"Why didn't you come roaring in and save us like last time?" "Things do not happen the same way twice, Dear One."

"Why didn't you come roaring in and save us like last time?" "Things do not happen the same way twice, Dear One."

Aslan is known by another name in our world.  The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis

Aslan is known by another name in our world. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis

"The ground began to shake / The stone was rolled away / His perfect love could not be overcome / Now death where is your sting? / Our resurrected King / has rendered you defeated!"

"The ground began to shake / The stone was rolled away / His perfect love could not be overcome / Now death where is your sting? / Our resurrected King / has rendered you defeated!"

I love Aslan!  C.S.Lewis' great lion is a lovely metaphor for Jesus the Lion of Judah.

I love Aslan! C.S.Lewis' great lion is a lovely metaphor for Jesus the Lion of Judah.

Aslan and Edmund (The Chronicles of Narnia).  When the miserable boy who had done greivous wrongs came to the Lion of Judah, he found mercy, forgiveness, and salvation.

Aslan and Edmund (The Chronicles of Narnia). When the miserable boy who had done greivous wrongs came to the Lion of Judah, he found mercy, forgiveness, and salvation.

dont we all? everyone i know underestimates who they are and they try to be someone else. God wants YOU nothing more ~ NNF

dont we all? everyone i know underestimates who they are and they try to be someone else. God wants YOU nothing more ~ NNF

For Narnia and....for Aslan! It broke my heart when Peter only said "For Narnia!" and left off the Aslan part in Prince Caspian!

For Narnia and....for Aslan! It broke my heart when Peter only said "For Narnia!" and left off the Aslan part in Prince Caspian!

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