Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

One Small Child - Poem by Bob Gotti

One small child had come for many, sent by God for men to believe,
And God would offer them plenty, if His Son they would only receive.
Sent through God’s chosen nation, many though were truly deceived,
Had rejected God and His Salvation, as His Son they never received.

The Lord would turn to others then, leading many men to understand,
In Christ they can be Born Again, in every nation and from every land,
So, all men can have abundant life, and all across God’s earth below,
Through God’s Son Jesus Christ, when as Savior, His Son they know.

This abundant life, Christ shall give, to each and every believing heart,
Helping us, in a powerful way, to live, by His Spirit, who won’t depart,
As The Spirit, who now lives inside, guides us from the dark of night,
Helping believers to always abide, in The Savior, through God’s Light.

A plentiful life through our Lord, believers receive from a Loving God,
Helping His own to live in one accord, across the many lands we trod.
No longer separated by our sin, for Christ redeemed us from our past,
Then we are given a new life in Him, which with God shall eternally last.

All this accomplished by The One, who came to the earth to be a King,
God’s Only Begotten Eternal Son, who eternally Rules over everything,
The one and only Messiah of Israel, who will return to redeem His Own,
As Christ returns to God’s Holy Hill, to Reign upon Jerusalem’s Throne.

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Comments about One Small Child by Bob Gotti

  • (9/4/2007 11:44:00 PM)

    Bob, Always a ten!
    Theo :)

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 5, 2011

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