OUTSIDE ALTER, INSIDE FALTER

PEPPER DOG: “Salt Dog, I can see the pepper inside of you.” SALT DOG: “Pepper Dog, I can see the salt inside of you.” Don’t judge a salt-and-pepper dog (or person) by “outside flavor” but rather by “inside favor with God”

(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in not judging a salt-and-pepper person by his or her ‘flavored outsides’ but rather by his or her ‘God-favored insides”)

Your outsides are fine; if not, you alter.

Your insides are crumbling; you have faltered.

You are no more an “outside job.” Halter

your wants to be seen pure. Love unaltered.

My outsides don’t tell you the whole story.

My insides tell you, “I’m like you. I hurt.”

I’m an “inside job” with God as Glory.

See me and see you. Love God through assert.

“Blessed are the pure in heart; they see God first.”

We cover up God with an outside sway

while inside, we are limping. We are cursed

if we shut down Jesus inside. Let’s pray

that we’re Salt of Earth inside for p”salt”er.

Pepper: Outside alter, inside falter.

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