If you have read any of my posts over the last few months, you may recall that I've been studying the book of Job in the Old Testament.
I finally got to the end the other day, yet I'm still thinking about a crazy section in it that I came across toward the end of the book, in chapter 39. In six silly verses in the center of this chapter, God speaks to Job about the ostrich. Huh???? What does the ostrich, of all things, have to do with Job's horrific suffering and his dema
I used to hate writing. Numbers and equations were more my forte, please.
Both in high school and college, I dreaded any assignment that included writing a paper, even one as short as one page or a 200-word theme. My high school senior English term paper was 24 pages long, and I wanted to shoot myself by the time it was completed. I wrote on the symbolism of the rainbow in D. H. Lawrence's books. Oh yeah, I got an A grade. It's just that I didn't love that kind of writ
Brace Yourself! Some of my readers may recall that I've been plodding through a study of the Biblical book of Job. It's taking me a while to get through this book, longer than I thought it would.
I started on July 14th of this year, 69 days ago.
The book of Job has 42 chapters. I've studied 38 to date.
In my tiny Bible, the book of Job only covers 46 pages. Yes, I'm progressing through this book like slogging through molasses. For the first 37 chapters, Job laments abo
And there "jillgoes" again! The hubby and I just returned from a ten-day trip to the deserts and mountains of Arizona, and it was an awesome trip, so rich in landscape beauty, culture and history, and opportunities for adventure-seekers. I love to write, and I have excessive wanderlust. Combining the two is my passion! When jillresearches, jillplans, jillwrites, and then jillgoes, let's just say Jill is one happy gal. For years I've written a plethora of custom tours. Trip pl