The Spirit of Anger

Eph 5:1 

Be ye therefore followers of Alahayim, as dear children; 

Eph 5:2 

And walk in love, as Meshiyacha also hath loved us, and hath given himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to Alahayim for a sweet smelling savour. 

Psa 145:8 

AHAYAH is gracious, and full of compassion; slow to anger, and of great mercy.

Jas 1:19 

Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath:

 Jas 1:20 

For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of Alahayim

 Ecc 7:9 

Be not hasty in thy spirit to be angry: for anger resteth in the bosom of fools.

Pro 14:17 

He that is soon angry dealeth foolishly: and a man of wicked devices is hated. 

Pro 29:22

  An angry man stirreth up strife, and a furious man aboundeth in transgression.

Pro 16:32 

He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty; and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city.

Pro 14:29 

He that is slow to wrath is of great understanding: but he that is hasty of spirit exalteth folly. 

Testament of Gad 4:7

For the spirit of hatred worketh together with Satan, through hastiness of spirit, in all things to men’s death; but the spirit of love worketh together with the law of Alahayim in long-suffering unto the salvation of men

 

  • (The cure is love in long suffering.)

Pro 19:11 

The discretion of a man deferreth his anger; and it is his glory to pass over a transgression.

Eph 4:26 

Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: (Pray before sundown and forgive from your heart whomever has sinned against you, so you don’t give place to the devil. For if you don’t forgive from your heart, neither will your heavenly Father forgive you) Matthew 6:14-15

Eph 4:27 

Neither give place to the devil. 

Eph 4:30 

And grieve not the holy Spirit of Alahayim, whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption. 

Eph 4:31

  Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice: 

Eph 4:32 

And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as Alahayim for Meshiyacha's sake hath forgiven you. 

 

Shepard of Hermas Mandate (Command 5) Angry Temper

Mandate 5

1[33]:1 "Be thou long-suffering and understanding," he saith, "and thou shalt have the mastery over all evil deeds, and shalt work all righteousness.

1[33]:2 For if thou art long-suffering, the Holy Spirit that abideth in thee shall be pure, not being darkened by another evil spirit, but dwelling in a large room shall rejoice and be glad with the vessel in which she dwelleth, and shall serve Alahayim with much cheerfulness, having prosperity in herself.

1[33]:3 But if any angry temper approach, forthwith the Holy Spirit, being delicate, is straitened, not having [the] place clear, and seeketh to retire from the place; for she is being choked by the evil spirit, and has no room to minister unto AHAYAH, as she desireth, being polluted by angry temper. For AHAYAH dwelleth in long-suffering, but the devil in angry temper.

1[33]:4 Thus that both the spirits then should be dwelling together is inconvenient and evil for that man in whom they dwell.

1[33]:5 For if you take a little wormwood, and pour it into a jar of honey, is not the whole of the honey spoiled, and all that honey ruined by a very small quantity of wormwood? For it destroyeth the sweetness of the honey, and it no longer hath the same attraction for the owner, because it is rendered bitter and hath lost its use. But if the wormwood be not put into the honey, the honey is found sweet and becomes useful to its owner.

1[33]:6 Thou seest [then] that long-suffering is very sweet, beyond the sweetness of honey, and is useful to AHAYAH, and He dwelleth in it. But angry, temper is bitter and useless. If then angry temper be mixed with long-suffering, long-suffering is polluted and the man's intercession is no longer useful to Alahayim."

1[33]:7 "I would fain know, Sir," say I, "the working of angry temper, that I may guard myself from it." "Yea, verily," saith he, "if thou guard not thyself from it--thou and thy family--thou hast lost all thy hope. But guard thyself from it; for I am with thee. Yea, and all men shall hold aloof from it, as many as have repented with their whole heart. For I will be with them and will preserve them; for they all were justified by the most holy angel.

2[34]:1 "Hear now," saith he, "the working of angry temper, how evil it is, and how it subverteth the servants of Alahayim by its own working, and how it leadeth them astray from righteousness. But it doth not lead astray them that are full in the faith, nor can it work upon them, because the power of AHAYAH is with them; but them that are empty and double-minded it leadeth astray.

2[34]:2 For when it seeth such men in prosperity it insinuates itself into the heart of the man, and for no cause whatever the man or the woman is embittered on account of worldly matters, either about meats, or some triviality, or about some friend, or about giving or receiving, or about follies of this kind. For all these things are foolish and vain and senseless and inexpedient for the servants of Alahayim.

2[34]:3 But long-suffering is great and strong, and has a mighty and vigorous power, and is prosperous in great enlargement, gladsome, exultant, free from care, glorifying AHAYAH at every season, having no bitterness in itself, remaining always gentle and tranquil. This long-suffering therefore dwelleth with those whose faith is perfect.

2[34]:4 But angry temper is in the first place foolish, fickle and senseless; then from foolishness is engendered bitterness, and from bitterness wrath, and from wrath anger, and from anger spite; then spite being composed of all these evil elements becometh a great sin and incurable.

2[34]:5 For when all these spirits dwell in one vessel, where the Holy Spirit also dwelleth, that vessel cannot contain them, but overfloweth.

2[34]:6 The delicate spirit therefore, as not being accustomed to dwell with an evil spirit nor with harshness, departeth from a man of that kind, and seeketh to dwell with gentleness and tranquility.

2[34]:7 Then, when it hath removed from that man, in whom it dwells, that man becometh emptied of the righteous spirit, and henceforward, being filled with the evil spirits, he is unstable in all his actions, being dragged about hither and thither by the evil spirits, and is altogether blinded and bereft of his good intent. Thus then it happeneth to all persons of angry temper.

 

The CURE

Hermas Mandate 5

2[34]:8 Refrain therefore from angry temper, the most evil of evil spirits. But clothe thyself in long-suffering, and resist angry temper and bitterness, and thou shalt be round in company with the holiness which is beloved of AHAYAH. See then that thou never neglect this commandment; for if thou master this commandment, thou shalt be able likewise to keep the remaining commandments, which I am about to give thee. Be strong in them and endowed with power; and let all be endowed with power, as many as desire to walk in them."

Mat 5:21 

Ye have heard that it was said by them of old time, Thou shalt not kill; and whosoever shall kill shall be in danger of the judgment: 

Mat 5:22 

But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment: and whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council: but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire. 

  • (The cause has to be a righteous cause because he also said “fret not thyself in any wise to do evil psalms 37:8” so you should not use just any cause to get angry and you still have to forgive thy brother and give not place to the devil. Neither did he say to Rail on thy brother because that is a work of the flesh)

Mat 5:23 

Therefore if thou bring thy gift to the altar, and there rememberest that thy brother hath ought against thee; 

Mat 5:24 

Leave there thy gift before the altar, and go thy way; first be reconciled to thy brother, and then come and offer thy gift. 

Mat 5:25 

Agree with thine adversary quickly, whiles thou art in the way with him; lest at any time the adversary deliver thee to the judge, and the judge deliver thee to the officer, and thou be cast into prison. 

Mat 5:26 

Verily I say unto thee, Thou shalt by no means come out thence, till thou hast paid the uttermost farthing.

  • The Holy Spirit spake in the Psalms of David to cease from anger and forsake wrath.

Psa 37:1 

A Psalm of David. Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious against the workers of iniquity. 

Psa 37:2 

For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and wither as the green herb. 

Psa 37:3 

Trust in AHAYAH, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily thou shalt be fed. 

Psa 37:4 

Delight thyself also in AHAYAH; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. 

Psa 37:5 

Commit thy way unto AHAYAH; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass. 

Psa 37:6 

And he shall bring forth thy righteousness as the light, and thy judgment as the noonday. 

Psa 37:7 

Rest in AHAYAH, and wait patiently for him: fret not thyself because of him who prospereth in his way, because of the man who bringeth wicked devices to pass. 

Psa 37:8 

Cease from anger, and forsake wrath: fret not thyself in any wise to do evil.

Psa 37:27 

Depart from evil, and do good; and dwell for evermore. 

 

Symptoms of the Spirit of Hatred 

Testamen of Gad 4:1

4 I Beware, therefore, my children of hatred; for it worketh lawlessness even against AHAYAH Himself.

2 For it will not hear the words of His commandments concerning the loving of one’s neighbour,

3 and it sinneth against Alahayim. For if a brother stumble, it delighteth immediately to proclaim it to all men, and is urgent that he should be judged for it, and be punished and be put to death.

4 And if it be a servant it stirreth him up against his master, and with every affliction it deviseth against

5 him if possibly he can be put to death, for hatred worketh with envy also against them that prosper: so long as it heareth of or seeth their success, it always languisheth.

6 For as love would quicken even the dead, and would call back them that are condemned to die, so hatred would slay the living, and those that had sinned venially it would not suffer to live.

7 For the spirit of hatred worketh together with Satan, through hastiness of spirit, in all things to men’s death;

  • (To overcome lying, one has to slow down and think before speaking to ensure one is listening well and being honest in one’s heart. Being rash will lead one to error, this is why the scripture tells us to hear before answering, nor to interrupt people while they are talking {Sir 11:8} because it's hastiness and pride that will cause one to speak before having full understanding or interrupt a person while they are talking because one feels like one has something to say.)

 5 1 Hatred, therefore, is evil, for it constantly mateth with lying, speaking against the truth; and it maketh small things to be great, and causeth the light to be darkness, and calleth the sweet bitter, and teacheth slander, and kindleth wrath, and stirreth up war, and violence and all covetousness;

2 it filleth the heart with evils and devilish poison.

Symptoms of the Spirit of Anger

Testament of Dan 2:2-6;3:1-4;4:2-3

2 For anger is blindness, and does not suffer one to see the face of any man with truth.

3 For though it be a father or a mother, he behaveth towards them as enemies; though it be a brother, he knoweth him not; though it be a prophet of AHAYAH, he disobeyeth him; though

4 a righteous man, he regardeth him not; though a friend, he doth not acknowledge him. For the spirit of anger encompasseth him with the net of deceit, and blindeth his eyes, and through lying

5 darkeneth his mind, and giveth him its own peculiar vision. And wherewith encompasseth it his eyes

6 with hatred of heart, so as to be envious of his brother.

 

3:1 For anger is an evil thing, my children, for it troubleth even the soul itself.

2 And the body of the angry man it maketh its own, and over his soul it getteth the mastery, and

3 it bestoweth upon the body power that it may work all iniquity. And when the body does all

4 these things, the soul justifieth what is done, since it seeth not aright.

4:2 Understand ye, therefore, the power of wrath, that it is vain. For it first of all giveth provocation by word; then by deeds it strengtheneth him who is angry, and with sharp losses disturbeth his

3 mind, and so stirreth up with great wrath his soul.

 

Testament of Dan 2-5:1-3;Ch 6

2 1 And now, my children, behold I am dying, and I tell you of a truth, that unless ye keep yourselves from the spirit of lying and of anger, and love truth and longsuffering, ye shall perish.

2 For anger is blindness, and does not suffer one to see the face of any man with truth.

3 For though it be a father or a mother, he behaveth towards them as enemies; though it be a brother, he knoweth him not; though it be a prophet of AHAYAH, he disobeyeth him; though

4 a righteous man, he regardeth him not; though a friend, he doth not acknowledge him. For the spirit of anger encompasseth him with the net of deceit, and blindeth his eyes, and through lying

5 darkeneth his mind, and giveth him its own peculiar vision. And wherewith encompasseth it his eyes

6 with hatred of heart, so as to be envious of his brother.

3 1 For anger is an evil thing, my children, for it troubleth even the soul itself. And the body of the angry man it maketh its own, and over his soul it getteth the mastery, and 3 it bestoweth upon the body power that it may work all iniquity. And when the body does all 4 these things, the soul justifieth what is done, since it seeth not aright. Therefore he that is wrathful, if he be a mighty man, hath a threefold power in his anger: one by the help of his servants; and a second by his wealth, whereby he persuadeth and overcometh wrongfully; and thirdly, having his 5 own natural power he worketh thereby the evil. And though the wrathful man be weak, yet hath 6 he a power twofold of that which is by nature; for wrath ever aideth such in lawlessness. This spirit goeth always with lying at the right hand of Satan, that with cruelty and lying his works may be wrought.

4 1, 2 Understand ye, therefore, the power of wrath, that it is vain. For it first of all giveth

provocation by word; then by deeds it strengtheneth him who is angry, and with sharp losses

disturbeth his 3 mind, and so stirreth up with great wrath his soul. Therefore, when any one

speaketh against you, be not ye moved to anger, [and if any man praiseth you as holy men, be not

uplifted: be not moved 4 either to delight or to disgust]. For first it pleaseth the hearing, and so maketh the mind keen to perceive the grounds for provocation; and then being enraged, he thinketh that he is justly angry 5 If ye fall into any loss or ruin, my children, be not afflicted; for this very spirit maketh (a man) 6 desire that which is perishable, in order that he may be enraged through the affliction. And if ye suffer loss voluntarily, or involuntarily, be not vexed; for from vexation ariseth wrath with lying. 7 Moreover, a twofold mischief is wrath with lying; and they assist one another in order to disturb the heart; and when the soul is continually disturbed, AHAYAH departeth from it, and Beliar ruleth over it.

The CURE

5 1 Observe, therefore, my children, the commandments of AHAYAH, And keep His law; Depart from wrath, And hate lying, That AHAYAH may dwell among you, And Beliar may flee from you. 2 Speak truth each one with his neighbor. So shall ye not fall into wrath and confusion; But ye shall be in peace, having the Alahayim of peace, So shall no war prevail over you. 3 Love AHAYAH through all your life, And one another with a true heart. (love with a true heart, hate lying, and speak truth.)

6 1, 2 And now, fear AHAYAH, my children, and beware of Satan and his spirits. Draw near unto Alahayim and unto the angel that intercedeth for you, for he is a mediator between Alahayim and man, and for the 3 peace of Israel he shall stand up against the kingdom of the enemy. Therefore is the enemy eager 4 to destroy all that call upon AHAYAH. For he knoweth that upon the day on which Israel shall 5 repent, the kingdom of the enemy shall be brought to an end. For the very angel of peace shall 6 strengthen Israel, that it fall not into the extremity of evil. And it shall be in the time of the lawlessness of Israel, that AHAYAH will not depart from them, but will transform them into a nation 7 that doeth His will, for none of the angels will be equal unto him. And His name shall be in every place in Israel, and among the Gentiles. 8 Keep, therefore, yourselves, my children, from every evil work, and cast away wrath and all lying, and love truth and long-suffering.

 

Testament of Gad ch. 3-5:1-6; ch. 6

3 1 And now, my children, hearken to the words of truth to work righteousness, and all the law of the Most High, and go not astray through the spirit of hatred, for it is evil in all the doings of 2 men. Whatsoever a man doeth the hater abominateth him: and though a man worketh the law of AHAYAH, he praiseth him not; though a man feareth AHAYAH, and taketh pleasure in that which is 3 righteous, he loveth him not. He dispraiseth the truth, he envieth him that prospereth, he welcometh evil-speaking, he loveth arrogance, for hatred blindeth his soul; as I also then looked on Joseph.

4 I Beware, therefore, my children of hatred; for it worketh lawlessness even against AHAYAH Himself. 2 For it will not hear the words of His commandments concerning the loving of one’s neighbor, 3 and it sinneth against Alahayim. For if a brother stumble, it delighteth immediately to proclaim it to all men, and is urgent that he should be judged for it, and be punished and be put to death. 4 And if it be a servant it stirreth him up against his master, and with every affliction it deviseth against 5 him if possibly he can be put to death, For hatred worketh with envy also against them that prosper: so long as it heareth of or seeth their success, it always languisheth. 6 For as love would quicken even the dead, and would call back them that are condemned to die, so hatred would slay the living, and those that had sinned venially it would not suffer to live. 7 For the spirit of hatred worketh together with Satan, through hastiness of spirit, in all things to men’s death; but the spirit of love worketh together with the law of Alahayim in long-suffering unto the salvation of men.

5 1 Hatred, therefore, is evil, for it constantly mateth with lying, speaking against the truth; and it maketh small things to be great, and causeth the light to be darkness, and calleth the sweet bitter, and teacheth slander, and kindleth wrath, and stirreth up war, and violence and all covetousness; 2 it filleth the heart with evils and devilish poison. These things, therefore, I say to you from experience, my children, that ye may drive forth hatred, which is of the devil, and cleave to 3 the love of Alahayim. Righteousness casteth out hatred, humility destroyeth envy. For he that is just and humble is ashamed to do what is unjust, being reproved not of another, but of his own heart, 4 because AHAYAH looketh on his inclination. He speaketh not against a holy man, because the fear 5 of Alahayim overcometh hatred. For fearing lest he should offend AHAYAH, he will not do wrong to any 6, man, even in thought.

6 1 And now, my children, I exhort you, love ye each one his brother, and put away hatred from 2 your hearts, love one another in deed, and in word, and in the inclination of the soul. For in the presence of my father I spake peaceably to Joseph; and when I had gone out, the spirit of hatred darkened my mind, and stirred up my soul to slay him. 3 Love ye, therefore, one another from the heart; and if a man sin against thee, cast forth the poison of hate and speak peaceably to him, and in thy soul hold not guile; and if he confess and repent, forgive him. 4 But if he deny it, do not get into a passion with him, lest catching the poison from thee he take 5 to swearing and so thou sin doubly. [Let not another man hear thy secrets when engaged in legal strife, lest he come to hate thee and become thy enemy, and commit a great sin against thee; for 6 often times he addresseth thee guilefully or busieth himself about thee with wicked intent.] And though he deny it and yet have a sense of shame when reproved, give over reproving him. For he who denieth may repent so as not again to wrong thee; yea, he may also honour thee, and [fear 7 and] be at peace with thee And if he be shameless and persist in his wrong-doing, even so forgive him from the heart, and leave to Alahayim the avenging

 

Shepard of Hermas Mandate 12:1-3:1

1[44]:1 He saith to me; "Remove from thyself all evil desire, and clothe thyself in the desire which is good and holy; for clothed with this desire thou shalt hate the evil desire, and shalt bridle and direct it as thou wilt.

1[44]:2 For the evil desire is wild, and only tamed with difficulty; for it is terrible, and by its wildness is very costly to men; more especially if a servant of Alahayim get entangled in it, and have no understanding, he is put to fearful costs by it. But it is costly to such men as are not clothed in the good desire, but are mixed up with this life "These men then it hands over to death."

1[44]:3 "Of what sort, Sir," say I, "are the works of the evil desire, which hand over men to death? Make them known to me, that I may hold aloof from them." Listen," [saith he,] "through what works the evil desire bringeth death to the servants of Alahayim.

2[45]:1 "Before all is desire for the wife or husband of another, and for extravagance of wealth, and for many needless dainties, and for drinks and other luxuries, many and foolish. For even luxury is foolish and vain for the servants of Alahayim.

2[45]:2 These desires then are evil, and bring death to the servants of Alahayim. For this evil desire is a daughter of the devil. Ye must, therefore, abstain from the evil desires, that so abstaining ye may live unto Alahayim.

2[45]:3 But as many as are mastered by them, and resist them not, are done to death utterly; for these desires are deadly.

2[45]:4 But do thou clothe thyself in the desire of righteousness, and, having armed thyself with the fear of AHAYAH, resist them. For the fear of Alahayim dwelleth in the good desire. If the evil desire shall see thee armed with the fear of Alahayim and resisting itself, it shall flee far from thee, and shall no more be seen of thee, being in fear of thine arms.

2[45]:5 Do thou therefore, when thou art crowned for thy victory over it, come to the desire of righteousness, and deliver to her the victor's prize which thou hast received, and serve her, according as she herself desireth. If thou serve the good desire, and art subject to her, thou shalt have power to master the evil desire, and to subject her, according as thou wilt."

3[46]:1 "I would fain know, Sir," say I, "in what ways I ought to serve the good desire." "Listen," saith he; "practice righteousness and virtue, truth and the fear of AHAYAH, faith and gentleness, and as many good deeds as are like these. Practicing these thou shalt be well-pleasing as a servant of Alahayim, and shalt live unto Him; yea, and every one who shall serve the good desire shall live unto Alahayim."

 

Col 3:1 

If ye then be risen with Meshiyacha, seek those things which are above, where Meshiyacha sitteth on the right hand of Alahayim. 

Col 3:2 

Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. 

Col 3:3 

For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Meshiyacha in Alahayim. 

Col 3:4 

When Meshiyacha, who is our life, shall appear, then shall ye also appear with him in glory. 

Col 3:5   

Mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth; fornication, uncleanness, inordinate affection, evil concupiscence, and covetousness, which is idolatry: 

Col 3:6 

For which things' sake the wrath of Alahayim cometh on the children of disobedience: 

Col 3:7 

In the which ye also walked some time, when ye lived in them. 

Col 3:8 

But now ye also put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, filthy communication out of your mouth. 

Col 3:9 

Lie not one to another, seeing that ye have put off the old man with his deeds; 

Col 3:10 

And have put on the new man, which is renewed in knowledge after the image of him that created him: 

Eph 4:30 

And grieve not the holy Spirit of Alahayim, whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption. 

Eph 4:23 

And be renewed in the spirit of your mind; 

Eph 4:24 

And that ye put on the new man, which after Alahayim is created in righteousness and true holiness. 

Eph 4:31 

Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice: 

Eph 4:32 

And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as Alahayim for Meshiyacha's sake hath forgiven you.

 

Understanding Bitterness

Shepard of Hermas Parable 9:

27[104]:3 Blessed I pronounced you all to be--I the angel of repentance--whoever of you are guileless as infants, because your part is good and honorable in the sight of Alahayim.

27[104]:4 Moreover I bid all of you, whoever have received this seal, keep guilelessness, and bear no grudge, and continue not in your wickedness nor in the memory of the offenses of bitterness; but become of one spirit, and heal these evil clefts and take them away from among you, that the owner of the flocks may rejoice concerning them.

27[104a]:5 For he will rejoice, if he find all things whole. But if he find any part of the flock scattered, woe unto the shepherds.

27[104a]:6 For if the shepherds themselves shall have been found scattered, how will they answer for the flocks? Will they say that they were harassed by the flock? No credence will be given them. For it is an incredible thing that a shepherd should be injured by his flock; and he will be punished the more because of his falsehood. And I am the shepherd, and it behoveth me most strongly to render an account for you.

32[109]:1 "Amend yourselves therefore, while the tower is still in course of building.

32[109]:2 AHAYAH dwelleth in men that love peace; for to Him peace is dear; but from the contentious and them that are given up to wickedness He keepeth afar off. Restore therefore to Him your spirit whole as ye received it.

32[109]:3 For suppose thou hast given to a fuller a new garment whole, and desirest to receive it back again whole, but the fuller give it back to thee torn, wilt thou receive it thus? Wilt thou not at once blaze out and attack him with reproaches, saying; "The garment which I gave thee was whole; wherefore hast thou rent it and made it useless? See, by reason of the rent, which thou hast made in it, it cannot be of use." Wilt thou not then say all this to a fuller even about a rent which he has made in thy garment?

32[109]:4 If therefore thou art thus vexed in the matter of thy garment, and complainest because thou receivest it not back whole, what thinkest thou AHAYAH will do to thee, He, Who gave thee the spirit whole, and thou hast made it absolutely useless, so that it cannot be of any use at all to its Adono? For its use began to be useless, when it was corrupted by thee. Will not therefore the Adono of this spirit for this thy deed punish [thee with death]?"

32[109]:5 "Certainly," I said, "all those, whomsoever He shall find continuing to bear malice, He will punish." "Trample not," said he, "upon His mercy, but rather glorify Him, because He is so long-suffering with your sins, and is not like unto you. Practice then repentance which is expedient for you.

33[110]:1 "All these things which are written above I, the shepherd, the angel of repentance, have declared and spoken to the servants of Alahayim. If then ye shall believe and hear my words, and walk in them, and amend your ways, ye shall be able to live. But if ye continue in wickedness and in bearing malice, no one of this kind shall live unto Alahayim. All things which were to be spoken by me have (now) been spoken to you."