“Father God, thank You that we have Where, What, and Who in You when it all comes down. No human being is exempt from when it all comes down. It all comes down at different times for each individual person. When it all comes down, let us always ‘know’ Your Will for us through Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ. You and Your Son (BOTH!) are our “Noun” AND our “Verb” (BOTH!). We are so grateful that we have BOTH of You for when we’ve “lost all my cost.” The Cost has been paid for by Jesus when we’ve lost, and we NEVER lose Jesus when it all comes down. ‘Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; He will NEVER leave you nor forsake you.’ (Deuteronomy 13:16). On a more personal note, for someone like me who has trembling and severe fears of abandonment, this is spiritual music to my spiritual ears! Please, Father God, always help us to help our cat friends as in the picture (looks just like my little man, Conrad, who I love and adore!) who get stuck up in trees. They might not come down if we don’t gently and kindly ‘bring them all down.’ I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and ‘Up The Cup’ 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 that when it all comes down yet again, I will ‘Up The Cup’ this daily leavened [Jesus is Crown!] bread.”)
When it all comes down, where will you run to,
what will you seek, who will you bring around?
Better not be a will that is your “know.”
Know that God is Where, What, and Who you’re bound.
When it all comes down, where is He I see?
Is He in the “come down” for all I’ve lost?
Better be okay with lost ’cause that’s He
I see only when I’ve lost “all my cost.”
“It is not your call when it all comes down,”
says Jesus. “The Call is Mine to Bring Up.
I Bring you to The Father, to The Crown,
only Where, What, and Who you ‘Up The Cup!'”
We need only One to stand in as “Noun.”
He’s also our “Verb” when it all comes down.