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  • “Savoring Scripture” by Andrew Abernethy is a great guide for anyone wanting to better know and understand the Bible. Around 170 pages, some of the topics addressed include:

    – Understanding the historical context of biblical books and passages.

    – How the Bible flows from book to book, topic to topic, etc.

    – Instead of selectively picking out…[Read more]

  • “The Emotions Of God” by David Lamb is a great read for anyone who wonders if God has emotions. According to the Bible – indeed He does! Around 200 pages, some of the topics addressed include:

    – Why we don’t want to associate emotions with God.

    – Various emotions God expresses in the Bible.

    – Detailed study of the emotions God expresses in the…[Read more]

  • “Recalibrating Your Life” by Ken Boa is a great read for making adjustments to your personal life for greater productivity and fulfillment for God’s glory. Written from a Christian perspective, the book addresses many topics, including:

    – Making God and other people important in your life (hint: it’s just about you!).

    – The wisdom of realizing…[Read more]

  • While pride and arrogance have always been around, “Humility” by Gavin Ortlund is a timely read as our culture seems to become even more pride, arrogant, and narcissistic. Just under 100 pages, the book addresses many topics, including:

    – Misconceptions about humility (what it is and isn’t).

    – Definition of humility.

    – How the gospel fuels…[Read more]

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    “Something Greater” by Jentezen Franklin is a good read for anyone needing encouragement for anyone struggling to be faithful to the Lord where they are right now. Kind of reminds me of a title written years ago by Erma /Bombeck – “The Grass Is Greener Over The Septic Tank” when we yearn for something better and need to be faithful to the Lord…[Read more]

  • What are the historical pieces of evidence that we can rely upon to confirm that Mu’awiya killed A’isha, her brother, Abu Bakr, and Saad Ibn Abi-Waqqas?

    The relationship between A’isha and Mu’awiya ) turne […]

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    While I have read some titles by C.S. Lewis, I have never read any biographies on him and did not know much about his life. “Not A Tame Lion” by Terry Glaspey is a great read on Lewis’ life and insights on his thoughts on particular topics. Around 250 pages, the book is divided into 2 almost equal parts: Lewis’ life, and his writings and thoughts…[Read more]

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    “The Deeper Life” is another great compilation of writings by AW Tozer on a particular subject, with this title focusing on becoming more intimate with God. A short read at just under 100 pages, the book covers many great points, including:

    – Obstacles to a deeper spiritual life.

    – Intellectual knowledge of the Bible is not enough when we need…[Read more]

  • Yet another leading light in world of rock has been extinguished.

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    “The Trinity In The Book Of Revelation” is a great read on how the Christian doctrine of the Trinity (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) work together in the Book Of Revelation”. Around 200 pages, the book addresses many relevant topics on the subject, including:

    – Importance of reading the Book of Revelation with the understanding that the Trinity…[Read more]

  • Healthy levels of masturbation don’t cause memory loss. However, compulsive masturbation can have adverse effects on your memory. Physical exhaustion is one of the results of excess masturbating. That, in turn, […]

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    “Learning Humility” by Richard Foster is a good read on an much overlooked virtue in today’s world, especially in America. The author uses his life experiences, experiences of people he has known and people from history, and from the Lakota Indian tribe. An interesting read, there are many things to like about this title:

    – Easy to read and…[Read more]

  • From Arabic Bible And whoever is in awe of standing before their Lord will have two Gardens… ˹Both will be˺ with lush branches…. In each ˹Garden˺ will be two flowing springs…. In each will be two types of […]

  • Well I had pretty nice teeth but soft drinks addiction decayed my teeth I have lost three teeth and one more tooth has started decaying and has half decayed…these black water soft drinks has chemicals that are […]

  • When we talk about bias and prejudice it is not confined to particular category people it is extended to underprivileged and special need people and the way they face social bullying that is also extended to […]

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    “Escaping Enemy Mode” by Jim Wilder and Ray Woolridge is a great read on how the human brain works to either unite or divide us. Indeed, in today’s increasing political, business, ethnic, and religious polarization, this book is a timely read. Around 300 pages, the title addresses many topics, including:

    – Characteristics of the human brain in…[Read more]

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    “The Six Conversations” by Heather Holleman is a great read for anyone wanting to improve their conversational skills and relationships. Indeed, in a day and age of selfies, self-centeredness, and narcissism, the author hits the nail on the head for the solution: getting outside ourselves and show a sincere interest in other people for who they…[Read more]

  • 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 […]

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