Here is a link to a KJV Bible entry. Read Genesis 1 to 3 Read Genesis 1 through 3 you will notice that it is a classic example of going from easy reading, straight forward, everyday, modern grammer, right into a more older type of grammer.
I would suggest not doing it at that way at all, unless every entry were done in the same style. But if you decide to do so, incorperate it in as the diary text from an old long dead scribe or priest.
Another way, is to do it like Rayne suggests and grammatize it sparingly.
BTW: FWIW: I agree with Silfer. A cleric has a lot of power if they have a lot of faith in that God or Goddess, but it is the god who they have faith in who deems them worthy to cast the spell.
The strength of the clerics' power is directly related to their faith. Simply put: If one believes that their God/Goddess will give them the power to cast, then they can.
Soldiers, before an important battle would get a blessing from a priest. The priest would say for example: "Be they ever so brave and find mercy in the halls of Queprur" That would be an innvocation of a god wouldn't it?
This goes back to what Viresse said in another post. The land of Sorren is wide, and why do they have to live in one particular place. Especially if they are common?
If they are the most common, shouldn't they have a wider range?
And if they cause havoc as low down as a farmers livestock. Why wouldn't they find feasting in the foothills provocative too.
Not trouble for your Ogres, really. I imagine these horned Dragons would live farther up the mountains than your Ogres, which would probably live in the foothills with all the trees and rocks and Sarvonian White Deer and Capricus.