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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Lifeguard (11/09/06)

TITLE: Jesus is my lifeguard at my work.
By Cheryl Turner
11/10/06


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The job of a lifeguard is to patrol the sea's and keep people safe. Jesus does this in our lives everyday.
It is encouraging to hear of stories where Jesus keeps us safe and here is one of my stories;
I work in a large hospital and was on the third floor of the hospital and I felt the lord speak to me and warned me that on the first floor of the hospital there was going to be trouble. I was going on to this ward and I was told by the lord that he was going to protect me if I listened to my superviser. When I got to the first floor there was trouble and my superviser told me to get out quick. Jesus was my Lifeguard,he protected me from a man who was handcuffed to a bed and he had managed to get free from the handcuffs. Thank you Jesus for being my Lifeguard and keeping me safe at my work.


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Jan Ackerson 11/17/06
What an exciting story! Think about writing a full-length version of it some day.

Be careful with punctuation (seas, not sea's) and capitalization (Lord, not lord).

Thanks for sharing this with us!
Donna Emery11/18/06
A wonderful story of the Lord's protection! Keep writing!
Dennis Fletcher11/18/06
Good story, could have used a bit more detail, though. Maybe a little about what you do or what the area looked like. This usually adds a bit to a story while keeping it's original context accurate. I'm glad the God kept you safe.
Connie Van Berkel11/18/06
I love hearing God stories. Your way of morphing a traditional lifeguard into Jesus as guarding our lives is refreshing. Thank you for sharing.
Aylin Smith 11/18/06
Great story! It shows us that God is always with us every step of the way.
Marilyn Schnepp 11/23/06
Great story. Needs to be broken down into paragraphs with spacing. The Lord's name needs to be capitalized...and some editing...but really a very nice true to life story of Jesus love. Keep at it...practice makes perfect.
Shanti Singh11/23/06
Thank you for sharing your story. Perhaps next time you can expand it a bit and help us to "see" the story unfold. Keep writing!