Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Fools - Poem by Bob Gotti

Although it’s God above who rules, the world’s filled with many fools,
Saying, there is no God at all, from minds that tend to be quite small.
Just how is this mindset wrought, and who prods the empty thought?
Thoughts that lead to darker behavior, isn’t prompted by their Creator.

It’s another god blinding those eyes, of many men thought to be wise,
It’s the god of this world, who blinds, not simply eyes, but also minds,
The dark prince and power of the air, swaying many minds not to care,
About the Lord or their destination, while he maligns God’s Revelation.

Satan has a darker power to deceive, influencing many, not to believe,
In the God above or in a Creator, thus, they have no need for a Savior.
And so, they scoff at you and me, believing not, in Heaven or Eternity,
Believing instead to embrace the lie, fools are believers, like you and I.

This pits all of God’s true believers, against all of the devil’s deceivers,
Multitudes who do not even realize, they are used by that father of lies,
One who knows there is a God, as he convinces many with an evil nod,
That there is no such One as Him, as Satan guides them in a life of sin.

As all marked as fools, by the world, believe the Truth, that they herald,
And while upon this darkened earth, they receive from God a new birth,
A spiritual birth, unto eternal life, through Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,
Unlike fools, who reject The Truth, to receive from God eternal reproof.

(Copyright ©01/2009)

Comments about Fools by Bob Gotti

  • (1/31/2009 12:06:00 AM)

    .....if Satan were as much a deciever as you put him to be then why is it *god* is pushed almost forced upon almost every person as an individual? ? why not let us choose weather or not to believe if we are wrong let us suffer if you are wrong and yes there is a possibility who would be the deciever now? (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 30, 2009

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