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Bible in Rhyme

God’s Greatest Wonder
The story of creation

The rich man and the beggar
Inspired by Luke 16 : 19-31

Psalm 115 finalist in poetry contest
Both of my most recent poems, Psalm 114 and Psalm 115, have alternating lines of 9 and 8 syllables; yet each of them forces the reader to read the poems with different cadences and rhythms. 35 more to go before I complete all 150 Psalms. Praise God!

Psalm 114
When Israel departed from Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of foreign tongue, Judah became God’s sanctuary, and Israel His dominion. The sea observed and fled; the Jordan turned back; the mountains skipped like rams, the hills like lambs. Ps 114

Psalm 90
“The eternal God”: A poetic rendition of Psalm 90; a psalm of Moses, the man of God. (KJV) This psalm is a prayer offered by Moses, when the people of Israel were about to take possession of the Promised Land.

Psalm 111
Praise the Lord. I will extol the Lord with all my heart in the council of the upright and in the assembly. Great are the works of the Lord; they are pondered by all who delight in them. Glorious and majestic are his deeds . . . . Psalm 111:1-3

“Oh, you of little faith”
Inspired by Matthew 14: 22-23, where Peter attempts to walk on the sea. Sometimes our fear is greater than our trust…

Psalm 107 finalist in poetry contest
I finished writing my poem, Psalm 106, nearly 4 months ago. And in that span of time, I didn't write a thing . . . until around Easter. I really liked the repetition I found in Psalm 107: the falling away of God's people and returning again once more.

The Lost and the Lame finalist in poetry contest
The story of Zacchaeus

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