Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

New Under The Son - Poem by Bob Gotti

Things move from hot to cold, just as they go from new to old,
Nothing’s new under the sun, especially salvation in God’s Son,
Nothing from Him changed at all, since that time of Adam’s fall,
God’s salvation stays the same, under Heaven in but one name.

At that time when all seemed lost, the Lord pointed to the cross,
A time when man would be restored, by the actions of our Lord,
Bruised would be the heel of Him, when He’d die, for all our sin,
Christ would rise from the dead; crushed would be Satan’s head.

New beliefs are born of men, who themselves stand condemned,
In need of the one salvation, offered by our Lord to every nation,
At man’s fall back in Paradise, God pointed to just one sacrifice,
That sacrifice was Christ His Son, to pay sin’s price for everyone.

Since the fall sin has reigned, as on earth the devil has remained,
But soon the sin besetting man, will be destroyed by God’s plan,
When Christ who reigns over all, shall free men from Adam’s fall,
As He returns in pure majesty, to redeem us from Satin’s iniquity.

And His plan, not new my friend, from its beginning, had no end,
With Satan destroyed, by Christ, we’ll enter into Eternal Paradise,
And His Majesty, we’ll behold; a sight for us that won’t grow old,
As all shall be new for everyone, reigning forever under The Son.

(Copyright ©06/2008)

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 28, 2008

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