Love Takes Wing Themes

Janette Oke
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Losing Focus

The main theme of this novel is the idea that one can lose focus on what is important in life without even realizing what has happened. Belinda is a young lady who comes from a family that strongly believes in God. Remember that when Marty and Clark are trying to find some way to mend their relationship with Arnie, they turn to the worn family Bible for support and advice. Belinda shares her family's faith. At the beginning of the novel, she prays for the young boy who has just been in the office to have his hand repaired after a farm accident. At the conclusion of the novel, however, Belinda suffers with restlessness and a feeling of emptiness. It is not until an elderly minister talks to her about how he has conquered his fears of moving to America by realizing that he could take God...

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