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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Anger (01/24/05)

TITLE: Be slow to it
By karen McLamb
01/30/05


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Be slow to it




As I see anger in today’s world. It makes me very unhappy.
It’s like why! In the world does this have to take place?
People on earth are not pleased about dealing with any type of anger.
I look at this situation about anger like it can be resolved as the Lord had resolved it.

In chapter of Proverbs 16: verse 31-33
He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city.

As we Christians have been train in our spirits to.
Be slow to anger, our best rule ever to walk even closer to God.

That there wouldn’t be too many people to even let anger build up in them at all.


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Norma OGrady01/31/05
Very Short ...although informative..Thank you for sharing
Yeshua Bless
Deborah Porter 02/07/05
Hello Karen. Your message was good, but unfortunately we had to disqualify it from the Challenge as at just 126 words, it was under the minimum word count limit of 150. I hope you'll rise to the Challenge again, but remember to make it about a paragraph longer. It's always so disappointing when we have to disqualify an entry, which is why we want to make sure you know for next time. With love, Deb