Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

It Is God - Poem by Bob Gotti

It is God, and God alone, who rules all from His Eternal Throne,
It was He, who had sent His Son, to be the Savior for everyone,
Who then sent, The Spirit of Truth, to be for sin, God’s reproof,
To lead all men out of the night, and into Christ’s Glorious Light.

And He, who created all the earth, rules over this entire universe,
With His power and sheer majesty, over all that the eye can see.
He reigns over the spiritual realm, with Christ Jesus, at the helm.
Saving men snared in wickedness, by a Spirit of Righteousness.

Then the Righteousness of Jesus Christ, will begin to fill that life,
As The Spirit that’s sent from Him, guides us in this world of sin,
And The Father from up above, fills you with His peace and love,
As He reigns within your heart, to give your life a brand new start.

It was a plan initiated by God, to save people on this earthly sod,
Sending His Son to be sin for us, fallen people, made from dust,
Who sent The Spirit to our side, to be teacher and spiritual guide,
Giving new direction and scope, through our Lord’s Eternal Hope.

A Hope provided by our Creator, through a much needed Savior,
That Savior, being His own Son; eternally reigning over everyone,
As The Holy Spirit is setting apart, those with a God fearing heart,
For hearts that truly fear the Lord, will reign with God forevermore.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 5, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011


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