The 11 New Testament books that do not contain ANY direct quotes from the Old Testament are Philippians, Colossians, 1Thessalonians, 2Thessalonians, Titus, Philemon, 1John, 2John, 3John, Jude and Revelation.
The third and fourth most referenced Old Testament passages, found in the New Testament, occur 11 times. These passages are Daniel 12:1 and Isaiah 6:1.
The offended Kings
Scripture lists at least eleven kings or high-ranking officials who were OFFENDED when they were told the truth by one of God's servants. The men who offended themselves included the Pharaoh of Egypt (Exodus 10:28) and King Balak of Moab (Numbers 24:10). Kings Jeroboam (1Kings 13:4) and Ahab (1Kings 22:27) of Israel also got upset when told the truth. Several Kings of Judah got angry when confronted with words they did not want to hear including Asa (2Chronicles 16:10), Joash (2Chronicles 24:21), Uzziah (2Chronicles 26:19), Jehoiakim (Jeremiah 26:21) and Zedekiah (Jeremiah 32:3). Naaman (2Kings 5:12), captain of the King of Syria's army, felt insulted when he was told by the prophet Elisha to wash in the Jordan river in order to be healed. The last of the eleven who did not want to hear the truth was Herod Antipas (Matthew 14:3).
The gospel of John records eleven very special promises.
A person can receive everlasting life by believing in the Son of God (John 3:16)
A person can have eternal life by eating, spiritually, Jesus' body (John 6:54)
By following Jesus you will not walk in darkness (John 8:12)
Those who continue in Jesus' word will be set free (John 8:31 - 32)
A person will truly be FREE if made so by Jesus (John 8:36)
God the Father will honor those who serve Christ (John 12:26)
Those who believe in Jesus will do greater deeds than he did (John 14:12)
Those who obey Christ's commands will receive the Holy Spirit (John 14:15 - 16)
Those who keep Jesus' commands will be loved by both him and God the Father (John 14:21)
Those who abide in Jesus will be fruitful (John 15:5)
A person can be Christ's friend IF they obey him (John 15:14)
How does the number 11 relate to EDOM?
The dukes of Edom (Edom was another name for Esau, Jacob's brother) were eleven in number. Although closely related to the house of Israel, a bitter hatred existed between the two peoples. The dukes, or chiefs, of Edom were Timnah, Alvah, Jetheth, Aholibamah, Elah, Pinon, Kenaz, Teman, Mibzar, Magdiel, and Iram (Genesis 36:40 - 43).
Additional information on the Biblical Meaning of 11
Jesus was about 33 years (a multiple of eleven) when he died ('cut off' in Daniel 9:26) for the sins of mankind.