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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Cross (as in the Cross of Christ) (08/17/06)

TITLE: Cross (ii)
By Jason Taff
08/21/06


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The symbol of Christianity. The symbol and shape used and chosen to be the place where Christ dies. He bared that Cross on his back for us. The blood shed, was for us, and it is one simple shape that familiarizes us with it all, and that is the cross, with out the cross there was no death, and with out the death there is no cross. It got its name threw Jesus like us all. It be came a part of him when he was nailed to it he was stuck in the position of the cross the same shape and he felt the pain all in that shape the shape of the cross, this is what gives he cross such meaning and strength his pain gave it meaning and strength with it him the cross is merely a piece of wood with know symbolic meaning, he pick up the cross and bare it , in him all our strength lay . Long live the name of the cross.


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Jan Ackerson 08/27/06
This reads almost like a "stream of consciousnes" meditation on the cross. I appreciate it--but to be more reader-friendly, you might want to break down your longer, run-on sentences into several shorter ones. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the cross!