“Father God, thank You that You put on our hearts Your Heart through Your Son and our Savior and Deliverer, Jesus Christ, our Soul Mate! That Something you put on hearts is Your Love, and that Someone you put on our hearts is, of course, Your Jesus who is our Jesus. Jesus is not Someone back there, away from us, was Born and Lived and Loved and Died and Lived again, and that’s the end of it. No, it is NEVER the End of it with Jesus. From childhood to adulthood to sainthood, back to start, Jesus has been and will always be our ‘the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End’ (Revelation 22:13). We might want to see Jesus according to our own perception of time, but there is no perception of time in Father God’s Time. From our childhood to our adulthood to our sainthood and back to start, it has been and will always be Father God’s Jesus AND our Jesus (BOTH)! And speaking of ‘sainthood,’ there is no Saint I love more than St. Francis of Assisi, the Patron Saint of Animals and Ecology (see picture above). What an exquisite picture and what an exquisite Saint! Why? You guessed it. His Something was Loving God’s nonhuman animals and His Someone was Father God putting on his heart the Heart of Jesus Christ to Love God’s nonhuman animals. Father God, thank You for putting on my heart the heart of St. Francis of Assisi through the Heart of Jesus Christ to Love Your nonhuman animals. But, Father God, Your Heart You put on me is not just limited to Loving Your nonhuman animals; Your humans get a shout-out, too! BOTH! St. Francis of Assisi was BOTH, too! I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and Soul Mate 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 my Soul Mate, Jesus Christ, being put on my heart this daily leavened [Jesus is Lovely!] bread.”)
Something put on your heart is something good.
Someone put on your heart is Someone’s Heart.
Something is Love. Someone is One childhood
to adulthood to sainthood, back to start.
Something put on my heart is something pure.
Someone put on my heart is Someone Real.
Something is Love. Someone is One ensure
and endure: my Jesus, my Only Kneel.
“I put on your hearts My Heart to Love Me,”
says Jesus. “Such this ‘put,’ no longer hate.
Something I put on your hearts is Lovely.
Someone I put on your hearts is Soul Mate.
I AM your Soul Mate, never will we part.”
Please, our Jesus, put on our hearts Your Heart.