“Father God, we are all traveling from dust to trust. We are all traveling to trust You no matter our circumstances. When we travel to escape and leave behind our pain, let us travel with Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ, so that our trips will never be us ‘lone. The pain will be healed when we accept that Jesus is bigger than our pain, bigger than our fear, bigger than our ‘unclear.’ On a more personal note, Father God, what is clear to me is that You love BOTH humans AND nonhuman animals on this trip to trust. And on an even more personal note, Father God, I do believe You had me write this God Sonnet for the trip I am taking today as a wanderlust. Please protect me on this trip and may I travel it never ‘lone but only with Jesus for all I need all my ways all my days. When I come back home, Father God, let what will ‘take shape’ be all those who welcome me back home and still love me. May I return from the trip refreshed, renewed, and ready to trust you even more. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and Traveling 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 in traveling my trip today to trusting God and traveling with Jesus for all I need all my ways all my days this daily leavened [Jesus Travels!] bread.”)

Without trust, you travel a trip to fear.

Without a trip to freedom, you’re nowhere.

The hours you travel all ‘lone are unclear.

With God, the trip to trust is The Lord’s Prayer.

I travel a trip often to escape,

to leave behind what threatens who I trust.

When I get back home, what’s there is “take shape.”

The shapes still love me in my wanderlust.

“Travel with Me a trip to trust My Ways,”

says Jesus. “Without Me, you travel ‘lone.

This trip will be all you need all your days.

I’m with you all ways you travel well known.”

We traveled a trip God planned from the dust.

Now, we are traveling a trip to trust.

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  1. That is very sweet of you, Dag. Needed that right about now. I’m 3 hours from Memphis, my halfway stopping point!!!! ☺️❤️🙏‼️


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