I loved Faithwriters when I first found it. It was new and only had a few people and they wrote really good articles about the Lord and I was so excited to read what everyone had to say.
I know sites grow and changes take place and different people have different ideas about what they believe. But there is one thing we should all have in common. That is the Bible. There are no private interpretations of the Word and it means just what it says. So when we write about something in the word, it should have pretty much the same meaning but maby a different way to describe it. But the message is still the same.
I have taken the time to read a lot of different articles that is on Faithwriters now. It simply amazes me what some people are saying. We have one very disturbed person using this venue to blog about their personal life. They get very descriptive about personal things with another person. This is not the place for that.
I've also read some articles that has nothing whatsoever to do with God or religion. I thought this was a place for Chrisitan writers? I left for a while because a sick person went to my articles and wrote junk on them and I was so shocked, I deleted them all. Faithwriters' owners did nothing about this either. I was gone for a long time. Then I felt like I wanted to come back, but I see that person that done that to me is here and is using a different name, but not so different that I could still recognize them.
I just wanted to say. I'm disappointed with Faithwriters owners that they will allow certain things on here. I understand they don't want to make anyone mad because everyone is a potential giver to them. The Bible certainly is correct when it says; the LOVE of money is the root of all evil.
I don't come her much anymore and haven't submitted an article in a while. I don't get the hits I used to get. I noticed that right away when I first came back. People aren't coming here as much as they used to. Who wants to read a bunch of junk that some are writing? People are looking for help, not to hear about your problems. They have enough of their own. They want answers! Lets give it to them. Okay?
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