IN Him: OF rejection To SalvatIoN

Jesus Christ is our SalvatIoN for our oceans sacrificed OF:
Global warming causing sea levels to rise, threatening coastal population centers.
Many pesticides and nutrients used in agriculture ending up in the coastal waters, resulting in oxygen depletion that kills marine plants and shellfish.
Factories and industrial plants discharging sewage and other runoff into the oceans.
Oil spills polluting the oceans, though U.S. water-sewage treatment plants discharge twice as much oil each year as tanker spills.
Air pollution responsible for almost one-third of the toxic contaminants and nutrients that enter coastal areas and oceans.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization estimating that 31.4 percent of fish stocks are either fished to capacity or overfished.

(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in my feelings OF rejection to SalvatIoN through Jesus Christ.”)

They are rejecting you. You gnaw at them.

You speak and challenge what they believe in.

“Can’t you just go away?” they ask. But Him

is what you speak. Don’t leave before Christ’s Win.

They tell me, “Drop who you are! Join our rank!”

I tell them, “I’m who I am in The Christ!”

The world rejects me. Jesus saves me “sank”

by this world. He’s my ocean sacrificed.

“If you belonged to the world, you’d be saved,”

says Jesus. “But not, so you’re rejected.

But I save you from being one enslaved.

In Me, you have Salvation Perfected.”

I know it’s harsh but OF world, castration.

IN Him: OF rejection To SalvatIoN.

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