Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

No One Else - Poem by Bob Gotti

My friend, no one else will do for you, what The Son of God will do,
When you let Jesus into your life, and you give your heart to Christ.
For no one else has ever done, anything comparable to God’s Son,
Leaving His Throne in eternity, in Love, to come and save humanity.

First He shall save you from all sin, when you simply believe in Him,
And trust the finished work of Christ, when He became our sacrifice.
Then after He died in our stead, Christ rose in victory from the dead,
Giving a real hope for all of those, who truly believe The Savior rose.

Christ gives to us New Life on earth, in The Spirit, through New Birth,
A new life, to live life differently, as we now look forward to Eternity.
Not only are we spiritually healed, but by God’s Spirit we are sealed,
Sealed until the Day of Redemption, by our Lord with no exemption.

Sealed by Christ is our destination, as we come to Him for salvation,
Securing for us a place in Paradise, in a mansion prepared by Christ.
With Christ coming to this sod, He wrought peace with man and God,
God’s condemnation we won’t see, since Christ died for you and me.

No one else has come from above, from Heaven to this earth in love,
Leaving a Glorious Eternal Throne, to redeem sinful man as His Own.
And no one else is coming again, to rapture all of those Born Again,
No one, but Jesus Christ our Lord, this, to live with Him forevermore.

(Copyright ©09/2007)

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 29, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011

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