Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

God’s Provision


All my help comes from above, no matter what I am thinking of,
He tends to my needs with love, fitting my situation like a glove,
Supplying all my needs to me, from a source that I may not see,
As God moves the heart of man, as He fits me into another plan.

God’s plan intertwines down here, in other sources, far and near,
Using sources all about the earth, as an opportunity He will birth,
He knows our need for each day, from Him we need not to stray,
Providing for His own and more, in His provision we can be sure.

Man’s ways don’t frustrate God, as He rules over the earthly sod,
Earthly ways man may revise, but God still rules above the skies,
All man’s futile, temporal revision, will not hinder God’s provision,
As The Lord above all Eternity, cares for His own and their family.

I must focus upon the Lord alone, as God cares for His very own,
Using the very situation at hand, in a way we may not understand,
In ways that may not be clear, with sources about us that are near,
As God moves the heart of man, to provide according to His plan.

God provides all that man needs, in the lives of those Christ leads,
Leading in ways we may not know, but, where He leads, we will go,
And then the door opens wide, for by Him, all needs aren’t denied,
When blessings do get poured, we know provision is of The Lord.

(Copyright ©04/2009)

Submitted: Friday, April 17, 2009

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