We Are Responsible for Each Other

“Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, and o unto thy fellow man as thou wouldst have him do unto thee.” (Eskra 44:8)

When difficulties arise either in one’s family or within the congregations of our blessed people, it is always important to enlist the assistance of wise and mature brethren. His Divine Presence has placed within your reach brothers and sisters who can lend a helping hand with wise counsel in any difficult situation and if at all possible your request for such help should never be delayed. Do not be embarrassed about asking for advice and counsel from your brothers.
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The Breath of Life Leads to our True Home

“Man perceived the magnitude and glory of the corporeal worlds. He said, How shall I speak of Your great works, O Jehovih, and of Your wisdom and power! Shall I open my mouth before You! I look upon Your countless stars, suns and moons, spread out over the heavens! The millions of years You have rolled them on in the never-ending firmament! Processions in and out, and round about, of mighty worlds! By Your breath going forth!
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What Does it Mean to be a Faithist?

A Testimony Shared by Sister M.

When I was younger I used to witness my mother praying beside her bed on many occasions. On many of those occasions she would kneel down while she was sobbing. My father was physically abusive to her, but her friends never knew anything about it. She was a very private lady, and she never wanted to burden anyone with her problems.
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Jehovih’s Worshippers are a Family

It was recently brought to my attention that there are a few individuals on the internet calling themselves Faithists, who at the same time are promoting racial superiority. I am familiar with who they are, and I can ensure you that these individuals are not associated with the Worldwide Faithist Association (Essene Faithists). Our Association does not tolerate such blatant disregard for the teachings of the Oahspe.

Our Oahspe Bible is clear on the matter that while Faithists are set apart from the world, as humans our tribe, our race, our ethnicity, our nationality, our colour, or our gender does not entitle us to any special privilege or ranking in the Kingdom of the Creator. Racism and discrimination against genders is not about black, white, yellow, brown or red, or which gender is better than the other; rather, such ideas promote a lack of understanding concerning the Creator’s love for all humanity, especially those who call upon Him in truth and righteousness.
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