Tom Zart


GOD'S SEED OF GREATNESS


When taken to heart the Bible inspires and instructs
Helping us become what God has called us to be.
God didn't make us to remain boring and average
He made us to excel, disciple and rely on Thee.

Too many settle for mediocrity, and the falsehoods of life
When God gives us everything for survival we need.
Our thoughts, attitudes, words and actions
Are judged by our love, forgiveness or greed.

God plants His seed of greatness and glory
In the hearts and souls of those who love Him.
Satan sows seeds just as fast as he can
And the consequences of his teachings are grim.

Becoming better is all about growing, learning and improving
By the more we serve and connect to God's Will.
We expand our horizons for trust, wisdom and thought
Allowing us to improve, provide, protect, love and fulfill!

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Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014

Topic of this poem: faith


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  • Gold Star - 10,508 Points * Sunprincess * (7/14/2014 8:35:00 PM)

    .............a beautiful and inspiring write....loved reading every word....adding to my poem collection... (Report) Reply

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