Tom Zart


GOODNESS AND HONOR


As Jesus neared the time of His death and resurrection
Christ spoke frequently of Heaven’s Helper to come.
He Who would lead His disciples and believers
By His promise to preserve, protect and overcome.

One of our Lord’s most fulfilling blessings of life
Is to be our Helper in times of misjudgment, fear and prayer.
The burden we feel to pray comes from God Himself
Who is aware of everything we seek, need and compare.

When you sense the need to pray for God’s divine answers
The last thing you should do is to ignore Him at all.
On many occasions we will hear God asking our soul
For our goodness and honor to answer His call.

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Submitted: Saturday, February 15, 2014

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