Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Many Do Not Understand - Poem by Bob Gotti

Many just do not understand, about The God who owns the land,
That land that they call Palestine, renamed by the men in our time.
He’s a God, who hasn’t changed, even though the land’s renamed,
This land they say is occupied, by a peoples who must be denied,
An undeniable right to that land, promised to their father Abraham.

It was not Abraham, but God, who gave to them the land they trod,
A land that now aggressors claim, belongs to them in Allah’s name.
Hence today there is much dispute, on whom the land was given to,
In regard to the present occupation, of that tiny yet troubled nation.
Troubles that continue to escalate, fueled by people filled with hate.

The hate for that tiny nation, that God chose to reveal His Salvation,
Not just to one, but every land, a thought that they don’t understand,
For God came to save all the world, contrary to all these men herald.
All the world shall be saved by one; The Father’s Only Begotten Son,
Christ, who came for you and me, shall come to set His people free.

True understanding will not come, through the men they speak from,
But the violence will continue to rise, and all this to their own demise,
Setting the nations opposed to God, who will return with an Iron Rod,
To redeem His Chosen Nation Israel, according to God’s Eternal Will,
When God above ends all strife, sending forth Messiah, Jesus Christ.

(Copyright ©06/2007)

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 16, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011

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