If one is to take a breif look into this information they would easily find a trail of deception that leads straight into the bethel rooms. Job's
daughters claims to base themselves off of the Book of Job in the Holy Bible. Here is a link comparing the Biblical Book of Job with the 5th century
coptic text known as the Testament of Job. This portion of text deal with the inheritance of the daughters of Job.
In light of the information gathered, lets take a look at the grecian robes worn by the Masonic youth organization Job's Daughters International.
Which one of these texts seem to be the inspiration for the garments worn in ritual by the young ladies of this "Biblicaly based" organization. It
sure does not appear to take mention of these cords in the Biblical account. In my opinion as both someone who has researched this subject in great
depth, and also a former member of this organization, I find it to be abusive to lead someone into a ritual while knowingly misleading them as to the
foundational origins and doctorine of the ritual itself. As a Bible believing follower of Jesus Christ, I believe that this display of spiritual false
advertising is what the Bible refers to as "taking the Lord's name in vain". Also here is another link that raises some interesting questions
about the cords. read pages 196-198.