Poems And Riddles


A RIDDLE: Who Is It? This riddle is answered only with one Bible word. Solve the riddle, if you can.


ANOTHER RIDDLE… One of the most popular sections of Biblebelievers.com is our riddles. Well, here’s another brain-teaser.

A STRAYING LAMB The tender Shepherd seeks his straying lambs, wherever they may go. Read this beautiful poetic story of God’s love and care for his own.

THE DEVIL’S VISION Our adversary, the Devil, is cunning and ingenious. Read how Satan has tricked and deadened God’s people with a certain modern technology.

WHAT IS IT? When asked this simple riddle, 80% of kindergarten students got the answer, compared to 17% of Stanford University seniors.

THE HOLY BIBLE vs. THE TV GUIDE Which one takes first place in your home?

IF GOD SHOULD GO ON STRIKE Just suppose that God decided to go on strike. This thought provoking poem provides an answer to this hypothetical question.

JESUS VS. A MODERN BUREAUCRATIC GOVERNMENT Just suppose the Lord Jesus were to do his same earthly ministry in our present day.

HOW MANY DOES IT TAKE TO CHANGE A LIGHT BULB? You’ve heard of “How many lawyers it takes to change a light bulb?” Here is the religious version.

THE HIDDEN BOOKS See if you can find the 16 hidden books of the Bible in this brain-teaser.

THE BATTLE HYMN OF THE PROTESTANTS By Todd Barker. Here is an alternative version of this famous hymn.

PEARLS OF GREAT PRICE A collection of poems by Linda B. Dallis.

REGARDLESS THE COST A reflection of those Christians of past and present who suffered in the Underground Churches for their faithfulness to the Lord Jesus Christ who suffered first.

‘TWAS THE NIGHT JESUS CAME gives a different twist to the famous poem, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.

TV OR NOT TV? This poem humorously asks the question why.

FAMOUS SAYINGS OF BOB JONES, SR. Look here for eleven of the notable sayings of a man speaking from an earlier generation.


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