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Wet Kipper
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I've got some news for you, chum
You should listen to that bloke , Nahum
To those who fear the Lord
Justice has been assured
To the naughty folk, bad things will come...

[Cool]

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mysticlisa

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The Lord told Habakkuk to write
down a vision that brought no delight:
Woe on violent men
who ignore God in their sin,
For God will reward the upright.

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"More things are wrought by prayer
than this world dreams of."
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mysticlisa

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Sorry... couldn't resist this irrevent version:

I feel sorry for poor old Habakkuk
He obviously had such very bad luck
With his horrible name
He was sent to proclaim
God's wrath to men who didn't give a @#$%

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Ian Climacus

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These minor prophets are very solemn...

Zephaniah in Josiah's reign spoke clear:
The great day of the Lord is near.
Many in Judah awry went
Yet there was a remnant
Who did trust the Lord and Him fear.

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Dave P

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The Lord, in those days, was homeless,
His temple was just a great mess;
Stirred into action,
By Haggai's reaction,
The people were saved from distress.

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Zechariah tells that God's in control
Repent and your life becomes whole.
God's a judge and a King
Back His people he'll bring
Living free from the huge flying scroll

Sorry, that was awful! I think I need to read the book rather than cheating and using the summery in my Bible!

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The last of the old, Malachi,
He seemed like a really great guy,
Tithe all your loot
Just like you should
And your coffers will never run dry.

(Thanks to my hubby for this who should really join the ship!!)

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do justice, love mercy, walk humbly with your God

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Ian Climacus

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First up in the New Testament is Matthew
Who was both a tax-collector and a Jew.
He starts with a family listing
And closes with a Great Commissioning
And is not shy in writing a parable.

[Help] Sorry. [Help]

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Ian Climacus

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!!! MUST PROOF-READ BEFORE SENDING !!!

First up in the New Testament is Matthew
Who was both a tax-collector and a Jew.
He starts with a family listing
And closes with a Great Commissioning
And is not shy in writing a parable or two.

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Mark's Gospel is kept within reach,
kept it short in order to teach,
with things in from Q,
just to share the good news,
he sure could show some how to preach!

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The best inspiration is truth

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Wet Kipper
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A caring doctor called Luke
wrote his friend Theophilus a book
Tells of prodigal man (15:11-32)
and good Samaritan (10:25-37)
and heaven for a dying crook. (23:39-43)

[Big Grin] [Angel]

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After the synoptics - gospel four
If you read it, see what's in store:
When in the Logos you believe
Then God's life and light you will receive;
And that's John's Gospel, down to it's core

[Sunny]

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mysticlisa

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The church was founded at Pentecost,
To reach out to those who once were lost
Through teaching and worship,
Giving and fellowship,
The Apostles acted on what Christ had taught.

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"More things are wrought by prayer
than this world dreams of."
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Ian Climacus

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Romans, epistle 1, by Paul was writ
(In Greek, most certainly not in Sanskrit)
It shows how the Gospel spread to every nation
And the gaining, through faith, of salvation
Which caused Luther to end up in the sh*t!

(You could see that coming, couldn't you? [Big Grin] )

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The Corinthians need to be taught
To serve God and do as they ought;
It all sounds quite mean
Until chapter thirteen -
"Love bears all things", now, there's a thought.

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Dave P

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In Galatia, the people did see,
Lots of rules, there faith was empty;
But Paul was on a mission,
To stop circumcision,
Because from the law we are free.

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This is just really really excellent folks, t
thanks! I'm thoroughly enjoying all you really learned people can do with your knowledge, even if I can't contribute. Laysha - your summary of Corinthians is wonderful, well done.

When it's finished I'm certainly printing it out.

Keep going. [Sunny]

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Erm, can someone do 2 Corinthians, please?

I sure one of you people can come with something intelligent re. thorns in the flesh etc.

And before you ask, no, I can't

[Frown]

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Laysha
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Well, here's one aspect of it:

For the sake of the gospel he bears
Paul's endured many sufferings and cares;
He wouldn't complain
Of his toils and his pain,
If the rest didn't give themselves airs.

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Fauja

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Now Paul once wrote for Ephesus
to tell them of blessings in Jesus
there's a bit about war
of a kind without gore
wrapped up in a nice little thesis

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fusilli
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Jesus came to earth to die
So God lifted his name up on high
Rejoice and be glad
Keep praying like mad
-Paul to his mates in Philippi.

[Cool]

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I want to be weaker, give help to the strong ("Deeper" by Martin Smith)

"... my power is made perfect in weakness" (2 Cor 12:9)

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starbelly
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oooh, we are so nearly there!

Shall we do the books of the apocrypha as well?

Neil

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fusilli
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I also apologise for having two goes, but I do so love these letters of Paul:

Jesus is higher than all, (1:15)
Creation, the church and so y’all (1:16,17)
Know the wall he broke down (1:21)
Means that you’ll wear a crown (3:4)
Collosse, from your servant Paul (1:23)

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I want to be weaker, give help to the strong ("Deeper" by Martin Smith)

"... my power is made perfect in weakness" (2 Cor 12:9)

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mysticlisa

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Paul honored the Thessalonians' faith (ch 1:3)
And wished he could return there post haste (2:18)
So he sent Timothy to bless them (3:2)
And taught an eschatological lesson (4:14-17)
And blessed them with Jesus' grace (5:23 & 28)

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Okay, here goes:

What Nahum is trying to tell us
Is that God is angry and jealous.
Choose witches and harlots,
It'll surely be our lot
That He will take vengeance and fell us.

Whew.

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Iestyn
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To Thessaloniki, another
note warning each sister and brother:
"work hard for your bread"
Is just what Paul said,
"Don't tire doing right for each other"

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Rex Monday

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Coo. Such industry!

The Rev. Goodwins, writer of the books that kicked this thread off, is my father... I'll email him the link. I know he's looked at the Ship in the past, but I don't think he's registered or a regular lurker.

I've only written the one limerick, and that was about Onan. Probably best to leave it at that.

RM

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mysticlisa

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In Paul's letter to Timothy we learn
to "hold faith and good conscience" and yearn
to blamelessly lead in truth,
be an example in youth,
but all greed and corruption to spurn.

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than this world dreams of."
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Wet Kipper
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Paul wrote a letter to Titus
Saying "if other folk try to smite us,
Just try and make sure
that your actions are pure
and your teaching is free from detritus"

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fusilli
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Are we going to wait for Plassfan7 to do Philemon?
[Cool]

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I want to be weaker, give help to the strong ("Deeper" by Martin Smith)

"... my power is made perfect in weakness" (2 Cor 12:9)

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plassfan7
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quote:
Originally posted by fusilli:
Are we going to wait for Plassfan7 to do Philemon?
[Cool]

WOOHOO! Philemon....

e-hem~

Philemon can fit on one page
tells of Paul who'd give up his wage
to pay for Onesimus
who made quite a mess-o-mus
now willing to return to his cage

*bows*

(PS: Mysticlisa...thanks for your good word to me)

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fusilli
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Worth waiting for, Plassfan7.

Here is my stab at Hebrews:

Now Jesus is Son, Lord, High Priest,
Advocate, Lamb at the feast.
Than Moses he’s higher,
Ever-living Messiah,
So come. Live by faith. Tim’s released!

[Cool]

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I want to be weaker, give help to the strong ("Deeper" by Martin Smith)

"... my power is made perfect in weakness" (2 Cor 12:9)

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Wet Kipper
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Peter then wrote we are berks
trying to seperate faith and works
Try to watch what you say
don't go hoarding your pay
and of praying, he listed the perks.

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fusilli
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Sorry to be picky, Papa Smurf, but shouldn't that be James

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I want to be weaker, give help to the strong ("Deeper" by Martin Smith)

"... my power is made perfect in weakness" (2 Cor 12:9)

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plassfan7
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....thanks Fusilli, and back at cha!

These are ALL so good, such wit!

><†>

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Forgive me, but the first line of the Timothy limerick above has suggested to me the following (and after all, we only got one limerick for 2 letters....)

In Timothy 1 we learn
A woman's tuition to spurn
She'll not be a teacher,
A priest or a preacher,
('Til Spirit inspires a u-turn)

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Laysha
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Assuming the last one was James and not 1 Peter

You'll see trouble, but never defeat;
Be humble, and give up deceit;
Rejoice though you suffer,
Fear God, love each other,
Hang in there, we're with you - Love, Pete.

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mysticlisa

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Nicely done, Laysha!

Here's II Peter:

Peter wrote to those of like faith
to remind them to grow in God's grace
He warned them, Take heed!
Beware of false prophets' deeds
By their error never be led astray.

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than this world dreams of."
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Quidnunk
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I can't believe we're nearly finished!!

Here's 1 John;

1st John shows that God's love is right
Obeying Him gives our lives might.
By our deeds and our lives
Anitchrists cannot thrive.
And God's children can live in his light

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Laysha
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Nice one! I'm going to miss this thread.

Oh goodness, 2 John and 3 John are both more or less limerick-length as it is...
will do both at once and see if anyone else has an extra inspiration:

Those I love in the truth I now greet,
So our joy may be full and complete;
In the truth now abide,
Beware those who divide,
And I'll tell you much more when we meet.

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fusilli
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And Jude:

There are those who want license to sin
But not grace, and they quietly slip in
The body thy split
And cause you to quit
But be strong, through God’s Spirit you’ll win

[Cool]

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"... my power is made perfect in weakness" (2 Cor 12:9)

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Wet Kipper
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My apologies, [Frown] and well done to those who spotted it should ahve been James. The theme was correct too, just not the right name, sorry.

am too scared to try Revelation now [Help]

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Ian Climacus

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Hear now, ye churches, the Revelation.
And bow ye before Jesus every nation.
Satan's attacks may us surround;
But God's promises always abound:
The new Jeruslam at last shall be our haven.

(Not sure why I used 'ye'; anyone else have a better one!?!? I'd hate to see this thread end with my poor effort! Revelation is so vast!)

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Ian Climacus

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Note to myself: Learn to spell Jerusalem !

[Embarrassed]

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Since you've done all the books, I thought I would share these two I had written from Genesis before this series began:

There once were two people from Eden,
Who left their Creator’s heart bleedin’.
They made a mistake by believing a snake
And the rest of their lives they spent weedin’.

There was a bad brother named Cain
Whose attitude made him a pain.
He killed his own brother, brought grief to his mother,
And never was happy again.

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Quidnunk
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Go Admiral Holder - I don't even think I'd attempt Revalation - far to much to say in 5 lines, I think you did brilliantly!!

What are we going to do now we've finished? [Waterworks]

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starbelly
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Well, that was fun! well done to all who contributed. I may collect them all together and put them up somewhere, or then again I may not (have to check the ships copyright as well...)

Neil

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This has to go to Limbo rather than be allowed to diappear of the bottom of the boards.(Should I have posted this here or should I have alerted a Host or Admin? Sorry if its in the wrong place.)
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Belisarius
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Thanks for bringing this up--I had thought a copy had already been sent to Limbo and we were just keeping this thread out of habit, but it turns out we never got around to it.

This thread has officially "died deserving."

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Animals may be Evolution's Icing, but Bacteria are the Cake.
Andrew Knoll

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