Bob Gotti

Rookie (03/15/1957 / New Jersey)

Wrapped In Light - Poem by Bob Gotti

The Lord wraps Himself in light, that darkness cannot penetrate,
Existing high above dark of night, in His Glorious, Eternal State,
His form no eye on earth has seen, by those of us on this earth,
Value believers soon shall glean; that for us will be eternal worth.

God rides on the clouds above, as those clouds are His chariot,
Above all the clouds He speaks of, is the throne where God sits,
Throned high above in majesty, the Blessed Savior Jesus Christ,
Who every believer’s eye will see, when we into enter Eternal Life.

God left the Light of His Throne, to enter earth’s darkness below,
Coming down to redeem His own, and yet, Him they didn’t know,
So another thing God would do, He turned to each gentile nation,
With a Covenant, that was new, offering to all souls His salvation.

Yet, The Lord shall return to Israel, when this present age is done,
To redeem that Nation, per His Will, as God’s Only Begotten Son,
Jesus Christ, rejected the first time, by God’s only chosen nation,
However, it was of God’s Design, in fulfilling His Holy Revelation.

Christ came, the Light of the world, to redeem men from the night,
His Good News is what we herald, pointing other men to His Light,
For God came to redeem all men, to offer mortal men Eternal Life,
When, by God they are Born Again, through His Son, Jesus Christ.

(Copyright ©10/2011)

Comments about Wrapped In Light by Bob Gotti

  • (11/29/2014 3:42:00 PM)

    Hey Bob, you know how you slam the Jews for rejecting Jesus? Well, I think your attitude is spot on. If anything, it's a little mild. How can anyone reject our Lord when he has made himself completely and totally available to us? The Jews need to be punished for rejecting Jesus, and they will be after they die. Jesus will hand them over to Satan. (Report) Reply

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  • Vipins Puthooran (10/21/2011 5:10:00 PM)

    Very poignant write, pious lines and a spiritual poem. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 21, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 22, 2011

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