the person you have become? Why? If you could wipe yourmemory clean and start over, how would you construct your lifedifferently?4. Do specific names evoke a specific emotion in you? If you couldchoose your name, what would it be? Why would you choose it?5. The heroine in
Forget Me Not
is a woman of serene faith. It givesher certainty and calm in horrific circumstances. What hasbrought you calm and certainty in troubled times?6. Much has been written about the power of prayer. What, to you,is the greatest benefit of individual prayer? Is a group united inprayer for a specific purpose more or less powerful than individ-ual prayer?
7. Kelly is warned that “some people are the opposite of what they appear to be.”
Have you found this to be true? What about peo-ple of great wealth, like Gregory, who endowed inspiring worksof art, gave prestigious scholarships, and benefited charities? Canpeople who do these things yet live dissolute personal lives beredeemed? Can enduring humanitarian works help erase the per-sonal harm done by an unbelieving, evil, or corrupt personality?Or must that redemption be made solely through repentanceand God’s grace through Jesus Christ?
3. “Again, I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven” (Matthew 18:19).4. “Watch out for false prophets.They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves” (Matthew 7:15).