“Father God, please stop the ‘inner’ of man cruel so as to allow this beloved creature of Yours to be so thinner. It’s only when we love ‘inner’ and not thinner that we are able to show our love for You, Father God, and for BOTH your humans AND nonhuman animals. Your Word tell us not to judge ‘outer appearances’ (John 7:24), so let us thin ‘out’ and love ‘inner.’ Let us journey to the ‘inner’ where You are Winner, Father God, having won over doubters with Your Love. I pray all of this in the The Wonder of the ‘Inner’ and Precious Name of Jesus Christ, and this prayer is answered by my faith and my belief in my Savior. 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 only ‘inner’ living and loving, not thinner, through Winner God and Wonder Jesus this daily leavened [Jesus Rises!] bread.”)
Your “outer” is not where you want to go.
The wonder is not in the external.
Your “inner” is the wonder of bestow:
God gave you the wonderful internal.
My “outer” is a short trip to nowhere.
The wonder of my “inner” is journey
to inside me God gave me everywhere
I go, all the wonder ’til the gurney.
“The wonder of it all is the ‘inner,'”
says Jesus. “Judge not anything ‘outer
appearances.’ My Dad, God, is Winner
’cause He won you over when a doubter.”
There can’t be wonder if love is thinner.
Thin ‘out’ for the wonder of the “inner.”