“My saints in celebration are never short of praise,
for all which God has given them,
for all in which they are surrounded.
My saints in celebration have reasons to be thankful,
have reasons to rejoice,
have reasons for reflection in gratitude and grace.
My saints in celebration raise and clap their open hands,
tap and dance their feet in time,
nod with smiles of much delight as seen on all their faces.
My saints in celebration greet the communion of the bread and wine,
are welcomed at the banquet table where the feast is spread.
My saints in celebration open wide their eyes where the selections are so great,
open wide their eyes at all the offerings of The Lord,
open wide their eyes when asked to choose and take.
My saints in celebration have much to see and do,
have much to hear and absorb,
have much to say in wisdom as topics come and go.
My saints in celebration can travel to and fro,
can pickup and put down,
can bring and share at the designations of the day.
My saints in celebration can visit and replenish,
can laugh and giggle at the memories,
can surprise and be surprised at the recall of others present.
My saints in celebration are open in encouragement,
are open with their sharing,
are open to the possibilities as practiced and as promised.
My saints in celebration know how to have a party where everyone is happy,
know how to be grateful to witness grace in action,
know how to testify of the divine changes in their lives.
My saints in celebration do not bring joyless hearts,
do not bring aches and pain,
do not bring faces ashen and drawn out.
My saints in celebration have the affirmation of the value of their lives,
use the jokes which do not bring offence,
meet with others to discuss the ‘where’s’ the ‘why’s’ the ‘how’s’ of their walks with God.
My saints in celebration are considerate of the past,
are honouring of the present,
are busy for the future.
My saints in celebration unfold life within a family,
hold high the children of The Lord,
bless in reaching out to the sanctified who may be under care.
My saints in celebration adore a feed of meat,
are not so keen on custard and such others made with milk.
My saints in celebration meet within the will of God,
meet in adoration of their God,
meet in praise and worship as the highlights of the days of celebration.
My saints in celebration hold the fear of God closely in their hearts,
hold the supremacy of God high above their reach,
hold the presence of God dwelling in their temples.
My saints in celebration have eyes wedded in fixation on The Bride:
of all that does and shall mean to the body soul and spirit,
of all that is implied and taught as necessary for inclusion in such a throng of God.
My saints in celebration are vibrant and impressive,
are vigorous and sincere,
are friendly and inviting.
My saints in celebration have music in accord,
have songs of meaning and participation,
have accompaniments impressive in their beauty of both style and sound.
My saints in celebration enjoy their daily walks with God,
enjoy daily conversations as placed within their prayer lives,
enjoy their developing relationships with the God of truth and love.
My saints in celebration have unity in the setting of their end-time goal,
have decided on their destiny of choice,
have followed the prime example which shall surely lead them home.
My saints in celebration are on an extending way –
reaching higher and higher until arrival at the clouds –
as the journey is answered in fulfilment by the greetings of The Lord.”