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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Hot and Cold (04/09/09)

TITLE: Following God's Instructions
By Christine Ramey
04/09/09


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My granddaughter finds it amazingly funny to touch the stove while I am cooking dinner. As many times as I have told her no she still insist on doing it. Isn't that how we are when God has tells us no? Yet, somehow we still insist on doing that exact same thing God trys to tell us no for. Have you ever thought that maybe he is telling us no for a reason. Just like I told my granddaughter no to putting her precious hands on the stove not to get burned or hurt. God doesn't want us to get hurt or defeated in life all though at times it can seem like he does. But that is only because we choose not to follow his will. I bet right now you are struggling to find a mends to something you have been fighting with for a long time. You know why you can't is because you can't let go and you won't listen to God's instructions. Stop doing that? You are a wonderful person with a lot to give. Don't fight God's instructions it will only leave you in the hot seat. Cool down and let him lead your life and direct your path. Follow his instructions.


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Jan Ackerson 04/16/09
Good object lesson.

Most children learn this lesson the first time, so the impact of the comparison lost a little bit for me. Be careful of spelling (trys/tries).

I do enjoy short and sweet devotionals--thanks for this important entry!