Denis Martindale


The Books Of The Holy Bible


The Books of the Holy Bible form the Cross of Christ.

Eleven to the left,
Eleven to the right,
Eleven books raised high above,
With thirty-three below,
So together we know,
Sixty-six show the King of Love...

Submitted: Friday, July 05, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 05, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Denis Martindale, copyright, July 2013.


This Holy Bible poem is based on the Gospel poem

Gods Puzzle by Gerald Bergeron (God's Puzzle)

poemhunter-dot-com/gerald-bergeron/poems/

The encampment formation of the Israelites is regarded
as forming the sign of the Cross when seen from above.

Also see my Gospel poem, The Triumph Of The Cross

The Triumph Of The Cross is a Gospel
message preached by minister John Hagee.
Available as sermon 1317, series S-1315.
Websites: jhm-dot-org and getv-dot-org

Hear the word of the Lord on GOD TV,
on Sky, Virgin Media, Freeview HD, or
Roku box, or visit the website god-dot-tv

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