“The sealing of the temple confirms progression of the soul,
follows the polishing of the soul,
achieves a milestone for the spirit of man,
grants access to the altar where high service is required within the fear of God.
The sealing of the temple affirms the will of God,
imposes the stamp of God upon a life,
enlarges access when in audience with God.
The sealing of the temple shows the glow of lampstands all in use,
shows an open door for access to the living water,
shows the way to the hard won victory at the cross.
The sealing of the temple inaugurates and withstands,
secures and upholds,
enables and accomplishes.
The sealing of the temple bespeaks the ways of God,
bespeaks the desires of God,
bespeaks the companionship of God.
The sealing of the temple has assurance within the fold of God,
expresses His will within His wisdom,
projects the life within His care.
The seal upon the temple is the kiss of God,
is the handprint of The Lord,
is the signing of My Spirit.
The seal within the temple denotes purity on record,
denotes the soul under control,
denotes the confidence of God.
The seal withheld from a temple speaks of a work in progress,
speaks of a work without the due priority,
speaks of a work meandering on its way.
The seal withheld from a temple sees assumptions in existence which may prove to be invalid,
which may fail before improvements are completed,
which do not meet the understandings of the cross.
The seal withheld from a temple should be keenly sought,
should be keen for a reappraisal,
should be keen to see the tasks polished and presented,
assessed and corrected,
inspected and verified for truth.
The seal withheld from a temple should have the blemishes removed,
the tarnishing repolished,
the soiling treated with the bleach,
the ramparts fortified for the defence,
the dungeons cleared of the debris:
should signpost the ownership of God.”