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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Fellowship (among believers) (10/11/07)

TITLE: Who are you?
By cassie stephens
10/12/07


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Who are you? Figuring out the mind of anyone presents it's own difficulty doesn't it. So, why is it so important that I connect myself in the circle of others? Christ even said that fellowship was important. He was always surrounded by others, unless he was in prayer. I am feeling so disconnected as of late? Who are these people? And yet, I was lonely. Feeling...disconnected, yet yearning for companionship. A comraderie of some sort, would it answer the questions in my mind. Maybe not, but communication with others is important. I love the simplicity of conversation between people. Between christians, and the kinship that can be found. For, maybe there is no similarity, but there is always He who binds us. We are few...we who follow after grace and this unconditional love. and so it is important that we few band together. That maybe we can show the world what true acceptance of others is. Who are you? Perhaps, only God can reveal that answer. But really, I don't want to know. I just want to be in the circle of people who struggle as I do. We are all following after the same heart. Nobody did battle alone in war. And I don't believe that he wants us to. and so it is important that we fellowship. For in such fellowship is uniting of hearts. To realize, that we are never alone.


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c clemons10/18/07
I can hear your struggle in this piece to find your voice. A few misplaced question marks but overall on topic.
Carol Shaffron10/19/07
It might be really helpful when putting ideas down to write out in longhand on paper and sort through. I see some really good thoughts in here..
Rereading and clarifying always helps. Also paragraphs..
Jan Ackerson 10/20/07
This reads almost like a journal entry, casual and off-the top-of-one's-head. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but it does lack focus, and some punctuation and grammar errors are a bit distracting. Keep the casual tone, but help out your readers by sticking to conventions of writing.

Food for thought here--thanks for writing this.
Brenda Welc10/22/07
Certainly something to ponder today--Who are we in Christ? Take advantage of the word count and expand this thought. With a little polishing it could becaome a great devotional--something others sure need to read. Be Blessed in your writing. God writes through us!
Donna Emery10/22/07
Short, sweet and provocative. You say a lot in a few words, but I hope you will expand your thoughts a bit next time. You write clearly and I look forward to reading more.
Beckie Stewart10/22/07
I agree with the comments already made and think paragraphs would help and using this as a devotion of your struggle.