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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: The Editor (05/27/10)

TITLE: My Editor
By Ernie Earth
05/28/10


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Jesus is my Editor, through the Holy Spirit.

The small still voice says, "You did not say 'thank your', go back".

"Excuse me mam, I forgot to say thank your."

"Did you speak harshly to that person I sent to you?"

"I was wrong to speak harshly to you. I want to appoligize".

No matter where I am or what I do. I find my editor is always sugesting a better way to represent Jesus.

My goal is to learn to edit myself. I want people to see Jesus and not me. When I focus on Jesus, I am a very kind and gentle person.

When I focus on myself and my own wants, I am selfish and self-centered. I can not seem to change myself. No matter how much I want to change, I can not.

But with Jesus, all things are possible. I have the hope that one day, with the LORD's help, I will become a kinder, gentler person.


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Nancy Sullivan 06/03/10
You took the Editor out of the box by reminding us that our words and actions require as much, if not more, editing than the written word. Thank you!
Nancy K Sullivan
Sandra Carter06/03/10
Well done.
Mildred Sheldon06/03/10
Thank you for putting life into perspective. A few misspelled words, but otherwise very well written. Thank you and God bless.
Dusti (Bramlage) Zarse06/04/10
Great message!
Jan Ackerson 06/04/10
Interesting approach--a life editor rather than a writing editor.

It's almost ironic, but this writing editor suggests that you double-check your spelling more closely before submitting!

Thanks for being so transparent with us...this is a nice read.