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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Valley (08/10/06)

TITLE: Above the Valley
By Gerald W. White Jr.
08/16/06


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Above the Valley

Life is not a walk in the sunlight.
Although this would be a perfect existence, we have to cross through the darkest valley now and then.
Fear, anger, evil looms all around, in the shadows.
But this path that we tread cannot be overcome by it. For Godís Glory will light your path.
Step by step careful to avoid stumbling blocks and pitfalls. Faith guides each step.
As you make your way through the valley. Your trust in God guides you, even as you feel the hatred for Godís child coming at you from every direction.
And feel the cold of deception on you skin there is a warm glow of Godís Love in your soul.
The dark ones that dare venture to close to you, find Godís Wrath waiting for them. They scream and run, slither away, back to the darkness they have become.
Remember this:
Above every valley is God Almighty reaching out to guide and protect you.


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Jan Ackerson 08/17/06
"...the cold of deception on your skin..." What a great phrase!
Brenda Kern 08/23/06
I like this approach, with poetic language and imagery.

Perhaps you could expand this and fill out each idea a little more...

Stretch yourself next time and grow!