Michael Wester

The Poetic Scriptures of Six Writers

The attention of audiences has been captivated by rhythm and rhyme. Who has not appreciated the works of Dr. Seuss or listening to poems that mimic “The night before Christmas”? Imagine if the Bible, God’s Word, were put into that format? Would that not also capture attention? This book completes the work of putting the entire New Testament into rhythm and rhyme.

The Poetic Scriptures of Paul: God’s Word in Rhythm & Rhyme

The attention of audiences have been captivated by rhythm and rhyme. Who has not appreciated the works of Dr. Seuss or listening to poems that mimic “The Night Before Christmas”? Imagine if the Bible, God’s Word, were put into that format.

The Poetic Scriptures of Luke

The attention of audiences have been captivated by rhythm and rhyme. Who has not appreciated the works of Dr. Seuss or listening to poems that mimic “The Night Before Christmas”? Imagine if the Bible, God’s Word, were put into that format. Would that not also capture attention? Read the following excerpt where Jesus tells a story about an unlikely hero. Read it slowly and with care.

The Poetic Scriptures of John

The attention of audiences have been captivated by rhythm and rhyme. Who has not appreciated the works of Dr. Seuss or listening to poems that mimic “The Night Before Christmas”? Imagine if the Bible, God’s Word, were put into that format. Would that not also capture attention? Read the following excerpt about the circumstances surrounding the death of Lazarus. Read it slowly and with care.