Paris Attack & God's Soldiers - Poem by Tom Zart
Every man should be a soldier
As it was with Romans and Greeks.
Evil loves to yoke both mind and soul
And strike freedom from our cheeks.
It's not the guns or armament
Nor the flags we fly in parade.
Just love, faith and cooperation
That overrules Satan’s brigade.
We triumph by faith, trust and bravery
Forcing radicals put their weapons away.
And those of us who may die first
From Heaven shall watch and pray.
Life may place us in deep waters
Though God doesn't wish us to drown.
Adversity teaches to seek His wisdom
As to others we smile or frown.
The greatest lesson we learn in life
Are the troubles which come our way.
Adversity strengthens our minds
As we pray what to do and say.
Our world has always suffered from misdeeds
Revealing who to follow, fear, fight or forgive.
The better we serve the outcome of others
The better we sleep, love, learn, prosper and live.
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