(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in NEVER being scared of scars, for Jesus tells me to fear not my scars this daily leavened [Jesus again to the moon and the stars!] bread.”)
Don’t be scared of your scars. There’s a reason:
To remind you of how you hurt yet healed.
No more your open wounds that bleed “season.”
Each season, God with you on battlefield.
I’m not scared of my scars. There’s a reason:
Scarred Timothy ’cause they scarred my Jesus.
If He took those nails, why would I “treason?”
“Nail me, world, for I fear not your disgust.”
“Up on that Cross, I feared not their outlook,”
says Jesus. “I looked out and saw they bleed
from their wounds. That is why the nails I took:
To heal their wounds. Now their scars are My ‘He’d
I am a 54-year-old Christian. I am highly artistic and creative and enjoy acting, writing plays and poetry and short stories for children, as well as writing to promote nonhuman animal welfare.
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