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“Father God, thank You that we are allowed A-B-C-Dealing the feeling. Interesting that the picture shows A as in Avoid, B as in Restrict (does ‘Restrict’ start with a ‘B?’), C as in Caution, and D as in Prudence (does ‘Prudence’ start with a ‘D?’), because these words are NOT the A-B-C-Dealing the feeling. We do NOT Avoid but Acknowledge, we do NOT Restrict but Behind, we do NOT Caution but Childhood, and we do NOT Prudence but Deal. This way works when A-B-C-Dealing the feeling to He on High, Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ. Jesus felt all the time during His Walk on earth, and we need to feel all the time, as well. Even if our feelings aren’t always facts, we still feel to deal so we can heal! Father God, you know I am ALL about feelings. You wired me this way, so I feel what I feel so I can deal, and I do it A-B-C-Dealing the feeling. If there is anyone else out there reading this who is wired this way, please apply this A-B-C-D dealing the feeling to your ‘living this life.’ And on a more personal note, I do tend to A-B-C-Dealing the feeling about God’s nonhuman animals. Give me an Ant, and I feel. Give me a Bear, and I feel. Give me a Cat (Conrad….sorry, Groucho, your name don’t start with a ‘C’), and I feel. Give me a Dog (Blue), and I feel. Give me ANY nonhuman animal, and I am feeling what he or she (BOTH) is feeling. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and Dealing 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 always A-B-C-Dealing the feeling to The Good Shepherd this daily leavened [Jesus Feels!] bread.”)

A-Acknowledge what you feel every time.

B-Behind what you feel is very deep.

C-Childhood, as in young is your lifeline.

D-Dealing the feeling as Shepherd’s sheep.

A-Accept that what I feel is okay.

B-Behind what I feel is always “why?”

C-Childhood, as in not allowed for “they.”

D-Dealing the feeling to He on High.

“YES, this works, Timothy, for you are ‘feel,'”

says Jesus. “I know feelings are all you.

Deal them to Me whereby A-B-C-Deal.

The Good Shepherd values how you feel true.”

Living this life is all the revealing.

Reveal A-B-C-Dealing the feeling.

picture at: https://www.ema.europa.eu/sites/default/files/ameg.png

2 thoughts on “A-B-C-DEALING THE FEELING

  1. Yes, Dag. It is THE way. Too bad so many people, especially men, don’t get this. They got that John Wayne syndrome and “boys don’t cry” and toxic masculinity in spades. When I am weak, I am made strong in God’s Love. And not only that: “That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong” (2 Corinthians 12:10). So, we don’t just reveal our feelings in our weakness to be healed by Jesus; we gotta delight in all of this, too!

    Really? Oh, boy (child), God help me with this one!


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