Thank you for your question. I'm very sorry to hear about your situation.
The fact that you have filed a request for modification of the temporary restraining order issued against you and the court has rejected that request means that you have two options.
The first is to wait until September 10th, where the order will be reviewed at the hearing to determine whether the TRO should remain in place.
The second is to file a writ of mandamous against the issuing court with the appellate court requesting that the TRO be overturned. The appellate court will not likely hear this request as you have a remedy potentially available at the September 10th hearing.
My recommendation is to prepare for the September 10th hearing and be able to show why there is no reason that you should not be able to enter the house.
Also, you can under the current TRO provide your husband with notice that you intend to enter the house and then have a locksmith come and open the door for you so that you can enter. You can request that the police come with you because you fear that your husband will breach the peace when you enter the house pursuant to your rights under the TRO.
You can also file a TRO yourself requesting an order that you be allowed entry into your home and that you be allowed to collect your belongings in furtherance of maintaining the status quo as to the disposition of assets.
Please let me know if you have further questions on this issue.