“Father God, thank You for always intending us to be precious and free. When you is ‘you’ and I am ‘me,’ ‘we’ are all precious and free. And when we let You be ‘You,’ Father God, we let ‘You’ be precious and free, as well. And ‘we’ are all precious and free (and connected, as the ‘hand/paw’ picture shows), because You loved everyone, BOTH humans AND nonhuman animals, so much that You sent BOTH of us Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ. And on a more personal note, Father God, thank You for making me ‘courage under fire, undoused finesse.’ Help me to always display this ‘undoused finesse’ You gave me to give you all the Glory, whereby I can receive all Your Grace Uppercase! I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and Free 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 being precious and free by being ‘me’ this daily leavened bread.”)

You were always intended to be free.

You were always intended to be “you.”

The world won’t know “you” but by the degree

to which you love yourself. This, they will “knew.”

I was always intended to be “me.”

I was always intended as precious

to One who made me a work of “gutsy.”

I’m courage under fire, undoused finesse.

“Precious and free indeed My Dad made you,”

says Jesus. “Intended to be all Grace.

The degree that you love is how you’re ‘you.’

Grace measured back to ‘you’ is Uppercase!”

I’ll let you be “you” so I can be “me.”

We’re intended to be precious and free.

**above picture made available through WordPress Free Photo Gallery (had to improvise a bit because I left my charger at work last night and I do not know how to upload a picture from my phone….talk about “courage under fire, undoused finesse” 😉)


  1. Thank God that God made you, Dag, to be “you.” That is all “you” need to be today, this daily leavened bread! 👍🙏❤️‼️


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