It's easy to critique the works of others and get your work critiqued. Just follow the steps below:
1) Post your first piece.
2) You must then critique the work of another member to post another piece yourself.
3) For each critique you give, you earn 1 credit that can be used to post another one of your writings.
4) You can build up credits to be used at another time by giving critiques to others.
Our Daily Devotional
Place it on your site or
receive it daily by email.
TRUST JESUS TODAY
Inspired by a glimpse of understanding into the incredible grace of God the Father, this poem recognizes that God's love surpasses my understanding, and this undeserved, gracious love towards me, leaves me humbled.
Comments/suggestions are always appreciated.
Larger than me.
Larger than my life,
my unanswered grey shadowed questions
disappear in your light.
Yet, I canít understand
with a mind such as mine
how a God like you would care
You saw all the things
I contrived in my heart,
my excuses for wandering,
my back turned in defiance.
You saw before
I considered any of these
actions, these attitudes against you,
saw all that I was capable
of not being,
that I would fall.
the extent of what I was willing to do: my thoughts,
the extent of all that I would do: my actions.
this is who you love:
the me of yesterday is
as loved by you
as the me of today.
Today as I accept you, follow You, love you, praise You, testify to you, glory in You, rejoice in You,
this me is loved no more
than the broken one, the fallen one, the rebellious one, the cursing and cursed one, the fleeing one, the hiding one, the ugly and defeated one.
That one and this one,
the two meís, loved
Immense One, glorious One, holy and pure One, all-knowing One, awesome One, gentle and loving One, forgiving and redeeming One, compassionate One, believing One, patient One,
One and only,
by Lesley-Anne Evans
The opinions expressed by authors may not necessarily reflect the opinion of FaithWriters.com.
REMEMBER, this is a Critique Circle. Please try to give a critique to receive a critique. If you do not want to give any critiques, you can use the REGULAR ARTICLE SUBMISSION area. If you are unsure about how to critique, please use the CRITIQUE GUIDELINES and CRITIQUE TIPS.
To view your critiques that you receive on any writing, login to your account and click "CRITIQUE CIRCLE MANAGEMENT" to view all of your critiques and edit each piece. Then, click "VIEW CRITIQUES" next to the article title to view critiques on that piece. Comments on all of your writings when using the Critique Circle will not be displayed publicly as regular and writing challenge articles. They can only be viewed by accessing them from your account.