Tom Zart


ABRAHAM LINCOLN & THE POWER FAITH


Abraham was a true believer and worshiper of God
And was always aware of His presence night or day.
He knew that evil shadows every woman and man
And before every decision he would meditate and pray.

The same so should we with both heart and soul
Ask God for His Divine answers in time of need.
As we face life's problems and the weakness of man
For jealousy, anger, hate, lust, love and greed.

We need to stay patient with God and ourselves
Remaining focused on purpose, faith and moral goal.
God can transform us if we just trust His will
To alter, glorify and fulfill our soul.

God is never taken by unawareness or surprise
He knows everything we suffer and live through.
His wisdom and love express Divine resolve
That helps us to endure, overcome, and renew.

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Submitted: Saturday, March 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: faith


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