8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Unashamed” by Lecrae Moore

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I started the year by checking some of the free audiobooks I accumated by subscribing at Christian Audio. I want to listen to something. If I’m enjoying podcasts over Spotify these audiobooks will fill my time with spiritual stuff. So I started with a biography from a prominent Christian and secular rapper, Lecrae.

So here’s some quotes from that bio book, Unashamed by Lecrae Moore. If you like these quotes please get the book in either physical, e-book or audiobook.

“If you live for people’s acceptance, you’ll die from their rejection.”

“If you are a politician, you don’t have a “secular” job. If you are a computer programmer, you don’t have a “secular” job. The term secular is defined as an attitude, activity, or thing that has no religious or spiritual basis. But there is nothing on the planet that God isn’t ruling over. Everything a believer touches and uses in a way that honors God is, in a sense, no longer “secular.”

“Success is not what I’ve done compared with what others have done. Success is what I’ve done compared with what God has called me to do.”

“But before God could change me, He needed to mature me. And before God could mature me, He needed to move me.”

“There is no such thing as Christian rap and secular rap. Only people can become Christians. Music can’t accept Jesus into its heart. So I am not trying to make Christian music or secular music. I’m just making music. Hip-hop, like all music, is a good thing. I could use it for evil by filling it with violence and misogyny and profanity. Or I can use it to glorify God.”

“A person can be removed from slavery in an instant, but it takes a lifetime for slavery to be removed from a person.”

“Two thousand years ago, the apostle John wrote, “For all that is in the world—the desires of the flesh and the desires of the eyes and pride of life—is not from the Father but is from the world.”17 Not much has changed in two millennia. Achieving what the world calls “success” has taught me that these are still three of the world’s main temptations.”

“Even though He knew all my mistakes, God still died for me. I don’t even like God, and God loves me. Despite everything, God bought me at a price.”

Top 10 Best Books I Read in 2019

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Last year was my “out of the comfort zone book adventure”. I read a few books but I enjoyed the way I got my copies of the books. I joined book launching teams and I got listed in IVP weekly release e-mail. Even got physical copies of the books. This journey was so amazing for a small book blogger like me. I hope and pray that 2020 will be much bigger for me and you my readers.

Anyways here are 10 best books that I read last year (plus some comments). I also included the links to the book review and quotes I enjoyed from the book.

The New Testament in Seven Sentences by Gary M. Burge – Among the IVP books I read, this is so far the best.

Read the book review and favorite quotes from the book.

Revolutionary Work by William Taylor – I don’t know why Lego is in the cover of this book but if you want to pick something compact on the biblical view of work, this book will do the job.

Read the book review and favorite quotes from the book.

Abide by Warren W. Wiersbe – The best thing in life is free and indeed it’s the best because of this book. If you haven’t sign up with the weekly free ebooks from 10 of those better head on their website. It’s a surprise to include a book from Wiersbe in their e-mail that you’ll love because it’s short but meaty.

Read the book reviewand favorite quotesfrom the book.

Richard Dawkins, C. S. Lewis and the Meaning of Life by Alistair McGarth – Get to know the views of these intellects without reading tons of books about them. Alistair McGarth distilled it all for you in this book.

Read the book reviewand favorite quotes from the book.

A Week in the Life of a Slave by John Byron – Jump start your historical fiction genre by getting this book. This is the first book I requested from the weekly emails of IVP and I loved it!

Read the book review and favorite quotes from the book.

So The Next Generation Will Know by Sean McDowell and J Wallace Wagner – Sean McDowell reads his e-mails. Because I requested this then new book from him and he gave me a digital copy. So cool! And through him, he gave me the idea to change from Quotable Round-Up to 8 Favorite Quotes.

Read the book review and favorite quotesfrom the book.

A Place Like Heaven by Samuel Miller – I read this booklet while falling in line at a comicbook convention and enjoyed finishing it after stand for 30 minutes.

Read the book review.

The Future of Everything by William Boekestein – Been trying to get a review copy of any book Pastor Bill is releasing specially the children’s books. Finally I got one and have the physical copy as well.

Read the book review.

Defining Deception by Costi Hinn and Anthony Wood – Requested the review copy of this over Twitter and Costi mailed it to me.

Read the book review and favorite quotesfrom the book.

Sunny Side Up by Dan DeWitt- A part of this book tackles the topic about forgiveness which really touched my heart. Forgiveness is an issue I battle and thank God this year I forgave people who hurt me.

Read the book review and favorite quotes from the book.

Thank you guys for reading my blog this past year and I hope 2020 will bring more books for us to share.

The Freebie Round-Up #61

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Been hacking something for a while that I will launch in February 2020. It’s an out of my comfort zone thing so I have no experience in doing it. In fact, it’s giving me a hard time making one but still I’m enjoying the process. Please include me to your prayer.

Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies that are waiting to be downloaded. And if your new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.

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Free e-book “Discourses on Prayer” by Thomas Boston – The latest edition to the ever growing free e-books from Monergism this e-book is from the Puritan Thomas Boston tackling prayer on the basic level.

FREE Jesus Storybook Bible Advent Calendar printable, ornaments and reading plan- Based on the book by Sally Lloyd Jones, these free downloadables are updated for 2019 for your kids.

FREE e-book “The Bible Handbook of Difficult Verses” by Josh McDowell and Sean McDowell  – The father and son apologist tandem goes to explain and gives assurance to believers when encountering difficult Bible verses. Download this free e-book from FaithLife by creating a free account (so you can read and save the e-book).xcmxluu

FREE e-book “C. S. Lewis: A Profile of Faith” from C. S. Lewis Institute- A free e-bookthat commemorates the life of this Christian giant with essays from different authors including Dr. Philip G. Ryken.

FREE music with videos, lyrics, chord sheet – 20 Schemes Equip provides music for the church to sing. All free and visit often for more updates.

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FREE e-book “Why Sex is the Best Argument for Creation” from Is Genesis History? From the makers of the documentary Is Genesis History?  come this free ebookthat collects the best essays on creation.

Free e-book “The Wiersbe Bible Study Series: Accepting the Challenge to Confront the Enemy” by Warren W. Wiersbe- Available till December 13, this is David C. Cook freebie of the week.

By the way, to my Pinoy friends do you want to learn how to self-publish your book? Here’s a step by step video from Loida Bauto an AVM survivor and a PWD vlogger:

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Superhero Movies Has (Moral) Issues

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Thanos infamous snap in Infinity War launched people not just to awe to the visuals and narrative, but also questions his motives to wipe out 50 % of all the living beings in the universe. Rarely a film would do that specially a superhero movie.

If youre a Marvel fan and followed the MCU over the decade it seems that we just go to the norm in watching a movie. We go to the movies, buy the ticket, sit down, munch our popcorn,leave feeling great and anticipating the next movie of this saga. We admire Captain America and Ironman. We got divided on which side we will go to (in the movie Civil War). And how about the sacrifice of Ironman as he takes the gauntlet and snaps back everything Thanos took away in the finale of the saga that is Avengers: Endgame.

We don’t just leave our movie houses and forget what we have watched. We bring it to our homes, to our life and to our family. We talk about it over dinner or in our coffee breaks at the office. We talk how the good story is and stunning visual effects. But there is something that we should ponder beyond that. The moral aspects of the movie. Thanos came not just to bring terror to the big screen. He came to make us think of morality. Pondering the moral issues of our superhero movies is pondering our very depth of our being. The one that has an eternal imprint.

Superhero movies matter because it shows us what reality is. Of course, it’s impossible to see aliens crashing on earth saved by his parents from the destruction of their planet. Nor we can find a Norse god who wields a hammer. The moral essence of these movies shows the reality we live in. It goes beyond the creators, the screen writers, directors and to the movie geeks. We might not admit it, it’s one of the reason why we watch it. The heroism and it’s an inescapable fact that we live on that reality. Any other way will plunge you to absurdity. These are more than some plot holes in the movie. We share something in ourselves with this movies.

Years ago I enjoyed reading this website that list down superheroes and their respective believes. You can read some of our beloved heroes are pagan, nominal Catholics and atheist.  Superman is a Christian, according to this website and it’s no brainer that his convictions shaped him. What shaped him is what affects what he’s decisions and actions are when engaging the world. Whether you’re a Christian, Buddhist or atheist, you have this lens that you use to look at the world. We call that a worldview. However, there lots of worldview out there but we should ask,what’s is the worldview that is compatible to the reality we are into? Moreover, the worldview that is compatible to this world would eventually answer ultimate questions about life.

As I ‘m writing this, the teaser trailer for the Black Widow and Wonder Woman’s 1984 dropped. Both female superhero movies that will grace the silver screens on 2020. One is a former Russian spy who left to side with good. Another is a goddess who want to use her powers for humanity. Again we are facing isssues of morality. Why would Black Widow leave her former organization to do what’s right? Should we be concern if Wonder Woman will just be indifferent with the issues of humanity and stay in her island? That would’nt be a good movie. It will be a recipe for a blockbuster flop. More than that, we won’t consider them SUPERHEROES if they do the contrary. Should superheroes be good or do selfish acts? Of course, but why? This is more than what society, culture, media or values we hold on. It’s were we anchor the very beliefs we have. How do we justify these fictional characters behavior without anchoring it to a standard beyond ourselves?

5 Reasons Why Preachers Should Listen to Audio Bibles

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In the age where apps rule, you’ll find dozens of Bible apps that offers instant access to God’s Word. With those Bible apps comes with features that are truly useful. Some offers Greek translations, multiple translations, devotionals, commentaries, videos and more. In short, there is plenty of stuff a Bible app can offer. But let us consider a special feature that may or may not be included to your favorite Bible app. If it’s not available, one simple search at Google and you’ll find online audio Bibles you can listen online for free. But you might ask, why should I try listening to the audio version of the Scriptures?

Listening is indispensable as reading and when we appropriately add it in our sermon preparations, it can enhance the skill that we already have. Given the benefits of it (as you will read some below),  rarely we associate the Bible with listening other that hearing it in a sermon or Bible study. So I suggest that you try and make it a habit.

I also provide at the end of this article audio Bibles you might want to check out.

Because preachers should be good listeners too. Aside from being a good reader, preachers should be good listeners also. Audiobooks, sermons, podcast and Christian music are great influence as much as reading. If you’re not into those, better consider trying those out. If your tired of reading its time to plug in the headphones. And while your exploring those resources, you shouldn’t miss a vast number of audio Bibles on the Internet for free.

It’s a different experience to the Word of God.  In listening to an audio Bible you’re not in control (sort of). The speed, accent, tone and emphasis of the reader are not in your hands, that you might consider adjusting. It’s like listening to a sermon but it’s all Scriptures.  Also you can attend to other things unlike sitting down and reading the actual book.   

Preachers might miss out some details in a passage. An audio Bible can give a different angle on how to grasp those passages.While you might have read the chapter or verse of the Bible many times before, being read by someone else for you may give some details to have missed. It really pays to re-read a passage your studying. Listening to it over and over as substitute to re-reading adds a different dimension in picking up what you’re studying. After all, we do have limitations and need all the help we can get. Listening to audio Bible is a great help to us preacher.

For proper pronunciations of words. We Filipinos are good in English whether in speaking or writing. However, there are words (i.e. names and places) that are not familiar to us. Listening to an audio Bible will help us overcome those pronunciations obstacles. In return, we can help our congregation speak those words with confidence.    

To fill in the gaps of our time. Preachers has other important things to do aside from preaching and preparing sermons. Some might have secular work. Some might be  working homebound. Aside from filling with some tunes from Spotify as you do your work, you can listen to audio Bibles. And I believe as you listen to it even as a background, God can move hearts in prompting lessons that will help you be more like Christ or something to preach on Sunday. If God can use it when we are reading the Scripture, He  can do it also when we are inclining our ears to audio Bibles.

Reading is a discipline that we mostly use as preachers as we prepare messages that we will deliver on Sunday mornings. We read, of course first and foremost  Scriptures. Then we go to commentaries, study Bibles, lexicons and other resources to properly understand and handle Word of God.  However, we should not forget another facet of discipline that we can grasp learning and help us in our sermon preparations. And that is listening.

Audio Bibles online that you might like:

Talking Bibles

Bible Gateway Audio

YouVersion

 

 

The Freebie Round-Up #60

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It’s the last week of November and it’s Christmas month next week! Yay! It will be a busy month for all of us as we anticipate the holidays. Let us take the opportunity to be more Christ like despite focusing our attention to the upcoming festivities.

Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies that are waiting to be downloaded. And if your new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.

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Free leader’s guide “The Way Forward” by Joe Barnard – Well the actual book is not yet release but you can download this free leader’s guide that breaks the book into 10 weeks of study for small group. And while you on it, check out some quotes from the book here.

FREE printable “My Bible Primer ABC’s” by Raising Covenant Children – This free primer is based on the New England Primer that let’s kids see essential Bible themes in an alphabet.

FREE ebook “Faith Blueprints: A Practical Guide to Culture” by Brent Knukle and John Stonestreet  –  And the freebie is back. Read this good book and you can dive into it in this sort of Cliff Notes version.

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FREE study guide “Westminster’s Confession and Catechism” – Glad someone post this on an FB group that I may share it to you. Download for free 20 week syllabus and watch video sessions of this study.

FREE tons of new resources from Log College Press– LCP is busy updating new free stuff so they put the collection in one blog post. New materials and authors to get some biblical insights with a Presbyterian perspective.

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FREE e-book “The Church is A Family” by AAron Armstrong and Chris Surratt-  This is a very short free ebook but a good read presented by The Gospel Project.

Free e-book “J. I. Packer: An Evangelical Life” by Leland Ryken- This month’s free ebook from Faithlife takes us to the life one of the foremost Christian theologian of our time, J. I. Packer. If you have an account with Faithlife, it will automatically save this ebook in you account and you can read it online.

By the way, to my Pinoy friends do you want to learn how to self-publish your book? Here’s a step by step video from Loida Bauto an AVM survivor and a PWD vlogger:

Do you want more freebies? Check out these past blog post:

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The Freebie Round-Up #59

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Happy weekend guys! I hope your all OK as we prepare for our  Sunday service. May we meet and worship our sovereign God this Lord’s day and receive blessings and grace through our thankful heart.

Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies that are waiting to be downloaded. I also include some giveaway contest you can join and win. And if your new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.

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Free ebook “Victory Over Error” by David Dickson – New free ebook commentary on the Westminster’s Confession of Faith from Monergism.

FREE ebook “Vocabulary of the New Testament” by Moulton & Milligan – The UK website this great free ebook to help you in studying Greek New Testament.

FREE talk handout –  Wesley Huff offers this free talk handout “Good News or Fake News?” that discuss the reliability of the Bible.

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FREE ebook “The Gift” by Glen Scrivener – Just in time for Christmas, this is the free book of the month from The Good Book Company.

FREE lesson/devotional “Jesus Will Guard and Defend His Church” from Truth 78– This freebie will help your kids appreciate the Reformation.

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FREE ebook “How Much Is A Little Girl Worth”? by Rachael Denhollander-  This is children’s book that will teach our daughters their value as an image of God. It’s free for a limited time.

Free sermons by Martyn Lloyd Jones- There are lots of sermons by Martyn Lloyd Jones online but this free download filters the most popular ones.

…And here are 2 online giveaway contest you might want to join:

RHB Thanksgiving 2019 Giveaway

Ultimate Systematic Theology Set

By the way, to my Pinoy friends do you want to learn how to self-publish your book? Here’s a step by step video from Loida Bauto an AVM survivor and a PWD vlogger:

Do you want more freebies? Check out these past blog post:

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The Freebie Round-Up #58

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Happy 502th Reformation! May we stand for what our Reformed fathers stood and fought for. Let us pray that the church will continue to reform and be a blessing to those who are coming to Christ.

Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies that are waiting to be downloaded. I also include some giveaway contest you can join and win. And if your new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.

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Free Bible downloadable – Tour the Bible has some free downloadable that will enhance your Bible reading.

FREE study materials- Three study materials on prayer, Belgic Confession and Canons of Dort, completely free from Free Reformed Church of Baldivis.

 

FREE seminar on evangelism – Titled “Relationship Evangelism” was presented at Free Reformed Church of Southern River by Rev. Den Hollander. The free resource includes videos and a printable hand out.

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FREE training courses for children’s ministry- Truth78 provides free training courses for those who are involved in children’s ministry.

FREE e-book “Awe” by Paul David TrippYou probably heard great things about this book and you still didn’t buy it. But now here’s your chance go have it for free courtesy of Crossway.

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FREE ebook “God’s Heart for the Nation” by Jeff Lewis-  Something to fuel your heart for the mission, this free book is a latest offering from Radical.net.

 

***How about listening or watching some Pinoy preachers online? Here’s the list:

 

Free documentary and study guide “Luther: The Life and Legacy of the German Reformer” – For a limited time and in celebration of Reformation, Ligonier Ministries offers “Luther” documentary with study guides for free.

And here are 3 online giveaway contest you might want to join:

Reformation Celebration Giveaway

ESV Bible Giveaway from Tour the Bible

Crossway Instagram Giveaway

By the way, to my Pinoy friends do you want to learn how to self-publish your book? Here’s a step by step video from Loida Bauto an AVM survivor and a PWD vlogger:

Do you want more freebies? Check out these past blog post:

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Reformed Young Poet: Delighting Grace Interviews Leah Paula Villanueva

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It pays to “Like” Facebook’s page suggestions on your newsfeed. If it wasn’t for that, I wouldn’t stumble to a page that show case some good poetry. And not just poetry but solid, biblical poems. Delighting Grace reach out to the page owner and poet Leah Paula Villanueva to talk about poetry, inspirations and her poems.
Delighting Grace: Hello Leah! So tell us what poem had an impact to your life?
Leah Paula: Hi Delighting Grace and to its readers. This is the poem that has made an impact in my life:
I asked the Lord that I might grow 
In faith and love and ev’ry grace, 
Might more of His salvation know, 
And seek more earnestly His face. 
‘Twas He who taught me thus to pray, 
And He, I trust, has answered prayer, 
But it has been in such a way 
As almost drove me to despair. 
I hoped that in some favored hour 
At once He’d answer my request 
And, by His love’s constraining pow’r, 
Subdue my sins and give me rest. 
Instead of this, He made me feel 
The hidden evils of my heart 
And let the angry pow’rs of hell 
Assault my soul in ev’ry part. 
Yea, more with His own hand He seemed 
Intent to aggravate my woe, 
Crossed all the fair designs I schemed, 
Humbled my heart and laid me low. 
“Lord, why is this,” I trembling cried; 
“Wilt Thou pursue Thy worm to death?” 
“’Tis in this way,” the Lord replied, 
“I answer prayer for grace and faith.” 
“These inward trials I employ 
From self and pride to set thee free 
And break thy schemes of earthly joy 
That thou may’st find thy all in Me.” 
JOHN NEWTON
Delighting Grace: Wow, that is one great poem from John Newton. So when did you start writing poetry?
Leah Paula: I started writing poetry way back in college.
Delighting Grace: Do you have a poet hero someone who you look up to?
Leah Paula: I don’t have a poet hero but I have friends — classmates in college — whom I look up to for their writings inspire me to write.
Delighting Grace: What was the first poem you wrote?
Leah Paula: The first poem I wrote is about Indepence Day, a Tagalog poem.
Delighting Grace: When did you decided to put up a FB page for your works? By the way, I really like your poems.
Leah Paula: Thank you. It was when a Facebook friend asked me if I have a Youtube channel for my sign language covers. I told him that I have but the videos just got deleted right after because of the coppyrights so he suggested that I should atleast have a page so that it will be easier for friends to look for it. I listened to his advise so on that day I created a Facebook Page for my sign language covers and also a page for my poems at the same time so that all the poems that have been stocked in my phone will be saved because I was actually planning to compile it on something and delete every poem in my phone to save memory.
Delighting Grace: How do you get inspirations or poem prompt specially in writing love poem? Do you have certain habits or rituals when you start writing a new poem?
Leah Paula: I get inspiritations in writing love poems by reading other people’s works or by re-reading the previous works I’ve already written. Or sometimes it just depends on my feelings. If I feel hurt or in love, or if I feel the hurt and pain that people experience, it triggers me to put everything into words. And I don’t really have any habit or ritual every time I write a new poem. But there are times that when I learn a new vocabulary that just sounds good to me, I feel like I need to include it in my poem just because it’s very pleasing to my ears.
Delighting Grace: How about in writing poems that has a biblical message? Is the writing different with other poems you have done?
Leah Paula: When it comes to writing theological poems, I can say that I do it ultimately to help me in my sanctification.  I have learned from John Piper that one of the ways to meditate on God’s Word is to write a poem so I try my best to practice it. I have poems that is rich in doctrine, and there are others that is purely emotional prayer.
The difference with other poems is because it actually takes a lot of effort and energy to write a theological poem since I really make sure I only write what is biblical and I also desire that through my writings, people will be blessed.
Delighting Grace: Among the poems you have wrote so far, which one is your favorite and why?
Leah Paula: My favorite poem I have written is I Am Adam because every time I read it, I just feel in awe of Jesus’ person and work as our Federal head. He is the second Adam who came to rescue us from ourselves
Delighting Grace: Do you agree with the notion that if you want a heart felt love poem, you need first to have an experience or had a relationship to write one?
Leah Paula: Not really. I’m not 100% sure, but I’ve experienced writing a heartfelt poem when one of my bestfriends in college got cheated on. I felt like I was the one who’s in pain and who got betrayed that’s why I was able to write a poem. But I think that I was also able to write that because somehow thru my friend’s pain, I felt that all the pain I’ve experienced became a reopened wound.
Delighting Grace: What do you think can poem convey that other forms of writing say essay or prose can’t do?
Leah Paula: All writings convey a message to the readership or to the audience. The only difference is just the method on how we want our message to be expressed. But the good thing about poetry is that it is more entertaining to read. The metaphors and other figures of speech present in the poem make us think critically about the message and by understanding the meaning gives us pure delight.
Delighting Grace: For readers who want to try poetry what piece of advice can you give them?
Leah Paula: Writing is never easy specially poetry but by practicing everyday will help us improve. No matter how fast or slow our progress is, what matters most is the improvement we make. Besides we cannot fill a glass with water without having all the droplets combined.
Delighting Grace: I also want the readers to know that aside from poetry, you have this sign language video thing. Can you tell us about it?
Leah Paula: Yes. Senyas is the page intended to promote sign language to our hearing community and for them to be aware that deaf people exist and that they need to be understood and prioritized, too. It’s also my goal to help the deaf community understand the songs we sing so that they’ll be able to enjoy it as well. Please “Like” or “Share” if you enjoyed the videos.
Delighting Grace: Thank you, Leah. Please invite our readers to check you and your poems.
Leah Paula: Hi friends! Please do follow my FB page and I hope you’re blessed thru my poems and please react or write a comment for me to know your feedbacks. Thank you!
Delighting Grace: Thank you again Leah. Guys check her out OK. Till next time!
How about listening or watching some Pinoy preachers online? Here’s the list:

The Freebie Round-Up #57

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I’ve just finished reading Carpe Diem Redeemed by Os Guinness and The New Testament in Seven Sentences by Gary M. Burge. And if you want to read some of my favorite quotes from those books, click this link for Os Guinness book and this one for Gary Burge’s book. And if you want to read my review for The New Testament in Seven Sentences go here. My review on the Os Guinness book will be live on this blog probably within this week.

Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies that are waiting to be downloaded. And if your new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.

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Free e-book “The Story of God” – Derick Parfan wrote this new edition of this free Tagalog book that the one central theme of the Bible.

FREE leader’s guides from The Fellowship Community – There are a couple of free study guides for some books of the Bible and topics that you might use in your next Bible studies.

FREE hymns, music and piano sheets – This is a great compilation of hymns with free downloadables by Jonathan Landry Cruse that you’ll enjoy playing at you church worship service.

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FREE “New Horizons” magazine- This free digital magazines is from the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and their current issue is about “Addiction”.

FREE e-book ” Letters from Samuel Rutherford– This free ebook from Monergism collects various letters of Rutherford to individuals with diverse spiritual need.

FREE Keynote/ PowerPoint “Six Events That Shaped Christianity” – Credo Courses might not be sending freebie alert over the email but a simple digging on their website you’ll find something free just like this one in the list.

Free ebook ” Judges For You” by Tim Keller- Let’s end this post with a bang with this great freebie from The Good Book Company’s free ebook of the month.

By the way, to my Pinoy friends do you want to learn how to self-publish your book? Here’s a step by step video from Loida Bauto an AVM survivor and a PWD vlogger:

Do you want more freebies? Check out these past blog post:

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