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Fog - Quiz and Author's Insights
A quiz to get you digging into the Bible, and the author shares her thoughts about the essay.
Hi readers! Below is the quiz and author’s insights to this week’s metaphorical piece, Fog.
(What did you think of the piece? Feel free to share your thoughts, and also your responses to the quiz, in this week’s discussion.)
The quiz below is written in such a way as to possibly provoke you in three different ways: 1) to get you to read the Bible if you don’t know the references, 2) to affirm your Bible knowledge if you do know the references, and/or 3) to get you reading closely.
What do you think the fog represents?
Which Bible verse do you think captures the meaning of piece most completely?
1 Peter 5:8
Question for pondering: how do you think we keep our fires and candles lit so we shine and our hope shows, even when everything around us seems dark?
Feel free to share your ponderings, or your answers to the quiz, in the discussion thread —> here.
About the Author
C.E. White (Connie) is an author of middle-grade fantasy, children’s books, and Christian non-fiction for adults. Her works are fueled by a lifetime love of both Jesus and reading, and she longs to inspire people of all ages with imagination and words of hope. She has a passion for helping people embrace the lives they have instead of the ones they imagined. Most of Connie’s favorite books are at least one-hundred years old, so chances are high that she’s secretly a time-traveler who got stuck in the future. She doesn’t seem to mind, though, and lives happily in the mountains of North Georgia with her husband and two cats. More at www.cewhitebooks.com.
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