“Father God, we know that You require that we ‘deep me’ with You. It’s only when we go deep with our feelings that we heal. If we ignore our ‘deep me,’ we ignore You, Father God. Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ, is a very ‘deep me’ of a very deep You, Father God. Your Love through Him is very deep, as well. Help us all to be ‘deep me’ when we call on You by crying out to Jesus Christ. Whether it is on the land or in the ocean, You, Father God, deeply care about BOTH Your humans and nonhuman animals. Help us to have Your Deep Love for ALL Your creatures, great and small. 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. Amen.”
(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in ‘deep me’ today, this daily leavened [Jesus Rises when I go ‘deep me’] bread.”)
You’re gonna have to go “deep me” to heal.
What you feel, you heal. What you don’t, you won’t.
You will fall deep if High God not your “feel.”
Feel His Deep Love and feel “deep me.” Or don’t?
I find it hard to believe some not deep.
When I’m deep, they stay shallow. Must I drown?
When I ask, “what’s up?,” they reply, “upkeep,
I’m keeping up appearances.” I frown.
“My Living Waters run deep, so ‘deep me,'”
says Jesus. “You won’t know Me if you’re ‘up.’
Samaritan woman at the well knee-
deep to draw Me deep. You, too, bring your cup.”
“Okay,” “fine,” “good,” won’t ‘deep’ us Jesus. He
requires that we feel to heal. We “deep me.”