“Father God, thank You for gathering us THIS Lord’s Day in Your Love. No matter the matter, Your Love does NOT change one bit. It does not tremble, it does not fluctuate, it does not move even when we move. It remains the “Gather” and never the scatter as You gather us together in Your Son’s and our Savior’s Name, Jesus Christ. It’s always been BOTH because it’s always been about BOTH of You. This is Your Love Letter to us, Father God. We won’t be shoved or outshined when we gather together in BOTH Your Names no matter the matter. On a more personal note, I gather Your nonhuman animals THIS Lord’s Day in Your Love. The love I have for them is Your Love, Father God. It’s precisely Your Love that opens me up to love them. I BOTH love them AND help them. I love and help them every time I write a God Sonnet and give them a voice. I don’t boast about loving and helping Your nonhuman animals; I only boast that You, Father God, allow me to love and help them. No matter the matter, let this always be knew and know and so. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and Matter 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 no matter the matter that the Love Letter from Father God and Jesus Christ is that they BOTH matter to me and I matter to BOTH of them this daily leavened [Jesus Shines!] bread.”)
No matter the matter, you’ll be okay.
“Better than okay?” Better you trust Him.
Each circumstance matters for your child’s play.
“Come to Me, little children” is prelim.
No matter the matter, I’ll be beloved.
“Better than beloved?” Not one thing better.
I shine when “mine” is His. I won’t be shoved
or outshined when Jesus is Love Letter.
“It’s that you matter that I matter, too,”
says Jesus. “BOTH! It’s always been this way.
BOTH Me and My Father for BOTH your knew
and know that what matters is THIS Lord’s Day.”
Others will fall short and they will scatter.
God is “Gather” no matter the matter.