The following article contains the names of all the books of the Bible hidden within the words. See if you can find them all!   I once made a remark about the hidden books of the Bible.   It was a lulu, kept some people looking so hard for facts.   And for others it was a revelation.   Some were in a jam.   Especially since the names of the books were not capitalized.   But the truth finally struck home to numbers of readers.   To others, it was a real job.   We want it to be a most fascinating few moments to you.   Do these while you're watching TV, sitting on the john, eating tuna, humming your favorite reggae tune -- a song of Sol, "O Mon, I believe you!"

Yes, there will be some really easy ones to spot.   Others may require judges to help them.   I will quickly admit it usually takes a minister to find one of them, and there will be loud lamentations when it is found.   A little lady says she brews a cup of tea so she can concentrate better.   There are those among us who might need music - a banjo, electric guitar, or drums!   See how well you can compete.   Relax now, listen to Phil Collins and his band Genesis on the radio, or play your banjo!   Nah, just concentrate on the task at hand.   Find them all and be a pro!   Verbs and subjects don't always agree in this article, but don't let that stand in your way!

I even asked for help from my ex.   "O, Du!" she said.   I replied, "Corinth, I answer your questions," but she just said, "Come back at Ramadan." I eloquently thanked her.   Frustrated, she said, "This puzzle is a ... I... ah... I don't find these EZ.   Ek!   I elect not to do them!   Josh, u are no fun!"   I just replied, "O Bad!   I ... ah ... am really sorry!   " I thought about offering her a juju decoration or perhaps alms, but decided not to pursue it.   This just about chronicles our relationship.

So, I reached out to my brother and sister-in-law, Tim and Elsa Mueller.   After he found Deuteronomy and Nehemiah, she said, "Tim, O thy good husband, thou art so helpful!"   To Elsa, an antique bibliophile, money was no object, so she took time off from work and asked a fellow bookseller for help.   But the bookseller was a typical academic — a harebrained idiot! — and she never got back to Elsa.   Elsa muttered, "What a hag Gail is!"   She is definitely not normal — a Chicago native, I think!

Some of the hardest books to hide were Leviticus, Ecclesiastes, Jeremiah, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Zechariah, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians.   Remember that ten of the names are duplicated like First and Second Thessalonians, so you will only find fifty-six distinct names.

This puzzle is not EZ - rather, it is quite difficult.   It would be simpler if the books were in a list that you could pick from.   Answers can be anywhere in this article, so that makes this format the worst!   Good luck and God bless!