The spirit of untroubled peace.

by anand singh   Feb 2, 2015


He's known as the spirit of untroubled peace
whose love for us will never cease.
The Lilly of the valley and the king of kings
he's the creator of the universe and every living thing

He gives us no more than we can bear
we should begin, and end each day, with him in prayer.
In his father's house a special place for us he prepared
His love for us all is beyond compare.

Cast all of your burdens and fear, on this man
who, for each and every one of us, has a great plan.
One that will see us live in eternal bliss
with him and those we love, in peace and happiness.

But, to experience such peace, happiness, and joy
you'll have to invite him into your heart, and his teachings you must employ.
The end is fast approaching, there's no time to debate
Invite him into your life today, and start walking in the faith.

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  • 2 years ago

    by Cindy

    Paul
    your words always leave me with such hope :)
    So nice to be reading your verses again.

    Cast all of your burdens and fear, on this man
    who, for each and every one of us, has a great plan.
    One that will see us live in eternal bliss
    with him and those we love, in peace and happiness.

    Thoughts of this place make all the suffering worth it.
    Take care
    *hugs Cindy

    • 2 years ago

      by anand singh

      Dear Cindy, It's been a while since we last communicated but I haven't forgotten you. I enquire from Sylvia about your well being from time to time. Sure glad to know that you are back on the site. looking forward to reading your masterpieces once again. Take care Cindy.

  • 2 years ago

    by Ben Pickard

    A well written piece. A nice flow to this one.

  • 2 years ago

    by DarkLight

    Hey Paul.
    I really like your poem, sounded right as I read it.
    Thanks for choosing your faith in religion. I'm a Christ follower and happy to read more of your work.

    Shanky

  • 2 years ago

    by Ingrid de Klerck

    Amen to that, my friend:)

    Thank you for sharing your verses, words well worth spreading.

    Bless you,

    Ingrid