This   is   a   most   remarkable   puzzle.   It   was   found   by   a   gentleman   in   an   airplane   seat pocket   on   a   flight   from   Los   Angeles   to   Honolulu   keeping   him   occupied   for   hours.   He enjoyed   it   so   much   he   passed   it   on   to   some   friends.   One   friend   from   Illinois   worked on   it   while   fishing   from   his   johnboat.   Another   friend   studied   it   while   playing   the banjo.   Elaine   Taylor,   a   columnist   friend   was   so   intrigued   by   it   she   mentioned   it   in her   weekly   newspaper   column.   Another   friend   judges   the   job   of   solving   the   puzzle so   involving,   that   she   brews   a   cup   of   tea   to   help   her   nerves.   There   will   be   some names   that   are   real   easy   to   spot.   That’s   a   fact.   Some   people,   however,   will   soon   find themselves    in    a    jam,    especially    since    the    book    names    are    not    necessarily capitalized.   Truthfully,   from   answers   we   get,   we   are   forced   to   admit   it   usually   takes a   minister   or   scholar   to   see   some   of   them   at   the   worst.   Research   has   shown   that something   in   our   genes   is   responsible   for   the   difficulty   we   have   in   seeing   the   books in   this   paragraph.   During   a   recent   fund   raising   event,   which   featured   this   puzzle, the   Alpha   Delta   Phi   lemonade   booth   set   a   new   sales   record.   The   local   paper,   The Chronicle,   surveyed   over   200   patrons   who   reported   that   this   puzzle   was   one   of   the most   difficult   they   had   ever   seen.   As   Daniel   Hummana   humbly   puts   it,   the   books   are right   there   in   plain   view   hidden   from   sight.   Those   able   to   find   them   will   hear   great lamentations   from   those   who   have   to   be   shown.   One   revelation   that   may   help   is   that the   books   like   Timothy   and   Samuel   may   occur   without   their   numbers.   Also   keep   in mind,   that   punctuation   and   spaces   in   the   middle   are   normal.   A   chipper   attitude   will help   you   compete   really   well   against   those   who   claim   to   know   all   the   answers. Remember,   there   is   no   need   for   a   mad   exodus,   there   really   are   30   books   of   the Bible lurking somewhere in this paragraph waiting to be found.
BIBLE BOOK WORD FIND Thirty   books   of   the   Bible   can   be   found   in   the   following   paragraph.   Can   you   find   them?   The first   one   is   provided   for   you.      (Hints:      The   letters   might   be   separated   by   punctuation   marks.     The   books   might   be   contained   in   2   or   more   words.      Don’t   look   for   correct   capitalization.     Books do not have I or II before them. ) Underline or circle the books as you find them. 
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BIBLE BOOK WORD FIND Thirty    books    of    the    Bible    can    be    found    in    the    following paragraph.   Can   you   find   them?   The   first   one   is   provided   for you.      (Hints:      The   letters   might   be   separated   by   punctuation marks.      The   books   might   be   contained   in   2   or   more   words.     Don’t   look   for   correct   capitalization.      Books   do   not   have   I   or   II before them. ) Underline or circle the books as you find them.  
This   is   a   most   remarkable   puzzle.   It   was   found   by   a gentleman   in   an   airplane   seat   pocket   on   a   flight   from Los   Angeles   to   Honolulu   keeping   him   occupied   for hours.   He   enjoyed   it   so   much   he   passed   it   on   to some   friends.   One   friend   from   Illinois   worked   on   it while    fishing    from    his    johnboat.    Another    friend studied   it   while   playing   the   banjo.   Elaine   Taylor,   a columnist     friend     was     so     intrigued     by     it     she mentioned    it    in    her    weekly    newspaper    column. Another   friend   judges   the   job   of   solving   the   puzzle so   involving,   that   she   brews   a   cup   of   tea   to   help   her nerves.   There   will   be   some   names   that   are   real   easy to   spot.   That’s   a   fact.   Some   people,   however,   will soon   find   themselves   in   a   jam,   especially   since   the book      names      are      not      necessarily      capitalized. Truthfully,   from   answers   we   get,   we   are   forced   to admit   it   usually   takes   a   minister   or   scholar   to   see some   of   them   at   the   worst.   Research   has   shown   that something    in    our    genes    is    responsible    for    the difficulty    we    have    in    seeing    the    books    in    this paragraph.   During   a   recent   fund   raising   event,   which featured   this   puzzle,   the   Alpha   Delta   Phi   lemonade booth   set   a   new   sales   record.   The   local   paper,   The Chronicle,   surveyed   over   200   patrons   who   reported that   this   puzzle   was   one   of   the   most   difficult   they had   ever   seen.   As   Daniel   Hummana   humbly   puts   it, the   books   are   right   there   in   plain   view   hidden   from sight.    Those    able    to    find    them    will    hear    great lamentations   from   those   who   have   to   be   shown.   One revelation    that    may    help    is    that    the    books    like Timothy     and     Samuel     may     occur     without     their numbers.   Also   keep   in   mind,   that   punctuation   and spaces   in   the   middle   are   normal.   A   chipper   attitude will   help   you   compete   really   well   against   those   who claim   to   know   all   the   answers.   Remember,   there   is   no need   for   a   mad   exodus,   there   really   are   30   books   of the    Bible    lurking    somewhere    in    this    paragraph waiting to be found.
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