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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

Thoughts

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

Books

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

Adventure

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