Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Missing A Sense Of Urgency - Poem by Bob Gotti

Weekly we hear the Pastor preach, about hearts and souls to reach,
Truths that we have often heard, expounded from God’s Holy Word,
Eternal Truths all believers must heed, about our world and its need,
That need, which is eternal friend, for every soul, this world will end.

An eternity for all men will begin, dividing this world, now run by sin,
As every soul from earth departs, when for each man eternity starts,
Some to join those who left before, to remain with God forevermore,
And others will be separated from, all men of God and His Kingdom.

To heed these Truths requires of us, for God, more than simple trust,
For as Believers we must sacrifice, our desire for the cause of Christ,
A cause which is of urgent concern, more so, as we continue to learn,
Of Judgment coming on this world, God’s Gospel is a must to herald.

Very soon on the present earth, what many value will be of little worth,
As earth will see a major upheaval, in God’s final battle against all evil,
A battle to destroy all Satan’s power, during this planet’s darkest hour,
When destroyed with fervent heat, to bring down Satan in sure defeat.

With everything we’ve been taught, in the Church what’s been wrought?
To bring that certain urgency into, the hearts of many like me and you?
To reach the lost and dying world, before God’s Judgment is unfurled?
So they can come to the place, to also be saved through God’s Grace.

(Copyright ©11/2008)

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 25, 2008



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