“Father God, help us to sail down Your Fjord today. When the woe of too much the blow comes, and it will, help us in the know that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior for BOTH humans AND nonhuman animals. Even though there is no nonhuman animal in this ‘fjord picture,’ we know, Father God, that you would never exclude them from sailing down Your Fjord with Jesus. On a more personal side note, thank You for helping me to know some Swedish, so that I can know what “fjord” means, thus sailing down it with You. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious Name of Your Son and our Savior, 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 sailing down God’s Fjord with Jesus when the woe of too much the blow this daily [Jesus Sails!] bread.”)
The blow came when you had too much the woe,
when you surrendered ’cause the blow killed you.
Living again meant the woe would need tow.
Thank God for Jesus who carries your “blew.”
The woe from the blow was nowhere to go.
No one wanted me, no one wanted me,
no one but Jesus. The blow was “His Show.”
Who else could know how too much my woe plea?
“Got the woe? Got the blow? I got the know,”
says Jesus. “The know is that I am Lord.
Who else can take your woe from too much blow?
No one but Me! Sail with me down God’s Fjord.”
I know some Swedish, so “fjord” I do know.
Know God when the woe of too much the blow.