Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Valley Of Peace - Poem by Bob Gotti

God can help your heart to climb, a special place of peace of mind,
Up to that special mountain top, where all your worry seems to stop.
You let all problems roll behind, as you journey down the other side,
Down to a valley below of peace, where all your burdens truly cease.

This can be at The Savior’s feet, where our peace is made complete.
So cast your burdens on to Christ, who died for us to have New Life.
Peace, Christ wants to fill you with, as your New Life in Him you live.
And this New Life you have in Him, removes the burden of your sin.

Christ enables you to live each day, through The Spirit, on the way.
Powered by The Spirit of God, He protects you on the path you trod.
The Spirit gives you peace in life, that was attained by Jesus Christ.
In a trial, just call upon The Lord, and your burden won’t be ignored.

When you are upon a weary hill, your heart, with peace, He will fill.
And Christ’s peace will not stop, even after your feet reach the top.
For as you start back down the hill, His peace remains with you still.
Christ will never leave you friend, not even when you reach the end.

Soon you’ll be in the valley above, surrounded by His Eternal Love.
With no more weary hills to climb, as you enter a new world sublime.
Eternally in the presence of Christ, as He leads you into Eternal Life.
In the Eternal pasture of The Lord; guided by His Love forevermore.

Comments about Valley Of Peace by Bob Gotti

  • (7/7/2005 6:33:00 AM)

    Hey Bob, what a jokester you are! I think it’s funny how you pretend to know what’s in the hearts of other people. Like, if they don’t agree with you, they must be angry or weary or something. You should do a comedy sketch for the church talent show where you play this presumptuous psychiatrist that tells every patient what they feel even before they’ve opened their mouths. And then you prescribe the exact same thing for every one of them. It would be a laugh riot. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 6, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, May 14, 2010

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