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The Danger of the Heart

I love Jane Eyre a lot. Charlotte Brontë is a literary genius who so aptly created a character for young girls to admire for her intelligence, work ethic, and loving nature. 781 more words


Narnia Revisited

“They were pretty tired by now of course; but not what I’d call bitterly tired- only slow and feeling very dreamy and quiet inside as one does when one is coming to the end of a long day in the open.”  660 more words

Daniel Henry Fitness

Screwtape and Wormwood go to America

In 1942 C.S. Lewis published a series of fictional correspondences between two demons. The elder, Screwtape, advising his younger nephew, Wormwood on how to best tempt Christians. 1,564 more words

3 Days, 3 Quotes Tag: Day 1

Greetings readers!

I was tagged by several bloggers now to do this really cute and easy tag! The 3 Days, 3 Quotes Tag let’s you share some of your favourite literary quotes with a tiny explanation as to why they mean so much (or don’t explain…but I like to hit high word counts)! 321 more words


On Forgiveness and Grace

Within the past year, I have been having a hard time understanding God’s grace and the idea that despite what I do or do not do, He does not love me anymore or any less. 545 more words


Battle For Your Heart, Mind and Soul

This hollow earth beneath your feet is claimed. It’s a battleground, dear one. A battle for your heart, mind and soul. Unseen warriors stand beside you – both good and bad.  346 more words

Fruits Of The Spirit

A glimpse of heaven

Suffering made me question god, and I came from a religious background. The suffering of my own, the suffering of others, the suffering all around us. 761 more words