Cecelia Weir

Rookie - 261 Points (March 19,1955 / Fayette, Alabama)

Rest For The Weary - Poem by Cecelia Weir

There is Rest For The Weary
True rest for the soul.
Troubles, trals and tribulations
Yes, the agony of time
As eternity rolls.
Can be conquered right here
While this world you behold.
If you really trust in Jesus
There is rest for the soul.
Faith is the key
Prayer is the answer
And God got it all in control.
If you'll just go to Him
And talk as you stroll along
The relief will begin to surface
And you heart will be made strong.
You just try Him and see
He's everything and more
Yes, He's more in your life
But He's just what you need.
What you need Him to be.
Rest For the Weary...
Rest For The Weary...
Rest For The Weary soul.
Be encouraged in this life
For there can be happiness
Right here on earth
Despite its pain,
Its misery and its strife.
The good Lord loves you
He sees, He knows, and He cares.
If we but only trust Him
We would have no burdens to bear.
Rest For the Weary soul.
Safe in the arms of Jesus.
For He is love..
And He is Light....
He'll be your light.
He'll be your guide.
For He's always there
Right by your side.
Live in your soulful rest.
That the heartfelt ease
Will give you life at its best.
Rest, rest, in the Lord.
For He is..
Rest For The Weary.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 9, 2004

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