Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Work Abounds - Poem by Bob Gotti

Work does truly abound for us, who in Christ have placed our trust,
Working with our Savior friend, for His Kingdom, which has no end,
Among men who oppose His Word, to reach men who never heard,
God’s saving message of Salvation, to be shared with every nation.

A message that begins in those, who truly believe The Savior rose,
And that He rose to give New Life, to every believer in Jesus Christ.
New life to serve our Risen Lord, in a Kingdom that is forevermore.
To this Kingdom we point all men, from a world that is condemned.

The Lord Jesus set before our eyes, the world torn by Satan’s lies.
Although many Satan will deceive, Christ sent us so some believe,
By sending believers to every place, with a message of His Grace,
A message we are sent to herald, not to some, but to all the world.

Hence that is the task at hand, to share God’s love with every land.
Although at times we may hesitate, in a world that’s filled with hate,
Christ Himself was rejected by, the ones for whom He came to die.
But that did not stop God’s Son, from dying that day for everyone.

And so for Jesus I make my case, guided by God’s hand of Grace,
To finish the task God gave to me, pointing earthly men to Eternity.
This task given to me is rather small, knowing He is The Lord of all,
And so I submit all things to Him, Christ who saved me from my sin.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 5, 2011


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