Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Bob Gotti Poems

241. Inconvenience To Tragedy 3/20/2008
242. When Time Is No More 3/21/2008
243. It's Amazing 3/23/2008
244. Those Along The Way 3/27/2008
245. Spiritual Famine 3/28/2008
246. When All Is Done 4/17/2008
247. Shadow Of The Cross 4/20/2008
248. Out Of The Darkness 4/22/2008
249. God’s Revival 4/24/2008
250. Faith In Christ Alone 4/26/2008
251. God’s Eternal Light 4/28/2008
252. The Good With The Bad 5/1/2008
253. From The Heart 5/3/2008
254. I Am Not Religious 5/5/2008
255. Many Who Never Heard 5/13/2008
256. God’s Revelation 5/13/2008
257. On A Treadmill 5/17/2008
258. God Makes Things Happen 5/19/2008
259. God’s Trophies 5/20/2008
260. Signs In Religion 5/22/2008
261. Daily Concerns 5/28/2008
262. Bought For Eternity 5/31/2008
263. Against The Family 6/1/2008
264. Power To Change 6/2/2008
265. Training For Christ 6/4/2008
266. God’s Perfect Will 6/5/2008
267. How To Live For His Glory 6/7/2008
268. Other Gospels 6/8/2008
269. Peace Instilled By God 6/9/2008
270. Economic Storm Clouds 6/14/2008
271. Not Good Enough 6/15/2008
272. Religion Or Life 6/16/2008
273. Do You Really Know Christmas? 12/28/2007
274. Freed Through His Riches 12/28/2007
275. The Stars And Lampstands 12/29/2007
276. Mysteries Of The Kingdom 1/1/2008
277. Poured Out By God 1/3/2008
278. Not To Worry 1/3/2008
279. Eternal Truths 2/17/2008
280. I Stand In Him 3/30/2008

Comments about Bob Gotti

  • Poetry Hound (1/17/2005 10:11:00 PM)

    Congratulations to you Bob. You are on a mission to spread the word of Christ. Even if your poetry isn't any good, your faith is deep and it's more important to shove Christ's word in the faces of the sinning poets than to work on crafting good poems yourself. I'm sure you're doing a very effective job and have probably helped thousands on this site to see the light, to stop regarding biblical stories as unprovable fairytales, and to start praying to the Christian god in order to save themselves from ending up in the place where the guy with the pitchfork, horns, and pointy tail does his business.

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  • James Grengs (10/24/2004 7:43:00 AM)

    Maria, you have every right to be cynical, but i have one point to make- Jesus didn't just speak of love, He did. He gave Himself, the ultimate sacrifice, because He loved us.

    Can anyone measure up to that? Granted, Christians don't do all that we can to improve our society, but the best thing we can do is tell society what Jesus did for them. Society as a whole doesn't need reform, or welfare, or any handouts- they need Jesus.

    Sorry to sound as if I'm preaching, but understand that I don't hate you or your standing at all, I'm more saying that you shouldn't judge Christianity for what you think is a lack of action.

    Also, I have a problem with hypocrisy as much as anyone (if not more) and I can say that if I knew Mr. Gotti to be a hypocrite, I wouldn't care for his poetry. But as it is, I don't know what he does, only what he says, and I think that what he says is great stuff.

    In love,
    Ja/\/\e$

  • James Grengs (10/22/2004 11:23:00 AM)

    Bob, whatever anyone else might say, you have a gift. your poetry is very good, and I, for one, appreciate that you can write about our Lord and Saviour so well. keep fighting the good fight, brother.
    ~Ja/\/\e$

Best Poem of Bob Gotti

A Cord Of Three Strands

I have one lovely woman in my life, but we have a marriage of three.
The life long bond of our marriage is my wife, Jesus Christ, and me.

This is not simply a well known cliché, a phrase, or a simple token,
For Solomon said that a cord of three strands is not easily broken.

And when I include in my life, my two sons, I have a family of five,
For in the center is Jesus Christ who helps my entire family thrive.

The church that we attend is not just men and women under a steeple,
For the power we derive from Jesus Christ makes us a special people.

Even ...

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Behold The Lamb

We are told to behold The Lamb, sent to the earth by the great I Am,
To behold the very Lamb of God, who will soon rule with an iron rod.
He was the Lamb not many knew, was sent to earth for me and you,
The One who left a Glorious Throne, only to be rejected by His own.

The Lamb who took away our sin, although none was found in Him.
Indeed the only blameless sacrifice, was the God Man Jesus Christ.
Behold God’s amazing sacrifice, given so we may have Eternal Life,
The Lord above paid

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