Treasure Island

Bob Gotti

(03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Standing Firm In The End

In light of darkness to come, believers stand firm in God’s Son,
We are standing firm in our faith, upheld by His Love and Grace,
As judgment looms for the nation, we stand firm in His salvation,
For we were chosen by God above, saved by The Savior’s Love.

We are saved from God’s wrath, placed by God on another path,
Chose to be different in this life, being led by the Spirit of Christ,
At the foundation of the world, with His message for us to herald,
The Message of God’s Salvation, to be preached to every nation.

Sanctified by God into one body, one in Christ for all men to see,
Different people, all one in Christ, to be used by Jesus in this life,
To share with others God’s Truth, that they can be spared reproof,
Judgment of this world in sin; all those who do not belong to Him.

In Christ, believers are to stand fast, in Truth that shall forever last.
Not moved by the changing time, trusting in God’s Eternal Design,
Holding fast to Truth we learned, Truth, that the world has spurned,
Holding on to all learned doctrine, as men for God we seek to win.

May we be comforted by The Word, holding on to Truths we heard,
Being well established in our faith, this, as we journey on by Grace,
Truly standing firm in our salvation, Jesus, the only firm foundation,
As together we serve Him faithfully, while looking ahead to Eternity.

(Copyright ©03/2013)

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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