A worldly speaker once made a few unspiritual remarks
about hidden books of the Bible to be found in a series of short paragraphs. This lulu kept
some people looking intensely for facts and more clear revelation.
Many listeners were in a jam, especially since the books were not capitalized,
but their enthusiasm produced eternal truths that struck large numbers
of readers. It seemed like a hard job at first, to look for these hidden books, but it quickly
became a most fascinating opportunity.
Yes, there will be
some real easy ones to spot, while others will be very difficult to locate. If this causes disagreements among our visitors,
it may require judges to finally settle the matter before a mass exodus
from these games occurs. We must admit it usually
takes a minute or two to find some, and others might take several minutes. This often produces loud lamentations
from at least one or two readers.
Jane was pretty quick at finding book names. She
brews her coffee and then places donuts on the table, so that she can eat and search at the same
time. Her older brother Joe is a practical joker, a mimic ahead
of his time who thinks looking for book names is too difficult, but he is very wrong, for any old hag
gains a level of expertise in just reading these short paragraphs. Joe
lets his personality get in the way. He lived in Johnstown for a
few years but moved to New York after he tripped over a hose, and broke
his leg falling into the flower bed. When he tried to learn to play the banjo, "Nah,
I'll never get it," was his reply. So, Joe left the big city and came back home. Meanwhile, Jane was dating
a guy named Gene who likes to share his talents. Gene's is the personality that more people
should have, because he writes poems, essays, proverbs, and adventure stories for her. Love
is strong between them. Her younger brother Jud, examines and proofs
this literature before it is sent to the publisher, for it's not often that someone cares for your sister like that.
Well, this excercise is just about over. It would be interesting
to chronicle some of the many things that you have been doing while reading. Did you eat a
banana? Hum a tune? Drop a pen? Rejoice in the Lord while licking
some icecream? Hopefully. you had a good time and found the names of many books of the Bible.