“The fashion house of My church clothes My kings and queens,
My princes and My princesses.
The fashion house of My church has seen fashions come and go.
The fashion house of My church should be selective yet gregarious,
specific yet appropriate,
comfortable yet demure,
accepting without demur.
The fashion house of My church is sometimes worldly in attire,
is not sensitive to a dress-sense,
would dress down to satan rather than dress up to God.
The fashion house of My church should at all times exhibit the fear of God,
should at all times be acceptable to God,
should at all times be aware of the presence of God,
should at all times know not to be immersed in the secular rather than the sacred,
should at all times know the grandeur of the beauty in and on My temples –
with their holding of eternal life.
The fashion house of My church should not draw a line within the dirt,
should not bring a sense of shame into My flock,
should not be specific when an infraction becomes obvious.
The fashion house of My church is as My church presents in general,
is as My church in reaching out,
is as My church as the showcase of the questing for excellence –
in preceding the fullness of perfection.
The fashion house of My church should declare their faith in God by observation of the presentation,
should have the wisdom to value highly that seen within the sight of God,
that seen within the sight of man.
The fashion house of My church attend My church attired to praise and worship the Holiness of God,
attend the workplaces of man attired to earn their livelihoods.
The fashion house of My church should be distinguishable by location and of functioning,
should not be able to be confused with the dress sense:
so employed within the livelihood of man;
in a time where such as sport or household maintenance is at the forefront of activity.
The fashion house of My church is not difficult in melding in compliance,
is not difficult to discern after a little introspection,
signifies a sign where justification rears its head,
where excuses are to the fore,
where the dressage of the day would not be worn upon receipt of a written invitation –
to join the very presence of God,
where the perception of some does not extend to the realization of who is already in attendance –
at the gathering post of God.
The fashion house of My church sets a standard for the world to see,
to testify of how a life is changed,
of complacency which says very little about a way of life,
says very little about that which often comes in last –
behind the gatherings of the other gods.
The fashion house of My church is bedecked with grace,
is bedecked with song,
is bedecked with music,
is bedecked by leaders of example,
is bedecked by youth and children in their infancy,
is bedecked with images both by paint and by capture,
is bedecked in reflection of My churches’ attitudes to grace:
in so far as grace should so affect the diminishing of the fear of God.
The fashion house of My church should promote all the positives,
none of the negatives,
in the empowering walk with God.”