Open Book: The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
Pray Maker and Alice discuss life after death — and the possibility of hell on earth — as they tease out the meaning of Esther Greenwood's philosophy in "The Bell Jar" by Sylvia Plath.
Daily Scripture: Psalms 139:14
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Sometimes I wonder what I can teach my children.I can't even help with homework anymore.Then, when I think th
posted by Susan DiamondThe word DOG is GOD spelled backward. My dog Orchid is God-like. She is loving, wise and protective. Orchid is like a flower—feminine and beautiful! She is a 40-pound soft-coated longhaired Wheaton Terrier. Most owners of Wheatons cut their dog’s coat. We decided to keep Orchid au natural as she ...
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"God and the Apple of His Eye"
Angels are said to "carry" our prayers to God (a kind of figurative way of speaking, like the expression, "I carry the people I love in my heart"), which shows how all of creation is beautifully bound together: men and angels in Christ, in God.