Tom Zart


THE POWER OF FAITH & GOD'S WILL


Moment by moment we must listen to our sprit
As God speaks through our soul within.
When we fail to comply and go our own way
We're disobedient and suffer the punishment of sin.

The Devil whispers in each and every ear
And his favorite tool of corruption is fear.
But when we totally summit to our faith in God
We turn away from temptation and our destiny is clear.

Remember all the times you have had shameful thoughts
And there was a voice that warned you to beware.
Our holy spirit helps us stay whole and complete
When we heed to its call without hesitation or despair.

Surrender your soul to the power of faith
And your life will be a testimony of love.
Surrender your heart to the deeds of evil
And you will loose your deliverance above.

Always be ready to fight your battles on your knees
Before and after you are tested by time.
Never underestimate the power of God's will
And what happens when your purpose is 'Divine'.

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Submitted: Sunday, March 24, 2013
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  • Rookie - 444 Points Phyllis Strong (3/25/2013 12:44:00 PM)

    So true Tom, great poem. And yes prayer is a powerful tool, “Always be ready to fight your battles on your knees” (Report) Reply

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