Since I'm not a paladin, I can't give you direct advice from experience. And I'm not quite sure what you mean by stereo instructions so I apologize if this next suggestion is feeding into what you don't desire: have you tried Icy Veins? This is what I could find, they do a pretty good explanation of what the stats do:
Strength is your primary statistic. You should look for it in all of your upgrades. It provides you with Attack Power, which determines the damage your abilities do.
Mastery(Mastery: Divine Judgment) increases the damage ofJudgmentand also causes it to place an 8-second debuff on the target that increases the damage they take from your abilities that cost Holy Power.
Hasteincreases your attack speed and lowers the global cooldown and the cooldowns of most of your damaging abilities (with the notable exception ofTemplar's VerdictandDivine Storm). This leads to a higher Holy Power generation. (Suku's Note: I believe 30% is kind of the cap that you want to hit. Once you get to 30% you shouldn't be taking gear to increase that over other stats.)
Critical Strikeincreases your chance to critically hit with all spells and abilities.
Versatility increases all your damage and healing done, and decreases all damage taken.
Again, I'm sorry if I'm parroting exactly what you weren't looking for; perhaps Zentao could speak more to the paladin?