“The home of Godly wisdom is a sanctuary of love,
a sanctuary of contentment,
a sanctuary of happiness with life,
a sanctuary of well-being with God.
The home of Godly wisdom declares the spirit’s unity with the soul,
declares leadership into eternity,
declares awareness of My Spirit’s Temples,
declares adoption into the family of God.
The home of Godly wisdom knows the provisioning of God,
knows the gifts of God,
knows the taskings of God,
knows the blessings of God,
knows the favour of the Lord through a spirit sensitized and sensitive to God.
The home of Godly wisdom is welcoming and friendly,
is solicitous and caring,
is consolidated and complete.
The home of Godly wisdom is grateful and appreciative,
is accepting and offering,
is inspiring and intuitive.
The home of Godly wisdom reflexes and abounds,
condenses and concentrates,
approaches and invites.
The home of Godly wisdom has a vestibule of welcome,
has a vestibule of light,
has a vestibule where darkness never hides.
The home of Godly wisdom is comfortable and at rest,
hearkens to the songs of The Spirit,
has eyes focussed on the vision of the goal.
The home of Godly wisdom has no secrets within its walls,
has no lies within its eaves,
has no reflections of shame seen upon its mirrors.
The home of Godly wisdom is an outpost of The Kingdom,
is an outpost of a beacon shining in the night,
is an outpost filled with the testimony of The Lord.
The home of Godly wisdom is the sacred amongst the secular,
is the island lit for standing out,
is the lighthouse flashing messages to the multitudes at large,
is the refuge set for reclamation,
is the first aid post equipped and ready for demand,
is the centre of compassion authorised to dispense the healing balm of Gilead.
The home of Godly wisdom sees to the warrants of fitness issued for each body soul and spirit:
for the underwriter to a journey –
as each nears completion in the time of preparation.
The home of Godly wisdom is ascribed to the beneficence of God,
is ascribed to the counsel of The Spirit,
is ascribed to the construction of a temple,
is ascribed to a new covenant in place,
is ascribed to the sacrifice of a father,
is ascribed to the obedience of a son,
is ascribed to the will of The Loving God.”