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Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

A Future To Know


Many say that the future's unknown, but, to many, God has shown,
What the future, for all shall be, throughout the pages of prophecy,
Words of God, indeed foretold, to His people, by prophets of old,
Warning men of dark times ahead, filling many with fear and dread.

A lot of prophecies were fulfilled, precisely as The Lord God willed,
All in accordance to God's Word, which, many of His people heard,
Prophecies to God's chosen nation, as to Judgment and Salvation,
Concerning God's promise to Israel, a covenant oath He shall fulfill.

All throughout God's Revelation, are words spoken to every nation,
Words beyond His Hebrew country, to people just like you and me,
God's Word about their judgment, of which, The Lord will not relent,
To judge all of Israel's enemies, which shall fulfill future prophecies.

Dark times for all, sure will come, but, God to all, revealed His Son,
Promised light to Gentile nations, offering from Israel His Salvation,
Extending salvation to all the world, is what for God we now herald,
Deliverance accessible to everyone, through Christ, His Eternal Son.

God prophesied the death of Christ, offering to all men Eternal Life,
His resurrection, He prophesied, as now He lives, although He died,
God's coming back for all of us, those who belong to Christ Jesus,
Then after His Judgment is unfurled, Christ will rule this entire world.

Submitted: Thursday, May 03, 2012
Edited: Friday, May 04, 2012

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