In the Oahspe, there are four books that are considered doctrinal in nature and serve as great advice on how best we can live and serve the Creator. These four books are; ‘The Book of Ben’, ‘The Book of Judgement’, ‘The Book of Inspiration’ and ‘The Book of Discipline’. These four books contain a lot of information on spiritual disciplines and how we can bring them into our lives.
The book of Disciplines explains how and what we should do if we want to enter into Jehovih’s (Creators) kingdom, in chapter nine, God (one of the Creators highest Angels) explains who will and will not be prepared to enter the kingdom of Jehovih.
- “I desire to put away my selfishness, and passions, and sentiments of unrighteousness and unclean thoughts — and words.”
- “I desire more to serve others than myself.”
- “I desire no possessions, nor preference over another, nor to be leader nor a chief.”
- “I wish to discipline myself not to speak of myself.”
- “I would learn to speak truth only.”
- “I would that I were affiliative.”
- “I desire to do good unto other continually.”
- “I long for association.”
- “I will not criticise any person, nor censure them, or find fault with them.”
- “I will conform to the rites and discipline of the fraternity.”
- “I will fulfill my convenants with Jehovih, with all my wisdom and strength.”
- “I renounce isolated labor.”
- “I renounce the unorganized world.”
- “I renounce the Uzians.” — Meaning the worlds people
- “I consecrate myself to Jehovih.”
- “I give up all unto Him.”
- “What I do henceforth shall be by and through the fraternity in His name.”
These people are not prepared to enter the kingdom of Jehovih, who say;
- “I want a home for comfort’s sake, and where I may lead an easy life.”
- “I desire this because I shall have opportunity to improve myself.”
- “I desire this because I cannot care for myself, and that I may be cared for.”
- “Where I may shirk my responsibilities.”
It is never to late to turn back to the Creator, he has never turned his back on us. The path to the Creator is not easy, but the more we resist, the harder our lessons become. In chapter nine, verse 25 of ‘The Book of Discipline’, god says “To put away flesh-food is easy, but to put away dark thoughts and words — who can do this in a day?” To change takes time, a lot of time for some people.
To live a life of purity takes daily practice and a lot of discipline and patience. The world is changing and the Golden Age is coming, but we are still surrounded by darkness of those beings that are doing everything in their power to get us to live selfish, materialistic and unhappy lives.
The way this world is currently setup is to cause as much pain and suffering as possible, when we let power hungry humans control the planet it is not surprising that a world of great pain and misery is created. The Creator has shown us how to create his kingdom upon earth, it is now up to us to create it and live it.