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I would like to take this opportunity to ask each and every one of you for forgiveness for anything that I have said or done that has been offensive to you, so that not one of you would be guilty of holding unforgiveness towards me, and so that you may receive forgiveness from the Father for your very own sins.

For I have come to understand that there are such sins that are an offence to God; and there is an offensiveness that is the sin of being unkind, inconsiderate or rude to our Father, our Brother Jesus and our Counsellor, the Holy Spirit, or to one another. And as we hold offences against one another, this behaviour is an offence to God, a stench to His nostrils, and so we are held accountable by our Father who is in Heaven, for it does not bring Him honour.

For there is an offensiveness that is how a beholder receives the person who either speaks or does to or for them, because the recipient’s heart is not right towards the one who has spoken, done or given, and so he or she misses the truth and the purpose of what was said, done or given. Just as when Jesus said to the crowd who followed Him while teaching in the synagogue in Capernaum, “Does this offend you?”[1] because He had told them the truth. The people did not receive and therefore rejected the truth that “Anyone who eats My flesh and drinks My blood remains in Me, and I in Him. I live because of the living Father who sent Me; in the same way, anyone who feeds on Me will live because of Me. I am the true Bread that came down from Heaven. Anyone who eats this Bread will not die… but will live forever.”[2] The very truth, which Jesus told them would give them life to live forever, was offensive to them because it was a radical and hard teaching they were not willing to receive, for it went against the Levitical Law and all that they held dear.

Even His own hometown was deeply offended and refused to believe in Him because they knew His family, and that He was just the carpenter’s son, or so they thought.[3] And as He was performing miracles and preaching the Good News to the poor, He told John the Baptist’s disciples to tell him, “God blesses those who do not turn away because of Me, who are not offended by Me.”[4] It was not that Jesus was sinning against anyone, but that they took offence because their hearts were not ready to receive the Good News He preached because it led to Him whom they would not accept, for even His own brothers did not believe in Him.[5]

So it is, that even though we may speak the truth to one another or are well meaning towards each other, even sometimes at considerable cost to ourselves, we are neither received or accepted by the other because we have not thought well of one another, and so our hearts rage against each other. I, as well as you, have been guilty of this offence.

For we have kept records of being wronged, and have not trusted each other in the way of love. For though we trust no man, which is a quality of love where we would kindly put no such boundaries on each other in the form of placing the other on a pedestal – for this is an idolatry that holds another to account if they do wrong, as it gives them no allowance for any error – yet, we are to trust them, that they, like us, are practising righteousness according to the Law of Jesus. And so, in our trust and well thinking of each other, we are to graciously make concession for failures in each one’s practice of Jesus’ words, and for their wrongs, which may include more than mere mistakes but major blunders and sins. For we likewise have many failures, mistakes, major blunders and sins to be forgiven of, so let us judge not one another, but judge ourselves first, foremost and only most.

And so, though we may strive to be at peace and in deeper unity than the common bond of working to bring Jesus back – even going the extra miles to become one with each other as Jesus is One with the Father and One with the Holy Spirit, who is One with the Father and with Jesus – a feat that is of the hardest of hardest teachings that we can only achieve it by the glory of God, which changes our very natures – we find that we have offended the other by our well meaning, or our blunders even in our well meaning, or our sin.

So it is that we must constantly be in repentance and willingness to change by the glory of God, and if we consider that it is not us who need to change, but it is the other who needs to change in this or that instance of offence, we may find the Holy Spirit telling us, “Do not change,” because we are neither humbly willing nor ready to change to meet the need, and so He will not take us where we are not pliably compliant to go. For we are not to look accusingly at the splinter or log in the other’s eyes, but mindfully consider only the log in our own eyes, and so be in imperative, willing, submissive, repentant desperation that it be dealt with in all urgency that leads to true humility. And this is a feat of great magnitude of its own. So let us put aside our taking offence in our differences, and make this leap into leaving behind this sin, which has severely hindered the work of the Holy Spirit of God, even in His Workshop. And so our Father would like each of us to extend this repentance and forgiveness to one another in like manner.

For it is time, time to move into the deeper things that the Father has held within Himself and that His soul desires to make manifest on this Earth at this time, in honour of the Holy Spirit who has humbly submitted Himself for these past 2000 years to be poured out upon all flesh, most of whom have not heeded His voice. And for those who have heeded His voice to the repentance of their sins and belief in Jesus Christ that leads to salvation, very few have truly received Him. It is time to show the world what they have not seen and neither remembered, for they never knew it to even begin to grasp the deep things of the understanding of it.

It is time to reveal to them the Kingdom of the Christ, the Kingdom of Sinless Man who existed in the Mind, Heart, Soul and Spirit of God the Creator in the Beginning, of which the Father fore-imagined for Himself and created for Himself so that the Word would manifest the flesh as the Son of Man – truly the Son of Man, the Son of God, fully Man and fully God, both in Spirit and in Flesh.

So now let us receive the Father as He said, “This is the place of My throne and the place where I will rest My feet. I will live here forever…”[6] It is time for the Temple to be built, a Temple built by the powers of the ages to come – both of the millennial age and of the eternal divine age of eternity – in this age for the people to fall on their knees in repentance. And if they will not submit to repentance, a Temple which is a plumbline of judgement because the Holy Spirit will now have left this Earth to go back to the Heavens. For this is the building of His trademark, that trademark being conviction to the world of its sin, and of God’s righteousness, and of the coming judgement.[7] And by this Building Workshop, He will have given the world a hint about the future, and brought glory to Jesus because He has made known to us whatever He has received from Jesus, for all that belongs to the Father belongs to Jesus,[8] and is now being made manifest and held within this Sanctuary.

And this Holy Spirit’s Workshop design for the people was approved by the Holy Spirit 1 month ago today, and subsequently approved by the Father 2 weeks ago. And so now I lay it before you, “For as the waters fill the sea, the Earth will be filled with an awareness of the glory of the Lord.”[9]

The design of this building is to draw all to come to Jesus, and those who enter will be convicted of their sins to be brought to repentance, so that they may receive the forgiveness for their sins. Therefore, over the entry door is written an invitation in lightening silver, lightning silver representing Jesus’ transfiguration:

“Come to Me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you. Let Me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy to bear and the burden I give you is light.”[10]

The double entry doors, inside and out, are finished in a lightly streaked, washed look, as if weary yet streaked with hope, the colour of sterling pearl finish washed over mint green, green being the colour of life.

As the people enter, they view before them on the wall opposite the entrance, a large stone centrepiece that depicts the Mount of Olives splitting in two when Jesus feet land upon it, though they will not understand it. The floor is of a dark dried blood coloured granite with mica throughout to reflect light. There are four opulent light fittings hanging across the foyer.

Over the dark dried blood coloured timber foyer doors leading into the Outer Sanctuary is written the call and need for repentance in lightening silver:

“Repent and turn from your sins. Don’t let them destroy you! Put all your rebellion behind you, and find yourselves a new heart and a new spirit. Why should you die? I don’t want you to die. I take no pleasure in the death of anyone. Repent, turn back and live!”[11]

No one may enter without repentance as the doors will not open for them if their hearts are uncircumcised and unrepentant, without a love for the Saviour, whether they yet know Him or not, for eternity has been written on all men’s hearts.[12] These doors have no handles, but are framed with metal in a simplistic depiction of the cross.

The side walls are of a dark dried blood colour and hint at what is to come. The 2 long opposing walls, one upon which the stone of the future scene is fitted into are of a light honey gold pearl finish. The full height ceilings are 4500mm high throughout, with bulkheads to give light and shade and texture.

Those who enter into the Sanctuary by repentance will be surrounded by walls of seal skin in the colour of dark dried blood, depicting the sealing of Jesus’ sacrifice for the Covenant for the Forgiveness of Sins, completed. The floors being carpeted in shades of khaki brown and greens with a large grape design under the people’s feet, representing their fruitfulness.

Before them is what appears to be a narrow curved structure of a single multi-coloured pearl shell of greens, bronze and gold shades, that has no doors. Upon its centre-front face is a Cross in nickel finish, overgrown by a khaki-brown coloured bronze grape Vine with its branches and leaves, and bearing much fruit, fruit that lasts. This represents the branches and fruits of Jesus’ victorious labour. On either side of this structure are pillars in the same coloured bronze.

Over this structure of the Holy of Holies, on the khaki-brown bulkhead above, is written in lightning silver:

“This is My dearly loved Son, who brings Me great joy. With Him I am well pleased. Listen to Him!”[13]

On the left side wall of the Holy of Holies (as one looks to the Holy of Holies from the Sanctuary), which is also covered in the seal skin of the blood of the Covenant completed, are written in lightning silver these words that are made visible only to hearts ready to receive them:

“Remain in Me, and I will remain in you. For a branch cannot produce fruit if it is severed from the Vine, and you cannot be fruitful unless you remain in Me. I am the Vine you are the branches. Those who remain in Me, and I in them, will produce abundant fruit. For apart from Me you can do nothing. Anyone who does not remain in Me is thrown away like a useless branch and withers. Such branches are gathered into a pile to be burned.”[14]

And likewise, on the wall on the right side of the Holy of Holies (as one looks towards the Holy of Holies) are written in lightning silver these words that are made visible only to hearts ready to receive them:

“I have loved you even as the Father has loved Me. Remain in My love. When you obey My commandments, you remain in My love, just as I obey My Father’s commandments and remain in His love. This is My commandment: Love each other in the same way I have loved you.”[15]

The Holy of Holies pours out the peace provided by the Father and Jesus, when we become full partakers of the Covenant for the Forgiveness of Sins by forgiving each other, even to fore-forgiveness, as well as forgiving our enemies of their sins.

The Holy of Holies cannot be entered into by anyone who has not completed the full walk in the stature of the Christ, as laid out in the Gospel of the Design of the Temple.

On the right and left side walls of the Sanctuary are written the 3 Statutes of the Covenant for the Forgiveness of Sins. These also are not visible to the naked eye, but reflect as the people’s hearts respond to the Father and the Son as they are convicted of righteousness by the Holy Spirit.

Law of Grace:

· “For God so loved the world He gave His One and only Son, so that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.”[16]

· “I tell you the truth, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you have no life in you. Whoever eats My flesh and drinks My blood has eternal life, and I will raise him up at the last day. For My flesh is real food and My blood is real drink. Whoever eats My flesh and drinks My blood remains in Me and I in Him.”[17]

· “My Grace is sufficient for you, for My power, My strength, is made perfect in weakness.”[18]

Law of Forgiveness:

· “Love your enemies.”[19]

· “Love one another as I have loved you.”[20]

Law of Repentance:

· “Repent of your sins and turn to God, for the Kingdom of Heaven has come.”[21]

· “The time promised by God has come at last! The Kingdom of God is near! Repent of your sins and believe the Good News!”[22]

The sanctuary, though provided with general lighting to satisfy the laws of the land, is lit by the glory of God, and has no windows within it.

As the people leave the sanctuary by the opposing door to the one they entered in by, they will behold a single stone of the type in the entry that is fitted into a wall of champagne to dark gold pearl skin.

There is a meeting room to the right side of the building as one enters the Sanctuary with folding doors and a short curved wall in a lightly beaten light nickel, each alternate door carved with a cherubim, with the head of man to one side and of a young lion to the other side. The other alternate leaves are carved with a fruitful pear tree, with its fruit representing manifold cherished tears, which is also repeated on the short curved wall.

Next to and further along from the meeting room on the right side of the Sanctuary are the kitchen and general facility rooms, all with stone floors with gem-like chips throughout. These facilities are there to comply with the laws and the needs of the land of this age that we live in.

Included in the building is also one office and a sound room on the left hand side rear of the Sanctuary to facilitate the needs within.

And the Law of the Temple, the basic Law of the Sanctuary of the Holy Spirit’s Workshop is: “Absolute Holiness!”[23]

So, rend your hearts and prepare yourself without delay today, this very day, that we will give to the world a foretaste of what is beheld in the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, so that the glory the Father seeks and the honour due to Him will be given to Him in majestic proportions.

Amen Holy Spirit!


[1] John 6:61 NLT

[2] John 6:55-58 NLT

[3] Matthew 13:53-57 NLT

[4] Matthew 11:6 NLT

[5] John 7:5

[6] Ezekiel 43:7 NLT

[7] John 16:8 NLT

[8] John 16:13-15

[9] Habakkuk 2:14 NLT

[10] Matthew 11:28 NLT

[11] Ezekiel 18:30-32 NIV/NLT

[12] Ecclesiastics 3:11 NLT

[13] Matthew 17:5 NLT/NIV

[14] John 15:4-6 NLT (Peshitta)

[15] John 15:9-12 NLT

[16] John 3.16

[17] John 6.53-56

[18] 2 Corinthians 12.9 (Peshitta “My strength”)

[19] Matthew 5.43

[20] John 13.34

[21] Matthew 3.2 NLT sub-note

[22] Mark 1.15 NLT

[23] Ezekiel 43:12 NLT


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