3. To the center or heart of something; deeply: Your comments really hit home.
3.home - to the fullest extent; to the heart; "drove the nail home"; "drove his point home"; "his comments hit home"
1. http://www.forbes.com/markets/2007/09/10/brie...Fed Comments Hit Home
U.S. stocks turned negative on Monday afternoon, following news that San Francisco Fed President Janet Yellen hinted a federal funds rate cut might not come, Moody’s Investors Service predicted the Americqan housing slump could last into 2009, and oil prices dropped ahead of a Tuesday OPEC meeting.
2. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?...Imus' Comments Hit Home
News & Notes, April 12, 2007 · For one commentator, shock jock Don Imus' recent remarks about the women's basketball team at Rutgers University hurt especially
because he used another N-word: "nappy."
So why make any comment on how he delivered the statements. There is nobody IN HERE that he is describing is there? (And if everyone who reads this says “not me” then we all have something to learn.) I think his comments hit home because at one time or another most of us have been one of his example personality types.
A wealth of Biblical teaching from Spurgeon. He meditates on two portions of scripture each day with applications that are very relevant for contemporary Christians. Spurgeon's characteristically pithy comments hit home with a wit and elegance rarely found in other writing.
Spurgeon was, primarily, a pastor and this shows with the concern he shows here for the hearts of the reader. Christians, young and old, will find his comments challenging, stimulating and direct. This edition is in a high quality diary style finish, with a gilt page edging, a presentation page and a bookmark.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich made waves over the weekend when he stated that bilingual education encourages immigrant students to speak "the language of living in a ghetto." Gingrich's comments hit home here in Arizona, where a federal district judge recently ruled that the state's English Language Learner (ELL) program does not provide adequate funding to school districts. Is "total immersion" better than bilingual education?