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

TITLE: Walking through the Valley
By Sandra Smith
08/16/06


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Valleys reflect to many a part of their "life's landscape" that was sad. This is in contrast to the "mountain top" experiences. Learning is incredible!!! Even more amazing is the fact that God requires that our education happen by moving through one or more "dark nights of the soul". Remember what the answer inevitably was when you asked people with maturity how they came to such great heights? That's right...through tests, pressures and stress. Therefore for all of us (yes, I include myself) who are facing "goliaths" and the testing of unwelcome "guests" in our lives... take heart. For in this classroom we have an infinitely loving and wise Teacher. This Teacher fashions each lesson plan for us specifically. These assignments are tailored to our detailed life measurements and the lesson will never be one moment longer than is absolutely necessary for our best benefit. Yes... be encouraged for our highest good is always the glory of this all-knowing Teacher and Leader.


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Jan Ackerson 08/17/06
Very true.

Consider lengthening this by adding anecdotes from your life. Also, consider eliminating the quotation marks around so many of your phrases; they weaken your sentences.

Lovely little devotional--I look forward to reading more.
Brenda Kern 08/23/06
I was confused by the first sentence--it needs to be reworked.

I'd like to see this expanded, with examples to back up your points (maybe even examples from your own life and experiences).

This is a really good sentence: "These assignments are tailored to our detailed life measurements"--very creative!