“Father God, thank You that we have Your Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ, to remind us that we don’t get to throw them stones at another who messed up and falls short. If we personally didn’t mess up or fall short, we might be able to get away with this but ’cause we all mess up and fall short, we can’t throw them stones. It’s that judgment, Father God, that You want us to have no part in. That is Jesus’ Part, and the stones of criticize will have their day in Court. And the testify to Jesus (The End is Mine) will not be about our stones we threw at another but rather that we threw our stones as begin. It’s that ‘speck and plank’ thing Jesus so eloquently and always rightly brings to our attention (‘Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?’ [Matthew 7:3]). On a more personal note, Father God, please let me not throw them stones at myself. I can be very harsh on myself to the point of unforgiveness. Throwing them stones at myself is completely unnecessary, for Jesus took throwing them stones for me! For all of us! Help us not throw them stones at BOTH Your humans AND nonhuman animals. As the picture illustrates, throwing them stones of nonhuman animals can be a creative thing! I’m creative, so I just might try this! LOL! I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and Drop Stones 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 not throwing them stones at others and myself this daily leavened [Jesus never drops us!] bread.”)

They’re throwing stones at you ’cause you messed up.

You do know you don’t have to take that, right?

You can duck, move away, call for backup.

What you can’t do is throw stones back to fight.

They’re throwing stones at me ’cause I fell short

of what they expected was their crossbones

for me. What about their crossbones in Court?

Won’t they testify what was their stones?

“I told them to drop stones ’cause they had sin,”

says Jesus. “It’s that judgment I despise.

I said that ‘speck and plank’ thing as begin.

The End is Mine when stones are criticize.”

Maybe this is all imbalanced hormones?

Or maybe it’s just we can’t throw them stones!

picture at: https://images.twinkl.co.uk/tw1n/image/private/t_630/image_repo/5d/9f/au-l-53082-under-eights-week-the-country-animals-story-stone-cutouts_ver_1.jpg


  1. I practice hard not to throw stones although I may do so accidentally. Throwing stones is extremely damaging. Jesus never threw stones


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