Guest Poet Joanna Fuchs

When rage and fury overwhelm my heart,
It’s time to look to God’s own Holy Word.
I search the Bible for His good advice;
My will to His commands must be deferred.

In Romans God reveals His love for me;
In all things God works only for my good;
He gives me blessings I can’t understand;
I’d be peaceful if I’d do the things I should.

Jesus forgave so much; why then can’t I?
I want to mold my life after His own.
I pray, I try, but my sinful nature wins;
Lord, help me, I can’t do this thing alone.

In Colossians, I read about the peace of Christ;
Oh, how I long to feel it in my heart.
All I have to do is to forgive,
But Lord, it seems I don’t know where to start.

I need to walk a mile in the other’s shoes;
They’re doing what they think they have to do.
I know some problems are blessings in disguise,
But Lord, sometimes I feel so doggone blue.

Ephesians says “forgive as the Lord forgave you;
Get rid of anger and every form of malice.”
I’d love to just let go and release it all,
But upon my heart is a wound that’s become a callus.

I’ll keep praying, trying, Lord, no matter what;
I’m determined to let go and relinquish blame;
Some day, I’ll say, and be truly sincere:
“I forgive it all in Jesus’ precious name.”

(Romans 8:28, Colossians 3:13, Ephesians 4:31)

© By Joanna Fuchs

Joanna believes Christian poems and inspirational Christian poetry should reference our Lord Jesus Christ, and Christian poems about Christians should help us live our lives according to His commands, as this Christian verse does. For more of Joanna’s poetry visit her at poemsource.com where you’ll find a variety of Free inspirational Christian poems. Christian poetry, Christian verse, church poems, spiritual poems. Christian rhymes, Jesus Christ poems, and poems about and for Christians.

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