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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: The Writer’s Skill/Craft (04/22/10)

TITLE: Pathway to a Delightful Adventure
By Philip Barrington
04/26/10


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God wants to use you and me. You and I need to be available for God’s use. Our words need to be powerful. Our words need to be understood. The most powerful word and its meaning is eternity and where we spend it. The most destructible action is not to do anything about our eternal state.

Where we spend eternity is a solemn thought. For some, introducing the thought of one’s destiny might be devastating or harsh. Others may prefer a soft way to introduce the thought of where our eternal destiny lies.

With subtleness, one man thought it necessary to share his profound faith on the streets of Sydney. With God given ability; not able to write his own name with clarity; Arthur Stace was able to write the word “eternity” on the pavement in various suburbs of Sydney.

God has given the fundamentals of writing to us, His creative beings. The enablement of learning to write has been taught to us since the age of a Child. Some have struggled with writing, realising this, the ability to write well is a delightful adventure.

Arthur Stace received a special gift from his Lord. On the pavements of Sydney, Arthur used his gift to write the word “eternity” He also prayed to ask God what suburb he was to write this message.

Asking God what to write before we write should be a priority for the Christian writer. Using our skills, talents, and what we have been taught is essential. We also need to be lead by the Holy Spirit putting into practice the gifts we have, for our Lord’s service.

Spiritual blessings are ours by implementing the use of our gifts into our lives. Arthur Stace used his gift. After Salvation he went on an unstoppable journey pleasing his Lord and Saviour.

Our pathway to a delightful adventure is accepting Jesus Christ as our personal saviour so that we can answer the most powerful word “eternity” and where we
spend it.

To read full story of Arthur Stace, copy and paste the link below into your browser.
http://www.greenplanet.com.au/eternity/eternity.htm


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Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 04/30/10
You make some excellent points. Thanks for sharing.
Yvonne Blake 04/30/10
Oh, that's an interesting story. I would have liked to have seen you tell more about Arthur in your entry.
Phee Paradise 05/02/10
I would have liked to hear more of Arthur Stace's story, too. Writing "eternity" on the sidewalk intrigues me, but why did he and what happened when he did? I found that there was a lot of repetition in your entry, and if you removed it, you would have lots of space to tell more of the story.
Jan Ackerson 05/03/10
Oh, I'd definitely like to read more about this interesting man!

I agree with your previous commenters, and find this not particularly on topic, but intriguing nevertheless.