Benjamin Ogden

  • The origin of the race of Iblis is called “Taranus”. Taranus existed in the world one hundred and forty four thousand years before Iblis. The race of Taranus grew rapidly because they did not suffer from death or […]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 week, 5 days ago

    “Fight For Your Pastor” is a short and great read for anyone interested in better supporting their pastor in a local church. Around 100 pages, the book is a great read and addresses many relevant topics, including:

    – Specific ways to encourage your pastor.

    – Understanding the difference between submitting to authority vs. mindless obedience.

    -…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 week, 6 days ago

    My wife has mentioned Karen Kingsbury many times over the years and has read many of her titles. “A Thousand Tomorrows” focuses on the relationship between a circuit rider and a barrel racer. Have read through enough of the book to know my wife will like this title. The book is a clean read, grounded in Christian values, describes the struggles of…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 3 weeks, 4 days ago

    “Reactivity” by Paul David Tripp is a great read for improving human relationships, whether online or in person. While the book appears to target more online relationships, the principles are also applicable to in-person relationships.

    Around 170 pages, some of the points made include:

    – What should be the norm in our social media discu…[Read more]

  • One day Holy Mary After menses went to her Aunt’s or cousin’s home to have a bath

    She hanged a cloth before her than Gabriel appeared in form of a beautiful lad and Mary got terrified to a lad before […]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month ago

    “Five Views On The New Testament Canon” by Stanley Porter and Benjamin Laird is a great read on as the title mentions: differing views on how the New Testament books were selected to be in the Bible. Around 280 pages, the book centers around a few key questions:

    – What determined would be the New Testament Canon?

    – What is the definition of a…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month ago

    “Preaching” by David Overdorf is a great read for any preacher or teacher (regardless of experience level) wanting to better communicate the Bible in a simpler (but not simplistic) way. Around 240 pages, the book addresses many topics, including:

    – Preach according to the unique way God created you (in other words, just be yourself instead of…[Read more]

  • It is my belief the Lord says

    Some thing you long for something is my desire

    If you will pursue your own desired goals

    I will let you get tired in your struggles

    If You will struggle in direction of […]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago

    “The Pastoral Epistles” by Osvaldo Padilla is another great title in the Tyndale New Testament Commentaries (TNTC) series. Like other entries in the series, there are many things to like about this book:

    – Easy to read and understand.

    – Smooth flow from chapter to chapter (not a choppy read).

    – Appropriate technical level for the pastor and…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago

    “Redeeming Productivity” by Reagan Rose is a great read for anyone wanting to improve their productivity for God’s glory. Around 150 pages, some of the great points made include:

    – Why living for just ourselves is empty.

    – Instead of competing and comparing with others, do what God has called you to do.

    – Importance of a daily morning routine…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago

    “Reactivity” by Paul David Tripp is a great read for improving human relationships, whether online or in person. While the book appears to target more online relationships, the principles are also applicable to in-person relationships.

    Around 170 pages, some of the points made include:

    – What should be the norm in our social media…[Read more]

  • Today’s blog is pictorial depiction of my marital life social life and other aspects of life

    Watch Anil Kapoor role in this movie how special need Kapoor was tied with Salman Khan and Zayed Khan his two […]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    “Reading The Bible Around The World” is a great read on the different ways various cultures interpret the Bible. The title describes the viewpoints from the perspectives of North American, European, African, Latin America, and Asian cultures. The book is easy to read and understand, flows smoothly from chapter to chapter, contains a helpful…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    “A Just Mission” is a great read challenging people to do mission work different from the popular paternalistic and “I know better than you” approach used by some in the Western world. Around 200 pages, some of the many topics addressed include:

    – How poor countries are dependent on the Western world for financial support and the resulting…[Read more]

  • Princess Prittie sat in the royal carriage waiting patiently for Mirvanda to join her. While she sat alone in her own company, her thoughts turned to the day ahead. With everything that had happened, and although […]

  • M Taylor posted an update 2 months ago

    “Zero Hour America” is a great wake up call for our country to either turn back to its spiritual roots or go down the drain like other countries have over the centuries. Around 200 pages, some of the many topics covered include:

    – Questions we need to ask ourselves.

    – 2 extreme attitudes in our country today.

    – The 3 basic choices Americans…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 2 months ago

    “Liturgical Mission” by Winfield Bevins is a good read for anyone with some sort of church background, whether liturgical or non-liturgical. Around 200 pages, the book addresses many topics, including:

    – The tension between the old church traditions and new trends.

    – Contributing factors to the growth of church liturgy and liturgy is making a…[Read more]

  • The ensuing third day after victory at the castle, d’Gravernaugh had visited the princess at the garrison. His visit was solely to arrange with her the time of the king’s funeral ceremony, this had been mutually […]

  • A week had now passed since d’Gravernaugh and his small army of soldiers had successfully stormed, routed out, and slaughtered the filthy presence of their devilish nemesis at the castle of southern Gillion – […]

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