The cage seems very medieval torture-esque.
Maybe a good metaphor for sin? Lures us in, and then once we’re in we realize the consequences, and true to @multiplemom ‘s comment, it’s painful to get out of the habit of sinning. But once you’re out, you’re free for good.
pragmatic adjective \prag-ˈma-tik\
focused on needs and results, rather than with ideas or theories compendium noun \kəm-ˈpen-dē-əm\:
a collection of things (such as photographs, stories, facts, etc.) that have been gathered together and presented as a group.
Julie Stiles Mills in 50 Words or Less I’m a voracious reader, an incurable bibliophile, a theology nerdess, a resilient writer, a harmony junkie and worship leader who prefers leading worship over performing, and a Christ-centered speaker/teacher passionate about discipleship and relational evangelism.