Bob Gotti

(03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Waiting For Change


Huge changes today many anticipate, as all the nations hopefully wait,
Waiting for the world to change, lead by men who knowingly exchange,
The ways of God for ways of men, ways that God will surely condemn,
For in their ways the One ignored, in all their changes is Christ our Lord.

Knowledge of God is not a need, for the change they want to succeed,
Nor is God even in their thought, regarding changes they want wrought,
Asserting change vital, with zeal; a godless agenda the ultimate appeal,
A new unity that includes everyone, while, excluding God’s Eternal Son.

The wait goes on across this world, for all their changes to be unfurled,
While the people across each land, wait for their leader to take a stand,
A stand, which will lead to a unity, following a leader they’ve yet to see,
However, this leader, without a doubt, will have the Will of God left out.

The changes won’t be subtle friend, when the waiting comes to its end,
With world leaders coming together, promoting changes for the better,
They purpose though to avoid detail, of what these changes will entail,
And to avoid future religious strife, the reject all Truths of Jesus Christ.

But, this will be easy on that day, for the Church has been taken away;
The change that many are waiting for, will make life darker than before,
With allegiance given to one man, many will fall prey to his darker plan,
When changes, to bring all together, marks men’s souls to Hell forever.

(Copyright ©04/2009)

Submitted: Tuesday, April 07, 2009
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