“Father God, thank You that You don’t ‘shoo!’ us from Your Love. And thank You that we are only able to Love as a verb and that we do this by Your Love You imbue us with through Jesus Christ. You have imbued us with Love that we have received when You sent Your Only Son, Jesus Christ, to teach us how to love in action. Your Love is so needed, Father God, right now at the speed of light. Allow us all to love from Your Love, excluding none from Your Love as affection, and that’s a verb, right? Your Love cannot be found as a verb when we don’t love BOTH Your humans AND nonhuman animals. The picture of this innocent rat we call a ‘pest’ who suffered and died on a glue trap from ‘shoo!’ is NOT Your Love as a verb, Father God. It’s torture and pain that is NO part of You. No human or nonhuman animal is who You would ‘shoo!’ Please ban glue traps, Father God, in the Name of Your BOTH Love! I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and ‘Verb, right?’ 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 loving God, myself and others through God’s Love as a verb, right?, this daily leavened [Jesus Never Shoos!] bread.”)

People say they love you. Love’s not a noun!

It’s a verb! It’s action! It’s affection!

If they would just “affect” you, not let down.

If they would just “verb” you a connection.

I say, “I love you,” but there’s a detach.

I don’t always love me, so there’s a gap.

Thank God for God who allows me a match.

It’s God’s Love how I love. That is a wrap!

“You have God’s Love within you to love who,”

says Jesus. “Who you love must start with you.

Nothing about you My Father would ‘shoo!’

Everything is Love, a verb I imbue.”

Love is so needed at the speed of light.

Light is God’s Love we love! That’s a verb, right?

picture at: https://insectcop.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/glue-trap.jpg


  1. Everything is love. Everything that matters is love. There is God’s love, love for oneself, lots and lots of love. I know I need to love myself.


  2. Amen, Dag. When I think of loving myself, God brings me back to the film, MASK, with Cher, when her facially disfigured son falls in love with a physically beautiful girl at summer camp. He tells his mom, “she loves ME,” and Cher tells him, “what’s not to love, baby?” God wants me to really get that about loving me! “Timothy, what’s not to love, my child?” 🙏❤️‼️


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