I wonder if there is any special rule in sentences when "God" is the subject of the verb action. In Elizabeth's Brown sonnet "How do I love thee", the last but one verse says: "If God choose", and not "If God chooses", ordinary rule for the third singular person.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Thank you for your suggestion, but I don't feel you give me an answer, it actually seems a way to turn out may doubt. I supose I'm most interested in literature than in grammar. I've got all my free time to read, and enjoy myself doing it, and I have no opportunity to speak, nor write, nor use my English knowledge in my daily life with anyone.