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Friday, October 31, 2008

I love to read.
When I have time, I read anything. I started with simple books and poems. Then I progressed to more complicated plots.

Recently, I just finished Father Jocis Syquia's book, Exorcism Encounters with the Paranormal and the Occult. It is a very interesting book. One of the best lines I read here is: "The sad thing right now is many in the Catholic Church either deny the existence of the devil or tend to see him as someone that cannot interact in a major way in man's day to day life."

In simple terms, deception can also happen, right?

Now I started reading The Faith Explained by Leo J. Trese. I am still at the beginning part.
My favorite lines so far: "An ant has more right to criticize an Einstein than has a man with his limited intelligence to question the infinite wisdom of God."

  1. Nancy October 31, 2008 at 5:30 PM  

    hi there... happy halloween, sis. Erika looks so pretty on that pic below. Ayy..i can't think of any word to describe her, she's simply pretty! lol! That side view post and her smile reminds me of my daughter, Naureen, LOL!

    HOw's your halloween??

  2. October 31, 2008 at 9:47 PM  

    I like reading myself. Hails, check out this site for free books.

    I haven't read that book. I'm listening to Stephen King's Colorado Kid. I thin it's just starting to get a little spooky.


  3. hisnameisdencios November 7, 2008 at 7:19 AM  

    im also into reading. i already saw that book(exorcism) but wasn't able to read the whole of it... Right now i'm addicted to Dan Brown's. Got facisinated with his facts and they say daw na almost of it were really true. Thanks.

  4. ModernMommy November 23, 2008 at 7:26 PM  

    This kind of stuff freaks me out to much to read about it. When I was a kid I always had nightmares about the devil and I am still scared of the dark!

  5. minnie June 20, 2009 at 7:58 AM  

    Amen! i recommend it to everyone as well. I have actually shared my copy of the book to family members so that they may be enlightened, too. Actually, I’ve been wanting to read the book for months ever since I saw it in St. Pauls-Gateway. Eventually, I found out why after my boss gave me the book as a gift before she left our team since she was fond of me. It was the Holy Spirit nudging me during that time at St. Pauls to come closer to God and be enlightened of why so many “mishaps” took place in my life and of my family’s. Thank God for Father Syquia and for Bo Sanchez for publishing his book! Amen!