A cryptogram is a puzzle where a message is written with a scrambled alphabet. Each letter is represented by some other letter, always using the same substitutionary letter. For instance, JOHN THREE SIXTEEN” might be written: “ATRE LRBXX HOQLXXE.” The following passage of Scripture is taken from the King James Version of the Bible.

OIK OLOYI, YUOYOT UOYFT, FTAMA UTOXX ZA O MJJF JQ BAUUA, OIK TA FTOF UTOXX MYUA FJ MAYLI JNAM FTA IOFYJIU; YI TYE UTOXX FTA IOFYJIU FMPUF. IJR FTA LJK JQ TJDA QYXX HJP RYFT OXX BJH OIK DAOWA YIZAXYANYIL, FTOF HA EOH OZJPIK YI TJDA, FTMJPLT FTA DJRAM JQ FTA TJXH UDYMYF (MJEOIU QYQFAAI FRAXNA—FTYMFAAI).

For the answer, see page 5.

Answer to cryptogram on page 7: Romans 15:12-13