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Bible in Rhyme

The Good Samaratin
The Good Samaritan in rhyme form

Psalm 44
We have heard it with our ears, O God; our ancestors have told us what you did in their days, in days long ago. With your hand you drove out the nations and planted our ancestors; you crushed the peoples and made our ancestors flourish. Psalm 44:1-2

Mini Monoverse Fall And Redemption Of Man
I was reading one day about some different poetry forms and came across the mini monoverse. It seemed simple but complex at the same time. I decided to try it using the fall and redemption of man as my theme.

John 1
John 1 testifies that Jesus is the Word and that the Word was God, and with God

Psalm 41 finalist in poetry contest
Even though I'd known that the Psalms were divided into 5 books for most of my life, until I wrote this, I didn't know that the last verse (or so) of the last Psalm of each Book was a doxology. Psalm 41 is the final Psalm of Book 1, ending in a doxology.

A Tale Of Two Tomes
Two individuals are using their Bibles in totally different ways. Which one is pleasing to God?

Job 38 • Who Dare? first in poetry contest
After Job converses with his four friends for 35 chapters, God shows up in chapter 38 to set the record straight. And, boy, does he ask a lot of questions! Right from the get-go, he asks: “Who is this that questions my wisdom with such ignorant words?"

My take on the prodigal son with my own experiences and thoughts

Job 36 • Like Cattle Announcing a Squall finalist in poetry contest
I didn't have a title for this poem until I finally came across the very last verse. "He fills his hands with lightning and commands it to strike its mark. His thunder announces the coming storm; even the cattle make known its approach." Job 36:32-33

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