then use toilet paper to wipe your anus clean, place the used toilet paper in the toilet bowl, and flush the toilet by pressing the flush button. Then exit the toilet, you may close the toilet door also if it is your custom, and then go to the bathroom which has the water sink washing basin, turn on the water tap, and wash your hands very clean. Warm water is a good option, but cold is suitable as well. You can use soap to clean your hands also if you wish, but water will usually suffice. Make sure they are quite clean. Dry your hands on one of the bathroom towels used for this purpose, and off you go, back to whatever you want to do next.


  1. Love God – The Source of Life

  2. Love Your Family – The Source of Support

  3. Love Your Friends – The Source of Comfort

  4. Love Your Home – The Source of Shelter

  5. Love Your School – The Source of Education

  6. Love Your Work – The Source of Employment

  7. Love Your Society – The Source of Interaction

  8. Love Your Law – The Source of Rules

  9. Love Your Religion – The Source of Spirituality

  10. Love Your Neighbour – The Source of Peace

  11. Love Your Library – The Source of Knowledge

  12. Love Your Possessions – The Source of Contentment

  13. Love Your Culture – The Source of Identity

  14. Love Your Traditions – The Source of Continuity

  15. Love Your Name – The Source of Your Reputation

  16. Love Your Language – The Source of Communication

  17. Love Your Elders – The Source of Wisdom

  18. Love Your Youth – The Source of Strength

  19. Love Your Women – The Source of Courage

  20. Love Your Men – The Source of Honour

  21. Love Your Pets – The Source of Joy

  22. Love Your Wife – The Source of Communion

  23. Love Your Husband – The Source of Unity

  24. Love Your Self – The Source of Who You Are

  25. Love Your Life – The Source of Purpose


    The 253 Rules of the Torah of Noah: Generation Next of Assembly of the Most High

  1. Be Good

  2. Be Consistent

  3. Be Careful

  4. Acknowledge God

  5. Keep on Praying to God

  6. Follow the Rainbow Torah (Genesis 1:1 – 11:9)

  7. Do Not Steal

  8. Do not be immature when it it is time to develop through the lifespan

  9. Keep on going

  10. Be Consistent and learn what consistency means

  11. Study out the ideas of being Consistent

  12. Serving the Most High God is about a Consistent Life Style course of Action through life so learn to be consistent with yourself and your words.

  13. Strive to make a difference in the world which impacts positively

  14. Be Good enough when you can, but don't give a damn abou the expectations of others when you have things to focus on in life which are priorities of the day

  15. Keep on going and then keep on going again and then more so

  16. Do not steal things from people and from shops and generally do not steal as a rule

  17. Study the Book of Job when you have Ministry of Job inclinations

  18. Learn a few things from books of knowledge and learn them agin and then be consistent and learn them again and then again

  19. Acknowledge God and acknowledge that he exists and be consistent enough to keep on keeping the faith that God exists and then make some inquiries into divine things

  20. Follow the Rainbow Torah and Study it from time to time and apply it to your life

  21. The Rainbow is an Everlasting Covenant so it will always be around

  22. Noah was righteous in his generation so we are supposed to be righteous like Noah

  23. Do not eat the forbidden fruit

  24. Wear clothes to hide your nakedness. Remember God clothed Adam and Eve to hide their nakedness so don't be silly.

  25. Be consistent enough to read the rainbow Torah regularly.

  26. 26) Acquiring things in life for eternity should be a particular focus for your life, but you also have to live life in a regular way as well, remember.

  27. 27) Doing the will of God is important for Noahides.

  28. 28) Doing the will of God is important for Noahides. Following the leading of his holy spirit is important as the world works better following the wisdom of Almighty God.

  29. 29) The 1000 rules of the Kingdom of Noah Torah are not just simply rules - they are also principles, ordinances, words, statements, imperatives and proverbs.

  30. 30) Judgement on Salvation belongs to God Almighty.

  31. 31) We recognize the notion of Branches of Noahidism and the importance of each branch functioning as it is supposed to in the divine Tree of Life of God's faithful religion and adherents. We believe that other movements of Noahidism could arise if others were passionate enough and dedicated enough to the Rainbow Covenant tradition.

  32. 32) Practice Goodness.

  33. 33) Practice Kindness.

  34. 34) You should seek to be a law abiding and responsible citizen of mankind with a good and decent reputation.

  35. 35) Say sorry when you should. Perhaps mean it when you should.

  36. 36) The Assembly of the Divine Creator has a strong focus on the ‘Anglosphere’ and English, Scot, Irish and Welsh culture. But we don't ignore international culture either.

  37. 37) Hopefully people can find a second chance if they can acknowledge their mistakes.

  38. 38) Archangel Gabriel is hopefully a wonderful Angel.

  39. 39) Archangel Michael is hopefully a wonderful Angel.

  40. 40) May all the angels of God praise Yahweh forever, for he is a glorious God, creator of all things, and to him we owe our love, loyalty and eternal devotions. Praise the God of all mankind and all angelicdom, praise the creator of glory, praise the most high, the God of victory, prosperity, and abundant love. Praise his name forever and ever and ever and ever and ever. Amen. Alleluia. Amen.

  41. 41) There are rules at the beginning of the First Torah of Noah which may sound sarcastic. Rules about rock and roll and swearing and so forth. Yet, disguised in this sarcasm, are simple and pragmatic ideas that teach 'Keep the Peace' and don't let the party get out of hand. This is actually sound advice, despite the colourful language employed to belabor the point. Sometimes people use colourful language in life. There is, perhaps, a time for these things, and a time to refrain from these things. The first Torah of Noah employed it somewhat. There is far less in the second.

  42. 42) These Torah rules are, as well as principles and proverbs and so forth, ultimately commentary as well, and other things, on its own nature of the rules and principles of Karaite Noahide faith as well. The term Karaite means we follow this Kara - this Word - this Scripture - the Rainbow Bible. We are people of the Kara, the Word or teaching of God.

  43. 43) The Full Torah of Noah should be revised on occasions to correct improper legalisms, rulings, immaturities and inconsistencies. Ultimately, a final product is indeed the aim, which does not change its core morality or structure, and lasts eternally. For earthly purposes, upon my passing, the Torah of Noah is to remain unchanged from that point. In heavenly realities, the work is to be continued to be analysed and, were appropriate and necessary, corrected to bring forth a purer and better legal code for the administration of 7DF and whoever adheres to the principles of the Kingdom of Noah Torah. It is important that all prior copies of the code be preserved historically. It is also important that the work is continually modified until a satisfactory final product is realized. Further, the final product must, to a reasonable degree, reflect the intended decency and integrity of the original full Kingdom of Noah Torah and, upon completion, it must be stabilized and set without any further allowable change eternally. It should be 'Covenanted' upon all final amendments having been made. Ultimately it should be a 'True' work of theology.

  44. 44) Live and let Live. Live and let die. Which will ye choose? asketh I, asketh I?

  45. 45) Is there really any point to endless studies of doctrinal disputes which go on forever? Or reading endless arrays of spiritual tomes on living the enlightened life? Or praying endless prayers? Or going to service after endless spiritual service? Is it, as one might say, all chase after the wind? For the moral heart which has just enough religion may, in the end, seek to live its own life, and be the kind of person bible stories are written about, rather than being the kind of person who reads bible stories.

  46. 46) There is a way which seems right to a man, but in the end it is the way of death.

  47. 47) There is a way which seems right to a repentant man, and in the end it is the way of life.

  48. 48) Knowing God himself, and conversing with the Most High, if he would ever deem you worthy of this glory, could be the ultimate experience in a life hoped to be eternal. For why wouldn't you seek the hallways of eternity, to bask in the fiery glow of Torah's purest caress, and ride the wild stallion of dream, fantasy and adventure in the arms of a faithful companion who has chosen virtue and kindness to embellish the life you have chosen to live in a moral and decent way? For what prosperity is there in endless argument, of people who should know better by now, when so much more comes to those who put a little effort into their spirituality to seek a better way, a kinder way, a purer way, a happier way.

  49. 49) 7 Rests.

  50. 50) And then a celebration.

  51. 51) God has infinite knowledge. Perhaps you should take his advice.

  52. 52) The master of all creation delights in his work. And mankind is the pinnacle of earthly glories. You are important to God, and he loves you even more so when you repent of your wrongdoings, your crass ways, your insulting behaviours, and practice kindness and peace with your fellow man. Caring for the poor and disaffected, indeed true religion, and giving charity when you can, even if only a little, shows your heart cares and considers others, for no man is an island, and well all need to get along in this world with everyone else.

  53. 53) Respect for God. Respect for your neighbour. These are principles of Torah in a nutshell. Torah is the teaching of the Rainbow Bible. Torah means teaching.

  54. 54) Watching your tongue for the words it speaks is often very good advice, for a blasphemer must repent much to earn God's forgiveness.

  55. 55) Even in your sin, do not forsake the faith. For tomorrow is a day away, and you can repent later on at times and genuinely still really mean it, despite thinking you might be unforgivable. But do not take that for granted, for deliberate sins are gravely wrong to the Almighty one upon the throne of Glory.

  56. 56) Never defiantly say 'I am just going to sin,' for if God pricks your conscience because of it you could be in for a hell of a ride.

  57. 57) Forgive and let the grudge go if they are sorry enough and decent enough in their new behaviours.

  58. 58) Get along with people, but be cautious about new souls.

  59. 59) Reconciliation can often be a good idea, but wisdom needs to be applied to that idea.

  60. 60) Cleaning your body with water regularly and giving it a good scrub is a good sign of health and wellbeing.

  61. 61) We are of the view that in the future of mankind's history, ultimately, public domain ownership of copyrights should cease and products copyrights and patents (etc.) be given to the family/clan of the authors and creators of the work.

  62. 62)  The resurrection of the dead in a future world would be an interesting idea, but heaven is the probable place of eternal dwelling when we die

  63. 63) The world to come is likely, in practical terms, the heavenly afterlife.

  64. 64) Heaven is your reward for service to God, and all should seek it.

  65. 65) God is good. So give him some respect.

  66. 66) Follow God and keep your religion pure.

  67. 67) Therefore, how much you want to please God is based on how much you actually want to please God. As a Noahide, your walk with God in holiness is in your own hands.

  68. 68) Genesis teaches that humans are made in the image of God. Because of that we all carry the divine spark - we are all bene elohim or children of God. As a child grows up it hits its turbulent teens and craves independence. So, also, in our relationship with God. We learn to take care of our own lives and deal with our own problems.

  69. 69) Tell the truth.

  70. 70) Avoid most arguments.

  71. 71) Find peace in nature.

  72. 72) Sabbath observance by a Karaite Noahide is purely voluntary. It is a practice you may choose or not choose to employ. Periods of Sabbath observance is also an acceptable option. It is up to the individual Karaite Noahide to decide for themselves.

  73. 73) Observe society law and culture.

  74. 74) What? Are you an idiot? Trying to disobey the laws of truth, peace and love of God & neighbour? Shame on you.

  75. 75) Eternity should be a focus in your life at times.

  76. 76) God is good. So you can probably trust him. Pray to him. Ask him to guide you. Seek out the problems in your life and try to amend them as per his spiritual leading.

  77. 77) The international law codes are often good ideas. Go study them. They are not always perfect though so exercise biblical caution.

  78. 78) The United Nations Charter of Human rights is judged as a good idea by the Advancing Noah Movement. Study that also.

  79. 79) Follow the way of peace.

  80. 80) For law guides our conduct and helps us to get along.

  81. 81) The Law of the Land applies in general.

  82. 82) This is a good saying and worthy of all acceptation: holy religion should involve charity, care for orphans, and concern for widows. Those disaffected in your society are those who need the most help. Love of brother, love of neighbour and love of God are the spokes of a society which will inevitably prosper. Wise sayings are the hallmark of the wise, but the hypocrite speaks one way yet acts contrary to his own words. More hope for a fool than him.

  83. 83) Those made in the image of God can find morality in their own hearts. The religiously bigoted believe the world owes them everything, that they invented morality, and that they are the centre of all wisdom. I know a people just like that.

  84. 84) The bigoted say 'Only we can interpret our holy book.'

  85. 85) Humility comes before Honour.

  86. 86) Pride comes before the fall.

  87. 87) Searching for spiritual truth might seem vague, but there is a time in life to ask the big questions.

  88. 88) Pray - Just to make it today

  89. 89) It is ok to be proud of yourself if you have earned it. But it must be humble pride. Unfortunately people can often end up believing, in their pride, they are greater than the truth really declares, and it leads to arrogance. It is arrogant pride which comes before the fall, as the saying goes.

  90. 90) So get a grip. Don't think yourself something you are not, and have a true recognition of your self worth, not an over inflated ego.

  91. 91) You can't take it with you when you die. The Psalms rightly teach this truth. Though heavenly copies of your belongings are put aside, for the Lord rewards a man according to his deeds. Ashes to ashes - dust to dust - the spirit remains forever. Sow to the spiritual realm, and pray to God to bless you in the world to come. Earn your blessing through seeking God's will. Ask for your heavenly reward in prayer and how you may earn the things you desire. Clear things with Almighty God.

  92. 92) A PSALM: Lord God, bless forever the Seven Sovereign Nations of The United Kingdom, Australia, Guyana, New Zealand, The Republic of Ireland. Canada and The United States of America, please. Amen.

  93. 93) A PRAYER: Lord God, bless forever the Anglosphere for all eternity. Amen.

  94. 94) The Chronicles of the Children of Destiny' is the primary 'PSEUDEPIGRAPHAL' work of the Kingdom of Noah and its religious documents. It is 'Scripture' but not authorized for doctrine in a binding or authoritative sense, instead, mainly in a practical and sensible sense. It is perfectly appropriate material for ANM sermons. It is to be utilized in harmony with study of the 'Rainbow Bible'.

  95. 95) The Kingdom of Noah acknowledges International Copyrights. We are NOT separatist from society, and take part in all the standard conventions of societal behaviour. Members of society who wish to study our material online without joining our assembly are free to do so. If you make it quite a long and detailed study, you know, we think it is kind of fair that you make a wee bit of a donation. Just in a decent fair way, ok.

  96. 96) I have decided that this second Torah of Noah will be the primary Torah of Study for the 2nd of the 7 Divine Fellowships 'The Assembly of the Divine Creator'. The Third Torah of Noah will be for the 3rd of the 7 Divine Fellowships 'The Universal Faith Assembly'. The 4th Divine Fellowship operates on the theological premise of the primary law it follows just being the 'Rainbow Torah Scripture' itself, which is Genesis 1 - 11:9. This is the 'Assembly of the Living God'. As such the fourth and final section of the Kingdom of Noah Torah will not be in the Fourth Rainbow Bible pertaining to the Assembly of the Living God, but instead delayed to the Fifth Rainbow Bible for the 'Universal Truth Assembly'.

  97. 97) The Assembly of the Most High functions around 'Anglosphere' theology. The 7 Sovereign Nations are fundamental concepts of the Assembly of the Most High. The 7SN theology promotes English as the Primary Language for the Anglosphere. It does NOT promote family-based racial concepts. It certainly DOES promote Anglo-Saxon-Celtic Cultural concepts to all citizens, whatever race, of the 7 Sovereign Nations. It is a cultural concept based on the English language at the heart of its purpose. In this sense it attempts to evangelize all citizens interested within the seven sovereign nations to uphold Anglo-Saxon-Celtic culture. All racial family groups within the 7 Sovereign nations are free to join the Assembly of the Divine Creator. There is no discrimination based on family racial origin, but it most definitely promotes Anglo-Saxon-Celtic culture and ideals. So we promote Anglo-Celtic culture freely to all members of mankind who have any interest. They are perfectly welcome with us, whatever their genetic race.

  98. 98) Pride comes before the fall. So if you fall, try humbling yourself and admitting your pigheadedness.

  99. 99) What we do in life echoes in eternity. Your rights on earth establish your rights in the new earth beyond death. It is what you get.

  100. 100) God is good. So he probably has concerns for you if you are also trying to be good.

  101. 101) Members of the Assembly of the Most High should exercise Prudence, Caution and Wisdom.

  102. 102) A fundamental principle of this second Torah of Noah is that what you acquire on earth is what you acquire on earth, but that you also acquire that for eternity. God has said to me more than once the idea that 'You Bought the item.' You own it, you see. It's yours. You have already paid for it. That doesn't change when you die, which is just a continuation of this life anyway.

  103. 103) Pride pretends itself perfection long before it has really been genuinely earned.

  104. 104) Being a loving person never goes out of fashion.

  105. 105) Karaite Noahides should have a sense of community, togetherness and family. Having values which God teaches are an active part of Karaite Noahide faith.

  106. 106) God is good. So he probably has decent ideas for how life should work.

  107. 107) Try being kind with your family when you don't want to at times. Sometimes it's up to us to be the one who cares a lot, not just mum and dad.

  108. 108) God is good. So he probably has good ideas on lots of things, and even on what you could or should do with your life.

  109. 109) Serving God in this life and turning from sin is the secret to eternal prosperity.  Sin has its pleasure for a season, but catches you out in the end.

  110. 110) The Assembly of the Most High is also known as 6DF – Sixth Divine Fellowship of the Seven Divine Karaite Adamide-Noahide Fellowships.

  111. 111) God is good. So you, who are made in his image, probably can end up good with some concern and effort.

  112. 112) A sinful lifestyle is never a wise choice.

  113. 113) God is good. So he probably likes people who try to be decent in life.

  114. 114) It is true - God is a loving and giving and caring God. As Karaite Noahides we can expect God to make great personal sacrifices to us from his deepest heart to provide for us when we are in need. God will see to it to answer all our prayers, in great and magnificent ways, for he cares for us amazingly. If we need families and wives or husbands, if we need children, or jobs or other things in life, God will always be there, for all eternity, providing for us, for the blessing of Jehovah Jireh is amazing indeed.

  115. 115) For God is a great and wonderful and glorious and loving God. And he turns all our sarcastic life commentary into a blessing of unbelievable proportions. For God loves a soft heart, and a heart which loves God, despite its desperate straits, and still trusts in his amazing abilities to bless, even at the nadir of despair. For God is good, alleluia, amen, and amen.

  116. 116) Recycling things in life is sometimes a good idea. Often you build up things, and run out of room, so don't think you have to hold on to every bit of your wealth your whole earthly life. Let it go. Let it be. It will likely be there for you in eternity regardless. We encourage hoarders not to worry, to let possessions go, and start their hoarding again. We don't think hoarding is a problem, as long as you let the items go after a while, and trust that they will be their in eternity for you. Please, though, make sure you take enough of an interest in the items - make sure you genuinely and sincerely want that particular item, and it is not bought just for the heck of it. Want it, or God might not necessarily give it to you later. Take an interest in it, primarily. Keep it for a while - after a while, and having taken an interest, you can let it go and move on.

  117. 117) And God is Amazing by the way. A top guy. A good heart, a good soul, kind and considerate.

  118. 118) Really amazing. Someone worth knowing.

  119. 119) Really truly amazing. His wisdom is seen in creation, which has an amazing manifold array complexity in its various designs.

  120. 120) Be at peace.

  121. 121) God is a God of restoration. You might go through hell and lose it all, but sometimes you will gain it all back. Remember Job. He didn't like his suffering, but hopefully it was all worth it in the end.

  122. 122) God has always been answering your prayers. But it is always a good idea to make sure you really mean them, genuinely, and they are not childish impulsive wishes soon forgotten.

  123. 123) God is good. So goodness in your heart, and towards other people, should also be something you chip away at improving at.

  124. 124) Obey the Law. It usually means a more smoothly and happily running life.

  125. 125) For God is loving and graceful and kind.

  126. 126) God is good. So the Torah probably makes sense in the end.

  127. 127) Seek holiness. It improves your character.

  128. 129) Repent of sin. It does away with nasty aspects of life.

  129. 130) Obey God. He knows what he is talking about.

  130. 131) May the eternal blessings of God Almighty rest upon the 7 Divine Fellowships, keeping them impervious to every curse of man and angel, god and devil, beast and woman and other, for all eternity, free from harm and sin and evil device, free from wrongdoing, and sledge and every hurtful word. May God bless the 7 Divine Fellowships, his eternal servants, and bless them this time forth and henceforth for all eternity, forever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever, AMEN and AMEN and AMEN.

  131. 132) God is good. So creation probably has a lot of merit to it.

  132. 133) God is good. So there is probably a lot of goodness you can find in your own life with some effort.

  133. 134) God is good. So there are probably good people in the world if we are all made in his image. Try finding some of them.

  134. 135) God, really, is very good.

  135. 136) God is kind as well.

  136. 137) God is smart. He made you, didn't he?

  137. 138) God is merciful. He puts up with you, doesn't he?

  138. 139) Practice Kindness. Life is usually the better for it.

  139. 140) There are 140 Seraphim angels in the Realm of Eternity, 70 male and 70 female, in the Chronicles of the Children of Destiny, which is Noahide Pseudepigrapha.

  140. 141) Semyaza is an angel name

  141. 142) God is good. So he probably is easy enough to get along with.

  142. 143) God is good. So you can rely on him, if you serve him, to help you out when troublesome times come along.

  143. 145) Sow seeds of friendship with your fellow man. They can reap a harvest.

  144. 146) Do Not Steal or Rob people. You wouldn't like being stolen from would you?

  145. 147) Do Not Commit Bestiality. It's really just kind of perverse in the end, you know.

  146. 148) Speak the truth. You will probably get more of it returned to you if you do, and it give you the reputation of honesty.

  147. 149) Do Not Eat Animal Blood. It's a biblical command as well.

  148. 150) Do Not Blaspheme God’s Holy Name. He's actually quite a decent God.

  149. 151) Respect God and show him devotion. He is genuinely worthy of it.

  150. 152) Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh is God. He is the great 'I AM WHO I AM'.

  151. 153) Yahweh is God. It's a way of saying his name.

  152. 154) Jehovah is God. It's another way of saying his name.

  153. 155) Elohim is God. Elohim is a Hebrew word which means 'God' in English.

  154. 156) Hashem is God. It means 'The Name', which is the holy name of God.

  155. 157) God is good. He helps people in mankind.

  156. 158) God is great. He has a sense of grand things in his creations.

  157. 159) God is fantastic. He is capable of doing a lot of things at once.

  158. 160) God is amazing. He knows a heck of a lot of how it all fits together.

  159. 161) Following the truth and speaking the truth is vital for a well flowing and orderly society.  People in positions of authority, especially, should avoid lies.

  160. 162) Do not indulge in magic and the dark arts.

  161. 163) Smoking should not exceed sensible boundaries.  Keep it under control, thanks.

  162. 164) Watch your alcohol intake.  Too much is not good for the inner organs.

  163. 165) Try being kind and considerate with people. They will often like you better because of it.

  164. 166) Try empathising with people. They may often return the favour.

  165. 167) Try understanding the other sides perspective on things. It enlarges your world view.

  166. 168) You are important in the world, but so is your neighbour.

  167. 169) Try giving people love and respect. It shows you care when it all comes down to it.

  168. 170) Try arguing less with your family. Hey, they support you in the end.

  169. 172) Make sure you provide for your children. You had them for a reason, you know.

  170. 172) Treat your pets well and ensure they have access to vets when necessary.

  171. 173) Make sure your children get a good education. You want them to be successful in life don't you?

  172. 174) Make sure you clothe, feed, shelter, educate and entertain your children, and spend some quality time with them on a regular basis.

  173. 175) Jewish pride is very insulting towards Noahides, and Noahide pride is very insulting towards Jews. Keep bigotry, pride, prejudice and snobbery well under control.

  174. 176) Noah was perfect in his generations. That said he was still probably a regular type of guy.

  175. 177) Do not steal.

  176. 178) Do not rob.

  177. 179) Do not move boundary markers. Good records show honesty, and are the fact of the matter when it comes right down to it.

  178. 180) Stop having sex with your neighbours wife.  Get your own.

  179. 181) Don’t have sex with pre-pubescent children.   You will be mocked a long time if you do.

  180. 182) Honour God with your heart and devotion to rule of law.

  181. 183) Copyright laws and Patent laws are important and part of the eternal plans of God.

  182. 184) God is honourable. And he has a good reputation with a lot of people.

  183. 185) God is decent. He doesn't do things which are sick and twisted.

  184. 186) God is lawful. He has a good attitude on society and its morals.

  185. 187) God is holy. He is very decent in many ways.

  186. 188) Do not eat animal blood. The life of the creature is in it, and, for whatever reason that implies, you are not supposed to eat it because of that.

  187. 189) Do not commit violence against people.

  188. 190) Do not torture or maim people.

  189. 191) Torture in war, were necessary, can be justified to a limited degree.  Do not make permanent damage, though.  Make sure you have the right person.

  190. 192) Food and Health and Safety standards are a crucial recommendation to maintain eternally as advised by the Assembly of the Divine Creator.

  191. 193) We favour biological parents and their rights as, ultimately, superseding adoptive parent’s rights. But in some cases, were criminality is involved, adoptive parents might have to be the way to go.

  192. 194) We believe a raped woman who becomes pregnant should still give birth to the child, and love it as her own child.

  193. 195) We think abortion at any stage of the pregnancy is wrong.

  194. 196) Same sex marriage is just stupid.  We do tolerate civil unions if the gay couple insist.

  195. 197) Marriage is a covenant between a man and a woman.

  196. 198) We do not believe in hassling gay people.

  197. 199) We do not believe in practising violence against gay people. When gayness reaches 'Sodomistic' levels of behaviour in terms of crudity, violence and sexual harassment, we do preach the death penalty as appropriate.

  198. 200) All lawful people should be treated with courtesy, love and respect.  Sinners should be treated with caution, but we remember their human dignity.

  199. 201) Teaching people to repent of their sins is a good idea, but needs to be done sensitively and with care and forethought.

  200. 202) Worshipping idols is dumb.  Worship Jehovah God.

  201. 203) Do not worship idols you fool. They are lifeless.

  202. 204) Follow the Truth.

  203. 205) Avoid arguments with other religious people. They can be very antagonistic towards our faith.

  204. 206) Let love rule. It breeds a better attitude in the world.

  205. 207) Love your mother. She gave birth to you.

  206. 208) Love your father. He usually works hard to provide for you.

  207. 209) Respect the Police and Judges and Lawyers in your community. They do hard work for society and its maintenance on core law issues.

  208. 210) Respect the Doctors and Nurses in your community. They take care of us all.

  209. 211) Respect the Public Servants and other workers in your society striving for a lawful and civilized world. It helps when we all care about the work of those trying to better our world.

  210. 212) Coveting your neighbours property is not wise. Work hard and gain your own property instead.

  211. 213) Do not murder people. They deserve to live out their days unmolested.

  212. 214) Do not tell lies. They only lead to confusion and often false accusations unknowingly and often embarrassingly.

  213. 215) False witness is dishonourable.

  214. 216) Working in a job for a living is a sensible way to go.

  215. 217) Raising a family is a sensible way to go. Work hard to do it wisely and with commitment.

  216. 218) Use your creative talents. They show your heart and spirit to the world.

  217. 219) Spend quality time with your family. They are often the biggest source of comfort in your life.

  218. 220) Being loving and kind to people builds a good heart and a good name.

  219. 221) Show people love. It can never really hurt.

  220. 222) Love people.

  221. 223) Love God.

  222. 224) Being kind never goes out of fashion.

  223. 225) Practising hospitality shows a good heart.

  224. 226) Be considerate of other people. They like to live happy lives as well.

  225. 227) Practice respect towards God, Man and Nature

  226. 228) The Font of Eternal Wisdom is to follow a Torah Code like the Second Torah of Noah.

  227. 229) Follow the way of Respect for your fellow man.

  228. 230) Respect the Kingdom of God

  229. 231) Respect the Kingdom of Noah

  230. 232) Avoid religious discussions on other religions. They only lead to confusion.

  231. 233) Noah is our father, and we love him so.

  232. 234) God is good. He has a heart of gold.

  233. 235) God is great. He has a grand vision for what could be.

  234. 236) God is awesome. He is able to get along with a lot of people really well.

  235. 237) God possibly has an ego.

  236. 238) But is probably too humble to admit it.

  237. 239) Heh, heh, heh.  Just joking God.

  238. 240) Seriously.

  239. 241) Obeying the laws of your society and nation is a good idea.

  240. 242) Being an upright, decent and honest citizen is commendable.

  241. 243) Get some holiday time.

  242. 244) Get some great hobbies.

  243. 245) Collect a lot of enjoyable and fun things.

  244. 246) Collect a lot of enjoyable and fun things and use them.

  245. 247) Keep the Law.

  246. 248) Repent of your sins

  247. 249) Read the Rainbow Torah

  248. 250) Be consistent

  249. 251) Do Not Steal

  250. 252) Read the Bible

  251. 253) Praise God

  252. Keep on Going

  253. Keep at it

Adamic Covenant (Click on Me – Free information from Daniel for the Adamic Covenant Community)

Our Beliefs

Scripture for Teaching: The Rainbow Torah (Genesis 1:1 – 11:9), various writings of Daniel Thomas Andrew Daly

Fictional Literature for Study: The Saga of Adam and Eve by Daniel Thomas Andrew Daly (See Below)

Spirituality: Faith based on the spirituality of the first man, Adam.

Prayers: In the name of Adam, hence drawing upon his authority and spirit for our works.

Purpose: To build a spiritual organisation emphasizing the normality and regularity of the human experience.

Community: Initially in our movement a belief that the European peoples were the descendants of Adam has been superseded by the view that all humanity is Adam's seed. All human's who wish to join the Adamic Covenant are free to do so.

Covenant: From Creation to Flood and Noahic Sacrifice, with the Rainbow sealing the canon of scripture, the Rainbow Torah (Genesis 1:1 – 11:9) is the book of judgement used upon the Adamic Covenant community. We recognize that the Adamic peoples who were destroyed in the flood were judged by God, thus the example of Noah is that of the righteousness required by an Adamide to escape the judgement of God, validating the Rainbow Torah as relevant scripture for the Adamic Covenant Community.

Temples: Any appropriately designed temple with basic sermons on spiritual living are the way of life for the Adamic Covenant Community.

Offerings: Whatever anyone can afford or feels moved to give.

Music: The Album 'The Way it is' by pop band 'Madasun' is made available by Daniel for heavenly members of the community, in interpersonal fellowship, to listen to with. Any Earthly Members who join the Adamic Covenant community are asked if they could purchase a copy of 'The Way it Is' by 'Madasun', and make that available in inter-fellowship with other heavenly members of the community upon their coming to heaven when they die.

Holy Scripture – The Rainbow Torah




In the beginning, God created heaven and earth. But the earth was empty and unoccupied, and darknesses were over the face of the abyss; and so the Spirit of God was brought over the waters. And God said, “Let there be light.” And light became. And God saw the light, that it was good; and so he divided the light from the darknesses. And he called the light, ‘Day,’ and the darknesses, ‘Night.’ And it became evening and morning, one day.


God also said, “Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide waters from waters.” And God made a firmament, and he divided the waters that were under the firmament, from those that were above the firmament. And so it became. And God called the firmament ‘Heaven.’ And it became evening and morning, the second day.


Truly God said: “Let the waters that are under heaven be gathered together into one place; and let the dry land appear.” And so it became. And God called the dry land, ‘Earth,’ and he called the gathering of the waters, ‘Seas.’ And God saw that it was good. And he said, “Let the land spring forth green plants, both those producing seed, and fruit-bearing trees, producing fruit according to their kind, whose seed is within itself, over all the earth.” And so it became. And the land brought forth green plants, both those producing seed, according to their kind, and trees producing fruit, with each having its own way of sowing, according to its species. And God saw that it was good. And it became evening and the morning, the third day.


Then God said: “Let there be lights in the firmament of heaven. And let them divide day from night, and let them become signs, both of the seasons, and of the days and years. Let them shine in the firmament of heaven and illuminate the earth.” And so it became. And God made two great lights: a greater light, to rule over the day, and a lesser light, to rule over the night, along with the stars. And he set them in the firmament of heaven, to give light over all the earth, and to rule over the day as well as the night, and to divide light from darkness. And God saw that it was good. And it became evening and morning, the fourth day.


And then God said, “Let the waters produce animals with a living soul, and flying creatures above the earth, under the firmament of heaven.” And God created the great sea creatures, and everything with a living soul and the ability to move that the waters produced, according to their species, and all the flying creatures, according to their kind. And God saw that it was good. And he blessed them, saying: “Increase and multiply, and fill the waters of the sea. And let the birds be multiplied above the land.” And it became evening and morning, the fifth day.


God also said, “Let the land produce living souls in their kind: cattle, and animals, and wild beasts of the earth, according to their species.” And so it became. And God made the wild beasts of the earth according to their species, and the cattle, and every animal on the land, according to its kind. And God saw that it was good. And he said: “Let us make Man to our image and likeness. And let him rule over the fish of the sea, and the flying creatures of the air, and the wild beasts, and the entire earth, and every animal that moves on the earth.” And God created man to his own image; to the image of God he created him; male and female, he created them. And God blessed them, and he said, “Increase and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it, and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and the flying creatures of the air, and over every living thing that moves upon the earth.” And God said: “Behold, I have given you every seed-bearing plant upon the earth, and all the trees that have in themselves the ability to sow their own kind, to be food for you, and for all the animals of the land, and for all the flying things of the air, and for everything that moves upon the earth and in which there is a living soul, so that they may have these on which to feed.” And so it became. And God saw everything that he had made. And they were very good. And it became evening and morning, the sixth day.

And so the heavens and the earth were completed, with all their adornment. And on the seventh day, God fulfilled his work, which he had made. And on the seventh day he rested from all his work, which he had accomplished. And he blessed the seventh day and sanctified it. For in it, he had ceased from all his work: the work whereby God created whatever he should make.




Adam and Eve

These are the generations of heaven and earth, when they were created, in the day when the Lord God made heaven and earth, and every sapling of the field, before it would rise up in the land, and every wild plant, before it would germinate. For the Lord God had not brought rain upon the earth, and there was no man to work the land. But a fountain ascended from the earth, irrigating the entire surface of the land.


And then the Lord God formed man from the clay of the earth, and he breathed into his face the breath of life, and man became a living soul. Now the Lord God had planted a Paradise of enjoyment from the beginning. In it, he placed the man whom he had formed. And from the soil the Lord God produced every tree that was beautiful to behold and pleasant to eat. And even the tree of life was in the midst of Paradise, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.


And a river went forth from the place of enjoyment so as to irrigate Paradise, which is divided from there into four heads. The name of one is the Phison; it is that which runs through all the land of Hevilath, where gold is born; and the gold of that land is the finest. In that place is found bdellium and the onyx stone. And the name of the second river is the Gehon; it is that which runs through all the land of Kush. Truly, the name of the third river is the Tigris; it advances opposite the Assyrians. But the fourth river, it is the Euphrates.


Thus, the Lord God brought the man, and put him into the Paradise of enjoyment, so that it would be attended and preserved by him. And he instructed him, saying: “From every tree of Paradise, you shall eat. But from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, you shall not eat. For in whatever day you will eat from it, you will die a death.” The Lord God also said: “It is not good for the man to be alone. Let us make a helper for him similar to himself.” Therefore, the Lord God, having formed from the soil all the animals of the earth and all the flying creatures of the air, brought them to Adam, in order to see what he would call them. For whatever Adam would call any living creature, that would be its name. And Adam called each of the living things by their names: all the flying creatures of the air, and all the wild beasts of the land. Yet truly, for Adam, there was not found a helper similar to himself. And so the Lord God sent a deep sleep upon Adam. And when he was fast asleep, he took one of his ribs, and he completed it with flesh for it. And the Lord God built up the rib, which he took from Adam, into a woman. And he led her to Adam. And Adam said: “Now this is bone from my bones, and flesh from my flesh. This one shall be called woman, because she was taken from man.” For this reason, a man shall leave behind his father and mother, and he shall cling to his wife; and the two shall be as one flesh. Now they were both naked: Adam, of course, and his wife. And they were not ashamed.




The Temptation

However, the serpent was more crafty than any of the creatures of the earth that the Lord God had made. And he said to the woman, “Why has God instructed you, that you should not eat from every tree of Paradise?” The woman responded to him: “From the fruit of the trees which are in Paradise, we eat. Yet truly, from the fruit of the tree which is in the middle of Paradise, God has instructed us that we should not eat, and that we should not touch it, lest perhaps we may die.” Then the serpent said to the woman: “By no means will you die a death. For God knows that, on whatever day you will eat from it, your eyes will be opened; and you will be like gods, knowing good and evil.” And so the woman saw that the tree was good to eat, and beautiful to the eyes, and delightful to consider. And she took from its fruit, and she ate. And she gave to her husband, who ate. And the eyes of them both were opened. And when they realized themselves to be naked, they joined together fig leaves and made coverings for themselves. And when they had heard the voice of the Lord God taking a walk in Paradise in the afternoon breeze, Adam and his wife hid themselves from the face of the Lord God in the midst of the trees of Paradise. And the Lord God called Adam and said to him: “Where are you?” And he said, “I heard your voice in Paradise, and I was afraid, because I was naked, and so I hid myself.” He said to him, “Then who told you that you were naked, if you have not eaten of the tree from which I instructed you that you should not eat?” And Adam said, “The woman, whom you gave to me as a companion, gave to me from the tree, and I ate.” And the Lord God said to the woman, “Why have you done this?” And she responded, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.” And the Lord God said to the serpent: “Because you have done this, you are cursed among all living things, even the wild beasts of the earth. Upon your breast shall you travel, and the ground shall you eat, all the days of your life. I will put enmities between you and the woman, between your offspring and her offspring. She will crush your head, and you will lie in wait for her heel.” To the woman, he also said: “I will multiply your labors and your conceptions. In pain shall you give birth to sons, and you shall be under your husband’s power, and he shall have dominion over you.” Yet truly, to Adam, he said: “Because you have listened to the voice of your wife, and have eaten of the tree, from which I instructed you that you should not eat, cursed is the land that you work. In hardship shall you eat from it, all the days of your life. Thorns and thistles shall it produce for you, and you shall eat the plants of the earth. By the sweat of your face shall you eat bread, until you return to the earth from which you were taken. For dust you are, and unto dust you shall return.” And Adam called the name of his wife, ‘Eve,’ because she was the mother of all the living. The Lord God also made for Adam and his wife garments from skins, and he clothed them. And he said: “Behold, Adam has become like one of us, knowing good and evil. Therefore, now perhaps he may put forth his hand and also take from the tree of life, and eat, and live in eternity.” And so the Lord God sent him away from the Paradise of enjoyment, in order to work the earth from which he was taken. And he cast out Adam. And in front of the Paradise of enjoyment, he placed the Cherubim with a flaming sword, turning together, to guard the way to the tree of life.




Cain and Abel

Truly, Adam knew his wife Eve, who conceived and gave birth to Cain, saying, “I have obtained a man through God.” And again she gave birth to his brother Abel. But Abel was a pastor of sheep, and Cain was a farmer.


Then it happened, after many days, that Cain offered gifts to the Lord, from the fruits of the earth. Abel likewise offered from the firstborn of his flock, and from their fat. And the Lord looked with favor on Abel and his gifts. Yet in truth, he did not look with favor on Cain and his gifts. And Cain was vehemently angry, and his countenance fell. And the Lord said to him: “Why are you angry? And why is your face fallen? If you behave well, will you not receive? But if you behave badly, will not sin at once be present at the door? And so its desire will be within you, and you will be dominated by it.” And Cain said to his brother Abel, “Let us go outside.” And when they were in the field, Cain rose up against his brother Abel, and he put him to death. And the Lord said to Cain, “Where is your brother Abel?” And he responded: “I do not know. Am I my brother’s keeper?” And he said to him: “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s blood cries out to me from the land. Now, therefore, you will be cursed upon the land, which opened its mouth and received the blood of your brother at your hand. When you work it, it will not give you its fruit; a vagrant and a fugitive shall you be upon the land.” And Cain said to the Lord: “My iniquity is too great to deserve kindness. Behold, you have cast me out this day before the face of the earth, and from your face I will be hidden; and I will be a vagrant and a fugitive on the earth. Therefore, anyone who finds me will kill me.” And the Lord said to him: “By no means will it be so; rather, whoever would kill Cain, will be punished sevenfold.” And the Lord placed a seal upon Cain, so that anyone who found him would not put him to death.


And so Cain, departing from the face of the Lord, lived as a fugitive on the earth, toward the eastern region of Eden. Then Cain knew his wife, and she conceived and gave birth to Enoch. And he built a city, and he called its name by the name of his son, Enoch.


Thereafter, Enoch conceived Irad, and Irad conceived Mahujael, and Mahujael conceived Mathusael, and Mathusael conceived Lamech. Lamech took two wives: the name of one was Adah, and the name of the other was Zillah. And Adah conceived Jabel, who was the father of those who live in tents and are shepherds. And the name of his brother was Jubal; he was the father of those who sing to the harp and the organ. Zillah also conceived Tubalcain, who was a hammerer and artisan in every work of brass and iron. In fact, the sister of Tubalcain was Noema. And Lamech said to his wives Adah and Zillah: “Listen to my voice, you wives of Lamech, pay attention to my speech. For I have killed a man to my own harm, and an adolescent to my own bruising. Sevenfold vengeance will be given for Cain, but for Lamech, seventy-seven times.” Adam also knew his wife again, and she gave birth to a son, and she called his name Seth, saying, “God has given me another offspring, in place of Abel, whom Cain killed.” But to Seth also was born a son, whom he called Enos. This one began to invoke the name of the Lord.




The First Genealogy

This is the book of the lineage of Adam. In the day that God created man, he made him to the likeness of God. He created them, male and female; and he blessed them. And he called their name Adam, in the day when they were created. Then Adam lived for one hundred and thirty years. And then he conceived a son in his own image and likeness, and he called his name Seth. And after he conceived Seth, the days of Adam that passed were eight hundred years. And he conceived sons and daughters. And all the time that passed while Adam lived was nine hundred and thirty years, and then he died. Seth likewise lived for one hundred and five years, and then he conceived Enos. And after he conceived Enos, Seth lived for eight hundred and seven years, and he conceived sons and daughters. And all the days of Seth that passed were nine hundred and twelve years, and then he died. In truth, Enos lived ninety years, and then he conceived Cainan. After his birth, he lived eight hundred and fifteen years, and he conceived sons and daughters. And all the days of Enos that passed were nine hundred and five years, and then he died. Likewise, Cainan lived seventy years, and then he conceived Mahalalel. And after he conceived Mahalalel, Cainan lived for eight hundred and forty years, and he conceived sons and daughters. And all the days of Cainan that passed were nine hundred and ten years, and then he died. And Mahalalel lived sixty-five years, and then he conceived Jared. And after he conceived Jared, Mahalalel lived for eight hundred and thirty years, and he conceived sons and daughters. And all the days of Mahalalel that passed were eight hundred and ninety-five years, and then he died. And Jared lived for one hundred and sixty-two years, and then he conceived Enoch. And after he conceived Enoch, Jared lived for eight hundred years, and he conceived sons and daughters. And all the days of Jared that passed were nine hundred and sixty-two years, and then he died. Now Enoch lived for sixty-five years, and then he conceived Methuselah. And Enoch walked with God. And after he conceived Methuselah, he lived for three hundred years, and he conceived sons and daughters. And all the days of Enoch that passed were three hundred and sixty-five years. And he walked with God, and then he was seen no more, because God took him. Likewise, Methuselah lived for one hundred and eighty-seven years, and then he conceived Lamech. And after he conceived Lamech, Methuselah lived for seven hundred and eighty-two years, and he conceived sons and daughters. And all the days of Methuselah that passed were nine hundred and sixty-nine years, and then he died. Then Lamech lived for one hundred and eighty-two years, and he conceived a son. And he called his name Noah, saying, “This one will console us from the works and hardships of our hands, in the land that the Lord has cursed.” And after he conceived Noah, Lamech lived for five hundred and ninety-five years, and he conceived sons and daughters. And all the days of Lamech that passed were seven hundred and seventy-seven years, and then he died. In truth, when Noah was five hundred years old, he conceived Shem, Ham, and Japheth.




The Sons of God

And when men began to be multiplied upon the earth, and daughters were born to them, the sons of God, seeing that the daughters of men were beautiful, took to themselves wives from all whom they chose. And God said: “My spirit shall not remain in man forever, because he is flesh. And so his days shall be one hundred and twenty years.” Now giants were upon the earth in those days. For after the sons of God went in to the daughters of men, and they conceived, these became the powerful ones of ancient times, men of renown. Then God, seeing that the wickedness of men was great upon the earth and that every thought of their heart was intent upon evil at all times, repented that he had made man on the earth. And being touched inwardly with a sorrow of heart, he said, “I will eliminate man, whom I have created, from the face of the earth, from man to other living things, from animals even to the flying things of the air. For it grieves me that I have made them.” Yet truly, Noah found grace before the Lord.






These are the generations of Noah. Noah was a just man, and yet he was predominate among his generations, for he walked with God. And he conceived three sons: Shem, Ham, and Japheth. Yet the earth was corrupted before the eyes of God, and it was filled with iniquity. And when God had seen that the earth had been corrupted, (indeed, all flesh had corrupted its way upon the earth) he said to Noah: “The end of all flesh has arrived in my sight. The earth has been filled with iniquity by their presence, and I will destroy them, along with the earth. Make yourself an ark from smoothed wood. You shall make little dwelling places in the ark, and you shall smear pitch on the interior and exterior. And thus shall you make it: The length of the ark shall be three hundred cubits, its width fifty cubits, and its height thirty cubits. You shall make a window in the ark, and you shall complete it within a cubit of the top. Then you shall set the door of the ark at its side. You shall make in it: a lower part, upper rooms, and a third level. Behold, I shall bring the waters of a great flood upon the earth, so as to put to death all flesh in which there is the breath of life under heaven. All things that are on the earth shall be consumed. And I shall establish my covenant with you, and you shall enter the ark, you and your sons, your wife and the wives of your sons with you. And from every living thing of all that is flesh, you shall lead pairs into the ark, so that they may survive with you: from the male sex and the female, from birds, according to their kind, and from beasts, in their kind, and from among all animals on earth, according to their kind; pairs from each shall enter with you, so that they may be able to live. Therefore, you shall take with you from all the foods that are able to be eaten, and you shall carry these with you. And these shall be used as food, some for you, and the rest for them.” And so Noah did all things just as God had instructed him.




The Flood

And the Lord said to him: “Enter the ark, you and all your house. For I have seen you to be just in my sight, within this generation. From all the clean animals, take seven and seven, the male and the female. Yet truly, from animals that are unclean, take two and two, the male and the female. But also from the birds of the air, take seven and seven, the male and the female, so that offspring may be saved upon the face of the whole earth. For from that point, and after seven days, I will rain upon the earth for forty days and forty nights. And I will wipe away every substance that I have made, from the surface of the earth.” Therefore, Noah did all things just as the Lord had commanded him. And he was six hundred years old when the waters of the great flood inundated the earth. And Noah entered into the ark, and his sons, his wife, and the wives of his sons with him, because of the waters of the great flood. And from the animals both clean and unclean, and from the birds, and from everything that moves upon the earth, two by two they were brought into the ark to Noah, male and female, just as the Lord had instructed Noah. And when seven days had passed, the waters of the great flood inundated the earth. In the six hundredth year of the life of Noah, in the second month, in the seventeenth day of the month, all the fountains of the great abyss were released, and the floodgates of heaven were opened. And rain came upon the earth for forty days and forty nights. On the very same day, Noah and his sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth, and his wife and the three wives of his sons with them, entered the ark. They and every animal according to its kind, and all the cattle in their kind, and everything that moves upon the earth in their kind, and every flying thing according to its kind, all the birds and all that can fly, entered the ark to Noah, two by two out of all that is flesh, in which there was the breath of life. And those that entered went in male and female, from all that is flesh, just as God had instructed him. And then the Lord closed him in from the outside. And the great flood occurred for forty days upon the earth. And the waters were increased, and they lifted the ark high above the land. For they overflowed greatly, and they filled everything on the surface of the earth. And then the ark was carried across the waters. And the waters prevailed beyond measure across the earth. And all the lofty mountains under the whole heaven were covered. The water was fifteen cubits higher than the mountains which it covered. And all flesh was consumed which moved upon the earth: flying things, animals, wild beasts, and all moving things that crawl upon the ground. And all men, and everything in which there is the breath of life on earth, died. And he wiped away all substance that was upon the earth, from man to animal, the crawling things just as much as the flying things of the air. And they were wiped away from the earth. But only Noah remained, and those who were with him in the ark. And the waters possessed the earth for one hundred and fifty days.





Then God remembered Noah, and all living things, and all the cattle, which were with him in the ark, and he brought a wind across the earth, and the waters were diminished. And the fountains of the abyss and the floodgates of heaven were closed. And the rain from heaven was restrained. And the waters were restored to their coming and going from the earth. And they began to diminish after one hundred and fifty days. And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the twenty-seventh day of the month, upon the mountains of Armenia. Yet in truth, the waters were departing and decreasing until the tenth month. For in the tenth month, on the first day of the month, the tips of the mountains appeared. And when forty days had passed, Noah, opening the window that he had made in the ark, sent forth a raven, which went forth and did not return, until the waters were dried up across the earth. Likewise, he sent forth a dove after him, in order to see if the waters had now ceased upon the face of the earth. But when she did not find a place where her foot might rest, she returned to him in the ark. For the waters were upon the whole earth. And he extended his hand and caught her, and he brought her into the ark. And then, having waited a further seven days, he again sent forth the dove out of the ark. And she came to him in the evening, carrying in her mouth an olive branch with green leaves. Noah then understood that the waters had ceased upon the earth. And nevertheless, he waited another seven days. And he sent forth the dove, which no longer returned to him. Therefore, in the six hundred and first year, in the first month, on the first day of the month, the waters were diminished upon the earth. And Noah, opening the cover of the ark, gazed out and saw that the surface of the earth had become dry. In the second month, on the twenty-seventh day of the month, the earth was made dry. Then God spoke to Noah, saying: “Go out of the ark, you and your wife, your sons and the wives of your sons with you. Bring out with you all the living things that are with you, all that is flesh: as with the birds, so also with the wild beasts and all the animals that move upon the earth. And enter upon the land: increase and multiply upon it.” And so Noah and his sons went out, and his wife and the wives of his sons with him. Then also all living things, and the cattle, and the animals that move upon the earth, according to their kinds, departed from the ark.


Then Noah built an altar to the Lord. And, taking from each of the cattle and birds that were clean, he offered holocausts upon the altar. And the Lord smelled the sweet odor and said: “I will no longer curse the earth because of man. For the feelings and thoughts of the heart of man are prone to evil from his youth. Therefore, I will no longer pierce every living soul as I have done. All the days of the earth, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, night and day, will not cease.”


And God blessed Noah and his sons. And he said to them: “Increase, and multiply, and fill the earth. And let the fear and trembling of you be upon all the animals of the earth, and upon all the birds of the air, along with all that moves across the earth. All the fish of the sea have been delivered into your hand. And everything that moves and lives will be food for you. Just as with the edible plants, I have delivered them all to you, except that flesh with blood you shall not eat. For I will examine the blood of your lives at the hand of every beast. So also, at the hand of mankind, at the hand of each man and his brother, I will examine the life of mankind. Whoever will shed human blood, his blood will be poured out. For man was indeed made to the image of God. But as for you: increase and multiply, and go forth upon the earth and fulfill it.”




The Covenant


To Noah and to his sons with him, God also said this: “Behold, I will establish my covenant with you, and with your offspring after you, and with every living soul that is with you: as much with the birds as with the cattle and all the animals of the earth that have gone forth from the ark, and with all the wild beasts of the earth. I will establish my covenant with you, and no longer will all that is flesh be put to death by the waters of a great flood, and, henceforth, there will not be a great flood to utterly destroy the earth.”


And God said: “This is the sign of the pact that I grant between me and you, and to every living soul that is with you, for perpetual generations. I will place my arc in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the pact between myself and the earth. And when I obscure the sky with clouds, my arc will appear in the clouds. And I will remember my covenant with you, and with every living soul that enlivens flesh. And there will no longer be waters from a great flood to wipe away all that is flesh. And the arc will be in the clouds, and I will see it, and I will remember the everlasting covenant that was enacted between God and every living soul of all that is flesh upon the earth.” And God said to Noah, “This will be the sign of the covenant that I have established between myself and all that is flesh upon the earth.”


And so the sons of Noah, who came out of the ark, were Shem, Ham, and Japheth. Now Ham himself is the father of Canaan. These three are the sons of Noah. And from these all the family of mankind was spread over the whole earth.






And Noah, a good farmer, began to cultivate the land, and he planted a vineyard. And by drinking its wine, he became inebriated and was naked in his tent. Because of this, when Ham, the father of Canaan, had indeed seen the privates of his father to be naked, he reported it to his two brothers outside. And truly, Shem and Japheth put a cloak upon their arms, and, advancing backwards, covered the privates of their father. And their faces were turned away, so that they did not see their father’s manhood. Then Noah, awaking from the wine, when he had learned what his younger son had done to him, he said, “Cursed be Canaan, a servant of servants will he be to his brothers.” And he said: “Blessed be the Lord God of Shem, let Canaan be his servant. May God enlarge Japheth, and may he live in the tents of Shem, and let Canaan be his servant.” And after the great flood, Noah lived for three hundred and fifty years. And all his days were completed in nine hundred and fifty years, and then he died.




The Second Genealogy

These are the generations of the sons of Noah: Shem, Ham, and Japheth, and of the sons who were born to them after the great flood.

The sons of Japheth were Gomer, and Magog, and Madai, and Javan, and Tubal, and Meshech, and Tiras. And then the sons of Gomer were Ashkenaz, and Riphath, and Togarmah. And the sons of Javan were Elishah, and Tarshish, Kittim, and Rodanim. The islands of the Gentiles were divided by these into their regions, each one according to his tongue, and their families in their nations.


And the Sons of Ham were Cush, and Mizraim, and Put, and Canaan. And the sons of Cush were Seba, and Havilah, and Sabtah, and Raamah, and Sabteca. The sons of Raamah were Sheba and Dadan. And then Cush conceived Nimrod; he began to be powerful on the earth. And he was an able hunter before the Lord. From this, a proverb came forth: ‘Just like Nimrod, an able hunter before the Lord.’ And so, the beginning of his kingdom was Babylon, and Erech, and Accad, and Chalanne, in the land of Shinar. From that land, Assur came forth, and he built Nineveh, and the streets of the city, and Calah, and also Resen, between Nineveh and Calah. This is a great city. And truly, Mizraim conceived Ludim, and Anamim, and Lehabim, Naphtuhim, and Pathrusim, and Casluhim, from whom came forth the Philistines and the Caphtorim. Then Canaan conceived Sidon his firstborn, the Hittite, and the Jebusite, and the Amorite, the Girgashite,
the Hivite, and the Arkite: the Sinite, and the Arvadian, the Samarite, and the Hamathite. And after this, the peoples of the Canaanites became widespread. And the borders of Chanaan went, as one travels, from Sidon to Gerar, even to Gaza, until one enters Sodom and Gomorrah, and from Admah and Zeboiim, even to Lesa. These are the sons of Ham in their kindred, and tongues, and generations, and lands, and nations.


Likewise, from Shem, the father of all the sons of Heber, the elder brother of Japheth, sons were born. The sons of Shem were Elam, and Asshur, and Arphaxad, and Lud, and Aram. The sons of Aram were Uz, and Hul, and Gether, and Mash. But truly, Arphaxad conceived Shelah, from whom was born Eber. And to Eber were born two sons: the name of the one was Peleg, for in his days the earth became divided, and his brother’s name was Joktan. This Joktan conceived Almodad, and Sheleph, and Hazarmaveth, Jerah and Hadoram, and Uzal and Diklah, and Obal and Abimael, Sheba and Ophir, and Havilah and Jobab. All these were the sons of Joktan. And their habitation extended from Messa, as one sojourns, even to Sephar, a mountain in the east. These are the sons of Shem according to their kindred, and tongues, and the regions within their nations. These are the families of Noah, according to their peoples and nations. The nations became divided according to these, on the earth after the great flood.




The Tower of Babel

Now the earth was of one language and of the same speech. And when they were advancing from the east, they found a plain in the land of Shinar, and they dwelt in it. And each one said to his neighbor, “Come, let us make bricks, and bake them with fire.” And they had bricks instead of stones, and pitch instead of mortar. And they said: “Come, let us make a city and a tower, so that its height may reach to heaven. And let us make our name famous before we are divided into all the lands.” Then the Lord descended to see the city and the tower, which the sons of Adam were building. And he said: “Behold, the people are united, and all have one tongue. And since they have begun to do this, they will not desist from their plans, until they have completed their work.} Therefore, come, let us descend, and in that place confound their tongue, so that they may not listen, each one to the voice of his neighbor.” And so the Lord divided them from that place into all the lands, and they ceased to build the city. And for this reason, its name was called ‘Babel,’ because in that place the language of the whole earth became confused. And from then on, the Lord scattered them across the face of every region.


The End of Holy Scripture