Father God, thank You that Your Son and our Savior and Deliverer, Jesus Christ, bends His Ear when the “meek, speak!” Today’s God Sonnet was inspired by this Bible verse: . “When they deliver you up, do not worry about how or what you should speak, for it will be given to you in that hour what you should speak” (Matthew 10:19) Let our every word be Your Every Word of meekness. The world is speaking so loud right now, and nothing it speaks has anything to do with meekness; it has everything to do with “HATE!” Let this word be as fossil for it is not docile. Your Word is speaking so loud right now, and everything it speaks has everything to do with meekness; it has everything to do with “LOVE!” Let Your Word be as sacred for it is none hatred. To You, Father God, as enshrine and all revere (BOTH), the “meek, speak!” Jesus overhears every word when the “meek, speak!” Jesus does not bend His Ear when meek opposed. On a more personal note, Jesus speaks to me so unique as I “meek, speak!” Jesus bends His Ear to hear me speak up for the meek, like the sheep in the picture. Did you know that sheep are very meek? Makes sense, though, as Jesus, the Lamb of God, is the Epitome of “meek, speak!” To find out more about the Lamb of God and these meek sheep (BOTH), visit https://www.four-paws.us/campaigns-topics/topics/farm-animals/10-amazing-facts-sheep. On an even more personal note, yesterday at work something I did made our hotel computer get hacked. It was one of the worst experiences I’ve had in a long time. I watched this hacker delete one file after another from our computer as I stood helpless and was brought to tears and down to no “meek, speak!” That You, Father God, saved our hotel computer from more serious damage than occurred is a testament to how You hear when “meek, speak!” I simply spoke, “Help me, Father God!” I also, however, did speak panic. I pray all of this in the Wonderful and Precious and My Ear Name of Jesus Christ, the Name above every other name. This prayer is answered by my faith and my belief. Please help me, Father God, when I do not “meek, speak!” Amen.
(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope [BOTH] that I ‘meek, speak!’ this daily leavened bread.”)
You speak as meek, how you must speak docile.
You speak as meek, what you must speak divine.
Your word like “hate” must you speak as fossil.
Your word like “love” must you speak as enshrine.
I speak as meek, how I must speak sacred.
I speak as meek, what I must speak down here.
My word like “hate” must I speak none hatred.
God’s Word like “love” must I speak much revere.
“meek, speak! I long to hear their every word,”
says Jesus. “if not meek speak, My Ear closed.
I bend My Ear to hear meek overheard.
I bend not My Ear to hear meek opposed.”
It’s how Jesus speaks to each so unique.
It’s what Jesus bends His Ear to “meek, speak!”
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