RIGHT IN THE SIGHT OF THE ALMIGHT

red yellow and blue bird on brown tree branch
“Father God, thank You that we are Right in the Sight (BOTH) of the Almight, Your Son and our Savior and Deliverer, Jesus Christ. We cannot be right in the sight of man, world, or even ourselves. We Can be Right in His Sight when our sight is only LOVE. “Though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not Love, I am NOTHING” (1 Corinthians 13:2). It just does not get any clearer than this in Right in the Sight of the Almight. And yet we struggle with this very thing, because we struggle with our fleshly appetite. Our fleshly appetite tells us not to love because if we do, we will be disappointed. It’s true that man, world, and even ourselves, will be disappointed when we love and it’s not returned or we’re not loved the way we expected (of BOTH). That is why we access God’s Appetite for Love to love God, ourselves, and them. On a more personal note, I, too, struggle with this very thing because of my fleshly appetite. That is why I know I can only love God, myself, and others, through God’s Appetite for Love and not my limited capabilities and downright inabilities (BOTH) to love from my fleshly appetite. When I access God’s Appetite for Love to love, I am Furled and Free (BOTH). Hard to imagine that I could be BOTH Furled (‘safely rolled up and secured’) and Free, but I think what I am saying and, more importantly, what God is saying is this: ‘He who dwells in the Secret Place of the Most High shall abide under the Shadow of the Almighty’ (Psalm 91:1). To me, that sounds very BOTH Furled and Free. You see? And do you see that beautifully-colored bird in the picture, not black-and-white? Those colors are Right in the Sight of the Almight. God help anyone who tries to hurt that beautifully-colored, not black-and-white, bird of God. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and Please ME Name of Jesus Christ, the Name above every other name, including my own name. This prayer is answered by my faith and my belief. Please help me, Father God, where my faith and belief are lacking. Amen.”

(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope [BOTH] in colors and not black-and-white, Right in the Sight of the Almight, this daily leavened [Jesus our Every Delight!] bread.”)

You cannot be right in the sight of man.

You cannot be right in the sight of you.

Right in the Sight of the Almight you Can.

Love in the Sight of the Almight you’re You.

I cannot be right in the sight of world.

I cannot be right in the sight of me.

Right in the Sight of the Almight I’m Furled.

Love in the Sight of the Almight I’m Free.

“You cannot please you or them, so please ME,”

says Jesus. “You’re Right….My Sight, My Almight.

BOTH alright, your every delight, you see?

How else but Almight with your appetite?”

Right and Love (BOTH) will be our black-and-white.

Colors? Right in the Sight of the Almight.

(picture by photographer, David Clode, available for free without copyright laws at: https://unsplash.com/photos/7JrLPQXPVCI)

2 thoughts on “RIGHT IN THE SIGHT OF THE ALMIGHT

  1. I’m not right in the sight of me. I feel like a disappointment more often than not. I know I’m right in the sight of god. It’s just something I have to get used to.

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    1. I can relate, Dag. I often feel downright worthless! But then I pray and ask God to help me see me as Jesus sees me. Often again, I look for others to see me and when they don’t, often enough again, I am disappointed and discouraged (BOTH). I don’t think humans are really wired to see others the exact way they need to be seen. Thank God that God sees us exactly how we need to be seen. And often enough, yet again, “note to Timothy!” 🙏

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