(God’s Sonnet and Drawing by Timothy J. Verret; it’s how I cope to hope in a “job well done” as God so intends for me….and you!)
On an above, you say, “I’m doing great!”
You roll with the punches by punching back.
“Take that!” But you can’t pack. You’re too lightweight.
The thrust of your arm backfires; you self-smack.
“I’m doing great!” That tastes like blood vomit.
That right there gets no play on my record.
Now that I’ve said it, I’m on a comet
orbiting somewhere in space and not heard.
“Ask Him ANYTHING and He hears our ask.”
First John Five:One4 – “God, need a Savior!”
“Yes, I know my child. I hear you. The task
for you: CEASE ALL delusions of grandeur.”
We can’t be “doing great” if we got this.
With Jesus, though, “I’m doing great! Can’t miss!”