Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

In God’s Plan - Poem by Bob Gotti

I need God’s guidance day by day, to help me walk life’s narrow way,
He guides me daily with His Light, as I pass through the dark of night,
God does not leave us comfortless, but fills us with Christ’s joyful bliss,
He gives us His abundant Grace, to help us through the darkest place,

Friend we receive encouragement, from the One who Christ had sent,
The Holy Spirit who lives inside, who also helps us in this life to abide,
To abide in our Lord Jesus Christ, who came and died to give men life.
I simply need to trust and obey, The Spirit’s guiding throughout the day,

God Grants us His sustaining Power, to guide us through the final hour.
On each and every path that I turn, The Lord is there to help me learn,
Friend even in the midst of strife, there’s something to learn in this life,
While learning each and every day, to live for God in an abundant way,

God is the only guide you’ll find, who knows both your heart and mind,
God knows all you’ve been through, and knows where you are going to.
I know the plan that God has for me, a plan which extends into Eternity,
His plan for me began in this life, when I received His Son Jesus Christ.

His plan is to care and prosper me, and all God’s plans will come to be.
God’s plan cannot be thwarted friend, so whatever He starts he will end.
So as each and every day begins, I can in confidence look towards Him,
And when all in this life is said and done, I shall live forever with His Son.

(Copyright ©09/2006)


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 16, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, September 15, 2010


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