Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

In The Horse & His Boy, Shasta asks Someone he can’t see "Who are you?" The answer? "Myself, Myself, Myself". ( Lewis wrote “Myself” three times on purpose. Old Testament Patriarchs who asked God His name received the response "I am." At His trial, Jesus is asked “Are you the Christ the Son of the Blessed One?” He answers “I am, …” The Sanhedrin believes His response blasphemous--only God may claim this as His Name. And they can’t accept that Jesus is the 2nd Person of the Trinity.)

You Are So Loved Print | Watercolor Quote | Inspirational Wall Art | Lettering | Katie Daisy | 8x10 | 11x14

This website is for sale! is your first and best source for all of the information you’re looking for. From general topics to more of what you would expect to find here, has it all. We hope you find what you are searching for!

Christian Art Prints / Nursery Wall Art / Children are the MOST Important Work / Mother's Day Gift Ideas / John Trainer, MD / THW062

Children are the MOST Important Work / C.S. by HandwrittenWord, $5.00 Good quote to add to my classroom.

Vinyl Wall Decal Narnia, The Horse & His Boy, C.S. Lewis quote: Onward and Upward to NARNIA and the NORTH, wall decal: approximately 26" x 14", by ClassicDesignWallArt, $36.50

CS Lewis has had a profound impact on me since 1970. He changed my faith. More properly his works provided its foundation. I read virtually everything he & fellow Inkling Chas Williams had written over the next decade. In 1979 I began writing "Seabird: Narenta #1", my 1st attempt at writing Spec Fic in 15 yrs. Lewis changed my life—I wouldn’t have become an author & stayed one without him. I love this pix--like he’s patiently waiting for someone to stop babbling so he can offer a bit of…

"And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children." -Madeline L'Engle ♡