WHEN WE WAIL

“Father God, thank You that we have You when we wail. When we wail, we feel it and then we draw near and dear to Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ, for our ‘heal.’ Many don’t understand that the only way to heal is to feel. Let us feel so we can heal. I know many say, ‘feelings aren’t facts,’ but often enough they are and they deserve our utmost attention. We feel and release the feeling to You, Father God, so we can heal! Feelings are giving us a message that we need to hear and if we push the feelings away, why feel? Thank You, Father God, for giving us a way out when we are ‘impale and insert.’ And speaking of ‘impale and insert’ when we wail (whale), help our whale (wail) friends, Father God, from being impaled and inserted by humans who make them wail, as this pictures shows. None of us have the God-given right to ‘impale and insert’ BOTH Your humans AND Your nonhuman animals to make them wail. BOTH are to be protected from wail (whale) at all costs, as that IS our God-given right. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and ‘Near and Dear’ Name of Jesus Christ, and this prayer is answered by my faith and my belief. Please hep 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 feeling the wail and woe so I can release it to God through Jesus Christ who is near and dear this daily [Jesus Feels!] bread.”)

When you don’t get your way is when you wail.

When others walk away is when you hurt.

One won’t “away” you in hours of “impale.”

God won’t “way” you a way out when “insert.”

When I hurt me at “go” is when I wail.

When I “stop” hurting me is when I “go

with God” to know I was never to hate

me. I was to always love me when woe.

“When you wail, remember Me when I’m here,”

says Jesus. “Remember why I’m your ‘heal.’

If you didn’t wail, you wouldn’t endear

Me to you. If you didn’t woe, why feel?”

We are in these hours when we will prevail

with Jesus so near and dear when we wail.

picture at: https://statik.tempo.co/data/2014/09/01/id_320462/320462_620.jpg

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