at”One”ment

Some say animals don’t need atonement. They are right! Animals have done NOTHING wrong to need atonement, but we have every time we wield hurt toward them.

(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in at’One’ment today for all the wrongs I’m sure to commit today”)

You need a reparation for your sins.

You need a reconciliation: “Clean.”

You’re the “one” who measures you by your “wins.”

“Lose” with God to win at”one”ment, lose preen.

I need a restitution for my ghost.

I need a rapprochement for all the blame

I gave and I received. What I need most

is Jesus Christ who is healing for shame.

“It is His Blood that maketh at’One’ment

for our souls.” “One” moment to say, “I’m healed!”

At “One” to “come clean” for the enthronement.

At “One” to forgive all the hurts we wield.

I’m sad to tell you: You at dethronement.

At “One” to tell you: LOVE is at”One”ment.

2 thoughts on “at”One”ment

  1. Timothy J. Verret

    It’s about “coming clean” of all that baggage that weighs us down. It’s about knowing we are forgiven and the slate is wiped clean. It’s about faith and about trust and about hope and about love (“but the greatest of these is LOVE” [1 Corinthians 13:13]). Blessings, Dag!

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