“And the god that came out was a spider” (Karin in Ingmar Bergman’s THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY)

(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in Jehovah-Jireh providing me with all I need this daily leavened bread (Bible scripture reference Genesis 22:14 [NWT])”)

NOTE: I once was facing a very, very important outcome that looked very, very bad. A friend told me to repeat over and over, “Jehovah-Jireh, God is my Provider,” which I did. The outcome was very, very good.

You call God “a distant, cold entity.”

God’s up there and you’re down here all alone.

What if God is your true identity,

not far from you at all? God is your clone.

I call God “a friend” when I’m so lonely,

like right about now. God is “Jehovah-

Jireh, Provider.” My huge heart only

beats for God’s Huge Love, my Casanova.

“And Abraham called, ‘Jehovah-Jireh,

You are my Place, my Home away from home.'”

Loneliness is we’re not Home yet. Hear ya’

as God calls out for you, “Child, do not roam!”

Ingmar Bergman filmed God as “a spider.”

We call, “Jehovah-Jireh, Provider.”

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