Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Perhaps Today - Poem by Bob Gotti

Perhaps today, in the open sky above beyond the oceans gentle shore,
Perhaps today, from the clouds above we will hear that Blessed horn.

For the Church will hear the angel shout and the trumpet call of God,
And all alive in Christ will be lifted from this earth's lowly sod,

Perhaps today, we'll see the very one who has been Eternally Adored,
Perhaps today, up in the clouds we'll meet our Glorious Blessed Lord.

For those who died in Christ shall rise first at that Glorious sound,
Their bodies to be resurrected as they're extracted from the ground.

Perhaps today, through His Mighty Power and His Loving Eternal Grace,
Perhaps today, with all who went before us we'll see His Loving face.

When we hear the trumpet we know that we are at the end of the race,
We will share the prize and see The Author and Finisher of our faith.

Perhaps today, when the Glorious Trumpet of our God above resounds,
Perhaps today, with all of our loved ones we'll be up in the clouds.

Regarding the rapture we shouldn't stay quiet according to The Word,
Paul says encourage one another and share with all who haven't heard.

Perhaps today, in the twinkling of an eye we'll see heaven's portal,
Perhaps today, this earthly body will be changed into one immortal.

As you long for His return and you ponder for the right words to say,
The words in your heart will burn as you openly reply Perhaps today.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 21, 2003

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 16, 2010


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