CC Antya 12.109

jagannāthe deha’ taila, — dīpa yena jvale
tāra pariśrama haiba parama-saphale”
Word for word: 
jagannāthe — unto Lord Jagannātha; deha’ — deliver; taila — oil; dīpa — lamps; yena — so; jvale — burn; tāra pariśrama — his labor; haiba — will become; parama-saphale — completely successful.
Translation: 
“Deliver this oil to the temple of Jagannātha, where it may be burned in the lamps. In this way, Jagadānanda’s labor in manufacturing the oil will be perfectly successful.”