Much like their big feline relatives, domestic cats are effective predators. But cats aren’t the only ones with exceptional hunting abilities. According to the Bible, the Girl-Gone-Wild is also adept at the hunt. She sets up traps, and then lies in wait– focused and highly alert for prey. She’s fixated on getting what she wants. But her nets ensnare far more than her intended target. She’s injured by her own devices. In this Girls-Gone-Wise video book blog, find out how you can ditch the destructive predatory focus of a Wild Thing for the productive focus of a Girl-Gone-Wise.
- Read the sixth point of contrast between a Wild and a Wise Thing (Pages 83-92)
- Download and complete the Chapter Questions for Personal Reflection
- Can you describe a time when you went “wild” lying in wait for something?
- At what point does the pursuit of a legitimate desire change from being wise to wild?
- Why is laying a trap so dangerous to the one who lays it?
- Who gets more: the woman who is focused on getting, or the woman who is focused on giving? Why?
- What can we do to maintain a Kingdom focus?