“Father God, I am in a storm (2). Help calm my drenched spirit in this storm. Who but you, Father God, can calm my ‘rainy?’ For all those in a storm (2) right now, calm their ‘rainy,’ too, Father God. When Your humans and nonhuman animals are in a storm (2), Father God, be their safety, security, shelter, no scare. Calm us all in this storm (2) and lead us to a place where we can be safe and secure and sheltered with You, Father God, and with Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious Name of Jesus Christ, and this prayer is answered by my faith and my belief. Please help me, Father God, where my faith and my belief are lacking, particularly now that I am in this storm (2). Amen.”
(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how to cope to hope in Father God helping me to come out of the storm  that I am currently in  and not to go into another storm  for a long while.”)
The storm of your life is, “Where is your faith?”
The storm will ask that, answer you, “It’s gone.”
Did you lose it in the storm of your wraith
or did it vanish with a simple yawn?
The storm of my life is, “All forget me.”
The storm’s question is, “Did I forget me?”
Did I forget God? Who calms my “rainy?”
Remember me, God, when I’m undersea.
“You will have storms down here, so be aware,”
says Jesus. “No storm can drench My Father.”
Safety, security, shelter, no scare.
There are 3 we can be sure will bother:
(1) Going into a storm or (2) in a storm
or (3) drenched spirit coming out of a storm.