Category Archives: General

“Hope” by David Jeremiah [living Fearlessly in a Scary World]

I have recently read this great encouraging book that we all need in this pandemic world. As the book on the back cover states “At some point in our lives, all of us will find ourselves at the end of our rope: .facing storms of life: utter failure, financial collapse, debilitating illness or heart breaking loss.” A must read.


Making Sense of God by Timothy Keller

I just finished reading this great book. My purpose was to help a person I know that is skeptical He listened to the book the audible version. I thin the book was well written in three major sections: Why does anyone need religion; religion is more than you think it is; and Christianity makes sense. I believe the third section is the most valuable to the skeptic.


UN WANTED by Jay Stringer

How Sexual brokenness reveals our way to healing.

It is Unique in that it is the result of 3800 persons surveyed. In his conclusion he fails to stress the Holy Spirit’s work in biblical change.


Making Sense of God by Timothy Keller

This an Invitation to the Skeptical. I am reading this book to help a man who struggles with issues of God. I find the book written in a clear manner that he uses to help the many in his large church. He is recognized as a pioneer of the new urban Christians.


JESUS IS RSEN By David Limbaugh

This book I found in Oilies Store. It is a book about the apostle Paul and the early Church. The author provides a riveting account using the Book of Acts and six New testament epistles. I recommend it as accurate and great for a new believer to get an introduction to the early history of the church.


Covid 19 hiatus Books read in 2019-20

Due to the above problem I have not listed my “recent” reading so Here are the books I have read not necessarily is the order Chronologcally.

Ravi Zacharias, The Logic of God, Zondervan, 2019.

Jay E. Adams, The Christian Counselor’s Commentary. [His entire Series – my yearly reading project for 2019], timeless texts. several years.

Jay Adams, Ending the Quest for Something More, INS Publishing 2020.

Heath Lambert, Finally Free [fighting for Purity, Zondervan, 2013.

Dallas Willard, Hearing God, {updated expanded] Formatio, 2012.

Dallas Willard & Don Simpson, Revolution of Character, Navpress, 2005.

Ray Pritchard, Keep Believing, Gideon House Books, 2019.

Paul David Tripp, Suffering, Crossway, 2018.

Bruce Lengeman, To Kill a Lion, Certa Books, 2010

Mike Lindell, What are the Odds, Lindell Publishing, 2019.

Charlie Kirk, The Maga Doctrine, Broadside Books, 2020.

Andrew Murray, Humility, Bethany House, 2001.

D. Martin Lloyd Jones, Spiritual Depression, Wm B. Eerdmans Pub. 1965.

David Jeremiah, Study Bible [NKJV} my reading Project for 2020.

Randy Alcorn, Heaven, Tyndale,2004.

E. M. Bounds, The Complete Works of , Baker, 2004. [Second Time]

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Transforming Presence by Dan Henderson

The book states How the Holy Spirit Changes everything from the Inside out. I have met the author years ago and can hearty recommend his book In his book he teaches us what the Scripture says about the indwelling Spirit of God. This book can be life-changing and will show you how to think, speak,[and sing] rightly about him.


Jay Adams, The Christian Counselor’s Commentary

I have decided this year to read/study his entire set of 10 volumes. Since I am a biblical counselor with my early training under Jay this is labor of love. I have read this year Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, and now am going thru the Corinthians. [Previously I have read thru Proverbs.] I can testify of the value and Jay’s insight for anyone who wishes to be a biblical counselor.


Dr David Jeremiah preached a series called “Slaying the Giants in your Life” this summer.

As a biblical counselor, I decided to get more of the book marks to pass individual problems to my clients as homework. It is working to have the clients put a card on the topic they are struggling with in their Bible or book that they are reading to remind them of the Scriptures that they can claim to help overcome the sin or problem.


Ravi Zacharias, The Logic of God

This book has 52 Christian essentials for the heart and mind This books takes you on a journey for answers about exactly what you believe, what you don’t, and how you can reconcile your real world doubts with genuine faith.

This book published in 2019 is a must read for skeptics!

I also like the clear format and reflective questions.