two brown fox
Father God, help me SURRENDER! I had an entire prayer written out, that was until my tablet crashed and so did the entire prayer. But it’s not lost on me why this happened. God said, “SURRENDER! SURRENDER to the crashed prayer, because you said too much and I wanted you to know you’re too ill-prepared to push this! It’s already in the sonnet!” Thank you SO MUCH, Father God, for helping me SURRENDER! What’s also not crashed on me is the Bible verse I listed in the crashed prayer: “He must increase, but I must decrease” (John 3:30). If the sonnet below does not stake that very claim, then I have failed at writing it. But, as Father God stated, “I’m too ill-prepared to push this. It’s already in the sonnet!” My fox friends in the picture? BOTH of you are too ill-prepared to push each other so hard. I pray this short (too much crashed) prayer in the Wonderful and Precious and Plateau Name of Jesus Christ, the Name above every other name, including my own name (“He must increase, but I must decrease”). This prayer is answered by my faith and my belief. Please help me, Father God, where my faith and my belief are decrease but “He must increase.” Amen.

(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope [BOTH] that “He must increase, but I must decrease” [John 3:30] for SURRENDER! this daily leavened bread.”)

You’re ill-prepared to push for your outcome.

It makes you ill to push your way to all.

It’s SURRENDER, not push, that’s your succumb.

Give God the control. Give God the end-call.

I’m ill-prepared to push for my results.

It makes me ill to push my policy.

It’s SURRENDER, not push, that frees insults.

Free God the control. Free God to be me.

“All are ill-prepared to push their own place,”

says Jesus. “Place ME Head of what’s your low.

Place ME Heart of what you try to outpace.

Pace yourself with me. Push not your plateau.”

To push our own agenda is ambush.

SURRENDER! We’re too ill-prepared to push.

(picture by photographer, cloudvisual, available for free without copyright laws at

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