...Causing that you should become one in God and God in you, becoming yourselves
transformed before the very eyes of all who see, to stand yourself in the likeness
of your Heavenly Father and Heavenly Mother, even while you are yet in the mortal
Being yourselves changed from that which is corruptible and filled with death, to
that which is eternal and filled with life abundant through the renewing of your
mind; to become yourself as an angel of God while yet you live; to touch the life
of every man and every woman, causing that their faith should likewise grow.
The goal of our faith is exaltation; that by living the sacred principles found in
the Song of God, we might become as “only begotten” of our Heavenly Father and Heavenly
Mother. Furthermore, we believe that exaltation begins with the transformation of
the individual, and that with diligent persistence we can achieve the transcendent
state, becoming in our daily life, the reflection of God’s goodness in the world
of mortal men and women. For the true Gnostic, Yeshua is the supreme example of the
50 How then shall the true Fellowship of God reveal itself unto those who yearn
to find themselves a home? In what manner shall you comport yourself towards those
who believe as you do?
51 For in the true Fellowship of God are even all made as one through covenant,
which covenant would forge together a single heart and mind, reflecting through good
fellowship the family of God on earth.
52 Hear me then and I will tell you, to set before you a good example worthy of
emulation; for in the meeting of a brother or a sister within the Fellowship of God,
let it be the custom to embrace each other and to give to each a holy kiss upon the
cheek, being each to each filled with joyful greetings.
53 Be you then most happy eager in seeking each the other, establishing well through
daily doings the fellowship that you owe; becoming yourself as one most constant,
a light within the fold filled with joy and grace.
54 For this I tell you for your learning, that in fellowship is there found the
beginnings of godly grace, being itself pure and undefiled, having as its only aim
the care of those you meet; creating deep within the heart the bond of true affection,
which affection would bind together even all who would come seeking, to make you
one with God.
What shall it profit a man if he believe in my death and burial, or if he take delight
in my resurrection but does not the things that I say? For I have left unto all who
will, an example that they should follow in my steps, that they might become even
as the Only Begotten of the Father.