We use a variety of Eberyeh (Hebrew) scriptures for study. As Sha’ul (Paul) said, “All scripture is breathed out by Aluhayim and profitable for teaching, setting straight, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of Aluhayim may be fitted, equipped for every good work.” (2 Timothy 3:16-17) Just because certain groups claim that only the 66 books of the bible are fit to be read does not mean that is true, but rather that it is that groups dogma. 2000 years ago there was much more that was considered scripture, and quotes and citations from them are in the standard 66-book bible written by people like Sha’ul (Paul), Yahudah (Jude), and even the Messiah himself spoke things that were paralleled in prophecy of 1 Enoch. Below is a list of the various texts we use. This list is not all which we believe is valid—it’s simply what we have studied the most.

Texts Used

Old Testament Era

The Standard Scriptures (Genesis-Revelation)
Greek Septuagint Old Testament with Apocrypha (LXX)


1 Enoch
Testament of the Twelve Patriarchs
2 Baruch
3 Baruch
2 Esdras


Book of Jasher
Book of Jubilees
1 Esdras
1 Maccabees
2 Maccabees
3 Maccabees
4 Maccabees
Bel and the Dragon
1 Adam and Eve
2 Adam and Eve
Tales of the Patriarchs
Book of Giants


Wisdom of Sirach
Wisdom of Solomon
Epistle of Jerimiah
Prayer of Azariah
Prayer of Manesseh

New Testament Era

Shepherd of Hermas
1 Clements
Epistle of Barnabas
Revelation of Esdras
Apocalypse of Peter