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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Beginning and End (04/16/09)

TITLE: Our Lives
By Ken Ebright
04/20/09


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In our beginning we are as small as a thumbnail. We grow to be on average about five feet in our end.

In our beginning he molded us out of clay. In our end we were wonderfully beautifully made.

In our beginning were almost like a blank sheet of paper. The values of our parents will determine what we will be like in our end.

In our beginning the Lord selected our parents. In our end the Lord became our parent.

In our beginning we didn't know Jesus. If we accept Jesus we will see him in our end.

In Jesus, we can have a new beginning, and our eternal life with him will never end.

Thanks to Jesus dying on the cross. It was the beginning and the end of Satan.

Thanks to Jesus it was the beginning, and end to our separation from Jesus.

Thank you Lord that I had a beginning in you. I can't wait to see you in the end.


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Patricia Herchenroether04/25/09
I like the interesting style.
Glenda Lagerstedt04/27/09
A very clever piece of work.
stephanie erickson04/29/09
Interesting! I enjoyed reading the connections/ contrast you made.