I’m done reading  What The Bible Really Says About Forgiveness by AC Eugene and Satan Wants You: An Exploration Of The Ploys Satan Uses To Defeat Christians by Michael Caputo. Both are really interesting books and will help renew your mind when it comes to forgiveness and wicked schemes of the enemy.

There are a lot of things i learned from What The Bible Really Says About Forgiveness but the one that really helped me a lot is about not letting people keep sinning against you. Because i’m a quiet type of person and i don’t really say anything when someone do bad things to me. So i let them do their thing, thinking that they will change. She said that turning a blind eye to their constant sin against us without separating ourselves is not forgiveness, it’s denial and enablement. She’s saying that we should not let anger and revenge rule our hearts and let forgiveness and doing good manifest in our life..

And i think if i will keep this in my mind and heart, it will really helped me a lot.

The other one is Satan Wants You: An Exploration Of The Ploys Satan Uses To Defeat Christians. I don’t really like putting satan’s name on my blog because it’s annoying. Hahahaha But seriously this book enlightened my perspective. Sometimes i’m like Asaph, wondering why the wicked prosper in their wicked schemes, that is a foolish question i know the answer of. Hahaha! As i read this book, i learned that when we become complacent, Satan is just there to attack us and devour us. Sometimes he will allow prosperity to feed our greed and sometimes he will allow the storm free life so that we will not call onto God. There are a lot of examples that the author mentioned that will really help you a lot.

Yep, yep. I recommend these two because they will really help you grow and see things the way God sees it. Thumbs up!

God bless!

anonymous asked:

Did you read the Wonder Woman 75th anniversary special? Pretty random stuff (Thompson's pages were cool but felt so out of place, like cheap advertising), and they could've done sooo much more. BUT BOY I LOVED THOSE STORIES. I'd love to know what is your top 3 when you read it!

I loved it! I know what you mean; Wonder Woman’s history is so long and so rich, there’s so much to draw on and so much you’d like to see acknowledged or revisited, and of course that’s just impossible in an 80-page comic. But I was largely really happy with the selection of stories and the artwork we got, and particularly happy to see a lot of female creators in there.

I had other problems with the Jill Thompson pages, which I’ll get to, but I agree, it’s a little irritating to have five pages eaten up by content you can find in another book. Both the Legend of Wonder Woman and Bombshells teams produced new content for the comic, and I think their contributions worked much better.


  • Wonder Woman interviewed for the Daily Planet Sunday Magazine by her friend Lois Lane, “transcribed” by Greg Rucka ahhhhh I love it
  • Gail Simone and Colleen Doran’s ten pages of ADORABLE oh my gosh, tiny delightful flower superhero Star Blossom is the best
  • Gorgeous salute to the Golden Age with a little Legend of Wonder Woman story from Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon
  • ADVENTURES IN IKEA!!! from Hope Larson and Ramon Bachs oh my gosh so great


  • who the fuck thought it was a good idea to let Jim Lee loose on the cover.
  • Jill Thompson, surprisingly. I still haven’t read The True Amazon, and maybe the excerpt included here is… less unpleasant in context? But… ehhhh. Seeing kid!Diana hurl gendered insults and violently murder monsters before stealing their shit and basking in her peers’ adulation has not left me in such a hurry to check out this book
  • Brian Bolland gets a four-page tribute, the late-90s Eric Luke/Yannick Paquette run gets a double-page spread, and George Pérez doesn’t even get a nod? Boo. Boo, I say.
So I got a text from a wrong number the other day and I decided to mess with them because I'm a terrible person...

I figured that they’d eventually text cancel, but they never did

Then I decided to change things up a bit

I don’t even know who this girl is, but she apparently thinks Cap’s birthday is kool

I figured, why not add another Avenger to the mix?

Then I said, what the heck, I’ll just send stuff about all of them

At that point, I knew this person was great (and I’m guessing she probably has a tumblr) but I wasn’t expecting them to respond at all, let alone in those amazing one word responses. 

I don’t understand when people respond to character criticisms by defending that character within the context of the show/book, while completely ignoring that the piece of art is fictional and writers are responsible for the decisions that character makes.

No, Wonder Woman does not dress in revealing clothes so she can “fly better/honor her heritage/fight comfortably.” She dresses in revealing clothes because that’s how the artist drew her.

No, the Doctor does not sexually assault a woman because he doesn’t understand human culture, he does it because that’s what the script tells him to do.

No, Bella Swan is not attracted to unhealthy relationships because her parents got divorced and she never got attention as a kid, she’s attracted to creepy dudes because the author wrote her romantic interests to be creepy.

No, female characters on Supernatural do not get killed off because they were demons/angels/blonde, they get killed off because the writers killed them off. 

Stop defending problematic aspects of art by pointing out how a character fits in a universe when that universe has been created by someone to intentionally include these problematic elements. 

I trust you

I really loved the imagery of this scene!!


get to know me ) favourite book & movie ⇨ the perks of being a wallflower

❝ There’s something about that tunnel that leads to downtown. It’s glorious at night. Just glorious. You start on one side of the mountain, and it’s dark, and the radio is loud. As you enter the tunnel, the wind gets sucked away, and you squint from the lights overhead. When you adjust to the lights, you can see the other side in the distance just as the sound of the radio fades because the waves just can’t reach. Then, you’re in the middle of the tunnel, and everything becomes a calm dream. As you see the opening get closer, you just can’t get there fast enough. And finally, just when you think you’ll never get there, you see the opening right in front of you. And the radio comes back even louder than you remember it. And the wind is waiting. And you fly out of the tunnel onto the bridge. And there it is. The city. A million lights and buildings and everything seems as exciting as the first time you saw it. It really is a grand entrance. ❞

ok but hear me out. the amount of strength percy’s arms have is enormous considering the fact that he could hold both HIS and ANNABETH’S weight with ONE HAND.,….,,, what I mean with this is that percy is ripped as fuck

I started reading The Raven Boys recently and you can guess which two characters have stomped all over my heart already (T▽T)b


reverse!verse for homelesstiel

  • book Hiccup: please for the love of Thor let me just have a boring day, I don't want adventures, I just want to sleep in for once in my miserable life.
  • film/series Hiccup: I haven't incited an incredibly dangerous situation in over 18 hours, this is ridiculous and I REFUSE to sit still, I am literally going to jump off of a cliff today, I will cause and solve so many problems for these dragons just you watch dad look i'm going to get struck by lightning it's gonna be GREAT