The Truest Pleasure Setting & Symbolism

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Brush Arbor

Brush Arbors are small tiki hut-like tents that are built in the woods for Pentecostal worship services. The services are typically held in these types of buildings because they are of the earth - with thatched roofs and sawdust floors.

Pentecost

Pentecost is the day Christians celebrate as the day when the Holy Spirit came down from heaven in the form of tongues of flame that hovered above the heads of the disciples. The tongues of flame caused people to speak in tongues, writhe on the ground filled with the spirit, and caused outsiders to believe these people were drunk. At Pentecostal services, like the ones Ginny attends, these behaviors are encouraged as signs of the Holy Spirit's presence.

Sunset Rock

Sunset Rock is Ginny's favorite place on her property. It is the place she so named as a child, on the west side of the...

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