Tom Zart

Happiness, Life & Love - Poem by Tom Zart

Joy is a blessing we experience in our lifetime
Because it flows from our Father within and above.
Happiness is the feeling we possess in our soul
As we succeed in life by compassion, trust and love.

Christ's suffering, death, burial and resurrection
Opened the door for us to enter into heaven.
Somehow someway I've felt God inside me
From the time I was saved at the age of eleven.

There is a way to rejoice no matter your misjudgments
Just focus on Jesus, not your situation.
Consider all and recall Christ has provided for you
God's prophet of love, life, faith and salvation.

The path to happiness depends on honesty
Morals, faith, trust and our commitment to solve.
Every problem in life we must pray to God
For His wisdom to overcome, endure and resolve.

Where does Christ stand in your journey of life?
Have you pushed Him outside your heart?
There is no job, relationship, title or hobby
Worth keeping God and your soul apart.

God can do for us what no one else can
Forgive, provide, protect and bless our lives.
No human bond can equal His everlasting love
For children, women, men, husbands and wives.

Can you hear God calling 'I love you
I will give you the peace for which you long.'
His wisdom and grace we rejoice today
By, faith, servitude, obedience and song.

None of us are angels we all make mistakes
That's why we seek God's wisdom in prayer.
The answers we receive as we trust in Him
Give us awareness we can't help but share.

Topic(s) of this poem: faith

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Comments about Happiness, Life & Love by Tom Zart

  • (7/24/2014 11:20:00 PM)

    written in simple form and with a nice rhyme, i liked its kind of flow and the love you showed for God through this poem. lovely write. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Poem Edited: Friday, July 25, 2014

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