To Buy a Field-unearthing spiritual treasure is a collection of twelve essays that takes a sharp look at ordinary experience through the lens of a Christian spirituality. Chapters on the church, worship, and the Bible are joined by art, family, and the "world" as the author in journal entries, personal reflection, and insights from literary sources describes spiritual treasure found in every particular of life. She believes Jesus' parable in Matthew's Gospel that this "kingdom of heaven" is worth selling everything to find. Ending with suffering, aging, and dying, the book gives readers a lively mix of the serious and silly, ecstatic and grievous, human and divine-all gifts of life and grace to the humans God so joyfully created.
Well, what in the Sam Hill...? Ah yah, that's right. This here's Gunslinger Greed, a weird tale of the Old West. Now, Earl C. Wade, gunslinger he is, he ain't for everybody. Ornery cuss. Ill-tempered. Twisted. Dark. Sick. Bad man, though he's not the scariest thing you'll come upon roamin' these pages. Not by a long sight, mister. Or miss. Misses. What have ya. Know you're welcome to stay as long as ya like. Or don't like. One thing first. How's your constitution? Can't rightly say the temperature of these Black Hills is easy on a body nor the environment, but I can promise you'll be entertained. Might want to keep a bucket handy. Ya know, case the feelin' comes over ya of needin' ta upchuck. Go 'head. Grab hold of this. Should ya dare ta venture on.
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