Treasure Island

Tom Zart


THE BIBLE IS OUR ANCHOR


The storms of life come to everyone
There are none who are immune.
Some approach in our later years
While others come too soon.

The Bible is our anchor
Our lifeline to endure.
Without its presence, we falter
And our future is unsure.

The Bible is our compass
To lead us through the dark.
Our souls lie among the lions
As we face the dogs that bark.

Conviction is our emotional union
As we weather the storms of Earth.
Thank God for His amazing grace
Which helps us reveal our worth.

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: Saturday, July 05, 2014

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