Father God, thank You that “we do” because of You, because of Your Son and our Savior and Deliverer, Jesus Christ. Who else wills, knows, does and cares as You do? Because “You do” when, what, why, and where, “we do” Your Still, we “goes” where You go, and “we do” our repairs (BOTH). “We do” because we belong to Jesus who craves us from our Lifeline to our grave. This is how it was and how it will always be (BOTH) from our Lifeline to our grave. We’re not saying “we do” because we’re through; we only say to Him, “‘We do’ because of You.” And speaking of “we’re through” and on a more personal note, I’m not hardly through speaking up for God’s nonhuman animals as in the picture. As long as factory farm nonhuman animals and all nonhuman animals have only a number and not a name, I’m not hardly through speaking up for them until they get a name and no longer have a number. Why? “Adam gave names to all livestock and to the birds of the heavens and to every beast of the field” (Genesis 2:20). If God instructed Adam to name and not number the animals, then God’s nonhuman animals are to be given names and not numbers. To “do” differently than this is “we do” not God’s Will but rather our own will. Don’t know about you, but “I do” what God Will and not my own will. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and Mine Name of Jesus Christ, the Name above every other name, including Mine own name. This prayer is answered by my faith and my belief. Please help me, Father God, where my faith and my belief are lacking. AMine.”
(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope [BOTH] in ‘I do’ because of You, Jesus Christ, this daily leavened bread.”)
“You do” because you have a God who will.
“You do” because you have a God who knows.
When “you do” what God wills, “you do” Him Still.
Why “you do” where God knows, “you do,” He goes.
“I do” because I have a God who does.
“I do” because I have a God who cares.
When “I do” what God does, “I do” as was.
Why “I do” where God cares, “I do” repairs.
“‘I do’ what I do because you are Mine,”
says Jesus. “‘I do’ because you, I crave.
When ‘I do’ what you’re Mine, ‘I do’ Lifeline.
Why ‘I do’ where I crave, ‘I do’ to grave.”
We’re not saying “we do” because we’re through.
We say to Him, “‘We do’ because of You.”
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