“Father God, we know we have not ‘Come Home!’ yet, hence our loneliness. We know we will ‘Come Home!’ soon. Until then, Father God, help us seek Your Home first with Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ. We will ‘Come Home!’ every time we love and not hate on ourselves. You ARE Love, Father God; the rest is how less lonely and glad that makes us feel. And let us never put restrictions on Your Love that eases our loneliness and makes us glad, ’cause Your Love is for BOTH humans AND nonhuman animals! No living, breathing being You Created, Father God, is excluded from Your Less Lonely and Glad Love. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and ‘Come Home!’ 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 when my cat, Conrad, went missing last night and me trying to fall asleep, whispering, in prayer ‘Come home, Conrad!’)
You’re lonely ’cause you haven’t come home yet.
Your home is not down here; it’s Up Above.
God will bring His Kingdom Home for your fret.
Until then, come home here with God’s True Love.
I come home every time I love myself.
I leave home every time I hate on me.
“Home is where the heart is?” Indeed! Himself
is my Home. “Come Home, Timothy. Don’t flee!”
“You’re a foreigner down here, not ‘Come Home,'”
says Jesus. “Come Home to Me and My Dad.
We will know you’ve Come Home when you don’t roam.
Seek Our Home first; the rest will be your ‘glad.'”
What happens when they all leave us? Syndrome!
A simple cure is to Love God. “Come Home!”