Through The Window
We use windows to see out and to see in. The Bible has stories of other ways windows were used.
Jean Dougan, homemaker, poetess and author, has studied her Bible for years. This was for the good of her own soul, also to minister orally at meetings of ladies and camps for girls. Her studies have also produced inspiration for writing books about about the Bible. So far, fourteen, including this one. Theses have been dispersed all over the English-speaking world and two are in the Swahili language.
We use windows to see out and to see in. The Bible has stories of other ways windows were used. The author brings together these stories and applies to each one a lesson for all.
1. The Window of Light
2. The Window of Discovery
3. The Window of Salvation
4. The Window of Scorn
5. Two Windows of Death
6. The Window of Prayer
7. Two Windows of Life
Canadian author Jean Dougan (1916-2003), was a home maker, poet, and author. For years she has written poems for Smoke Signals a camp magazine; and every year the words for the camp hymn. These hymns have been published under the title Themes from the Classics. Mrs. Dougan has also contributed to five volumes of The Looking Glass, daily devotional readings for teens. Jean Dougan has drawn many practical lessons from the Living Word of God.