I’m a fish 

Blub blub blub

Don’t ask

I’m trying something different 

Thinking outside my box 

It was kind of cramped in there anyways. 

Wait a minute

I’m a fish 

Fishes don’t have boxes 

They swim the ocean with ease 

Sometimes we call them seas

So seize the day 

And be a fish 

If you wish 

How imaginative! 


September 14, 2020

God’s Grace is Sufficient (Strength in Weakness)

But He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.

2 Corinthians 12:9

Something Better

“God has often some better thing in store for us than would be the immediate answer to our prayer. Who can doubt that this was true of Paul? The promised grace of Christ as sufficient to support us is of more value than would be the mere removal of any bodily affliction.”

Barnes Notes on the Bible

“Wave after wave I’ve been sinking. So unto your promise I’m clinging. You say that I’m strong. To you I belong. Keep holding on.”

(Photo credit goes to user skeeze.)

31 thoughts on “Suf-FISH-ient

    1. Hmmm yes, well… there’s always hope that the bowl will be dumped into the sea. Swim freeeeee. Don’t forget the water wings. 😀 I’m still looking for my wings. I’ll find them. They’re here somewhere….

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  1. Absolutely love this, TUNA! You manage to be funny and profound all at once. I kept feeling Dr. Seuss vibes. 😊 Blessings, my creative friend! ❤


  2. I was smiling when I read this poem ….for sooooo many reasons, Tina….and I wanted to laugh when I seen the way you signed off, 🐟… lovely poem Tina🎀🌻🤩🤗♥️🧸


    1. Oh, I’m so sorry you had a rough week. His grace is sufficient for sure. It will see us through. I hope and pray you’ll have a much better week my friend. ❤ Take care Bridget.

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