“The fire of life frees and liberates man.
The fire of life comes as the refiner’s fire:
lifting off the dross to reveal the gleam of purity.
The fire of life neither burns nor scorches the temple of The Spirit.
The fire of life achieves its purpose in silence:
is not present in the fire which crackles as it burns,
does not generate the smoke which smothers,
does not create a scream labelled with the voice of man.
The fire of life is at the body temperature of man:
does not require a fever,
does not frequent the mind with drugs,
does not hallucinate in flights of fancy.
The fire of life is visible when the angels so decree,
when My Spirit knows a temple in the being,
when the Father welcomes the glory of The Son,
when the heart is due a blessing which the spirit and the soul will not forget.
The fire of life is timed on man:
increases with the gratitude and the praise;
subsides as the wonder on a face declines;
magnifies by spreading from one unto another;
does not encroach upon the fear-filled and the frightened when they are poised to flee.
The fire of life brings silence as holiness descends,
brings healing as the worldly nature encounters its departure,
brings purity to the soul following an act of contrition,
brings a glow lingering upon a countenance,
brings strength to the foundations of the temple,
brings confirmation of the love of God,
brings forth a linking of the arms of man with the arms of God.
The fire of life cannot have its embers raked,
cannot have its embers stoked,
cannot have its embers found:
will not re-ignite the fire of yesterday as born of man,
will not re-surface on a call of man.
The fire of life is attended by and in and through the will of God.
The fire of life does not qualify as a desire of the heart.
The fire of life has spontaneous ignition with dwindling flames prior to extinction.
The fire of life has the ability to bless with testimony,
has the ability to teach in display,
has the ability to bring wisdom in its wake,
has the ability to purify the impure,
to validate a call,
to encircle a temple with a golden band,
to bring reverence within a setting in the secular,
to instil in witnesses the authority of God.
The fire of life harnesses a new beginning to a livelihood with God.
The fire of life appears when confrontation is required in the supporting of My servants.
The fire of life can be upon the tongues of my servants,
can fall in radiance upon the faces of My servants,
can be present in a testimony,
can be present in the wisdom which confounds and silences.
The fire of life is kindled for My servants with the rate of burn controlled,
can touch and stamp the signs of God where He wills and pleases.
The fire of life can be present in the tears of servanthood,
can bring strength to the muscles and the bones of servanthood,
can be present in the decrees of servanthood which have the attention of God.
The fire of life does not spark,
burns continuously without a flicker before the faces of My servants,
is not extinguished by water,
is not enhanced by the fuels of man.
The fire of life is only subject to extinction within the will of God,
is only birthed within the will of God,
is only extended within the will of God.
The fire of life is lit from the torch of My Spirit,
from the fire of heaven:
for the incandescence of My servants’ hearts within the temples of The Lord –
as they live and serve –
in instating the fullness of the coming Kingdom of God upon the earth.”