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“Father God, we are so grateful that all breathing, living beings created by You can praise You. We think, as humans, that nonhuman animals couldn’t possibly praise You, but they praise you as we all do, not by physical senses but by spiritual senses. Every time a bird takes to flight, a sheep takes to pasture, and a dolphin takes to water, that bird and that sheep and that dolphin are praising Your Name on High as Whole. Help us today, Father God, to ‘take’ to soul and not ‘take’ to physical to praise You. I pray (and praise) all of this in the Wonderful and Precious Name of our Staff and Rod Comforter, 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 ‘taking’ to soul and not physical in praising God on High as Whole this daily leavened [Jesus Comforter with Staff and Rod] bread.”)

You have breath, so, yes, you can praise your God.

All breathing beings, yes, praise Him on High.

“But not an animal, right?” Nonsense! Odd

not that you and “zoo” praise God as ally.

I have breath, so, yes, I praise God for BOTH!

BOTH humans and animals do praise Him!

“How animals praise God?” Not the “flesh oath.”

All commit by “spirit sense” as Hymn.

“My Father allows all to praise His Name,”

says Jesus. “Not by physical but soul.

All God created have breath to acclaim

God. All have spirit to praise Him as Whole.”

Jesus, who has breath, is our Staff and Rod.

We’re comforted with “thanks.” Have breath? Praise God!!!!

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2 thoughts on “HAVE BREATH? PRAISE GOD!!!!

  1. I forget all the time that I’m alive and have breath, hence the sonnet. It was VERY important for me to write this sonnet, because Christians limit God’s Power and Love so as to think only humans can praise God. God’s nonhuman animals can praise God, too….and they do!!!!!


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