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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Where Angels Fear to Tread (not about the book) (09/08/11)

TITLE: The Fire
By Ken Ebright
09/10/11


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In heaven the Lord was watching what was happening to Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego.

The Lord talked in a loud booming voice, "Angel Gabriel, I need you to go down to earth and stand by Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in the blazing furnace."

"Lord, the furnace is seven times hotter, my wings are fragile."

Jesus said, "No they won’t they will not be touched by the flames."

"My wings will burn up, if I loose my wings, I won't be able to fly."

"You won't loose your wings or burn up, besides I want to show King Nebuchadnezzar that he needs to worship me only."

"Lord, my gown might get dirty or smell of smoke."

"If it does I will give you a new one.”

"My whole body will turn into a piece of charcoal."

"You will not turn into charcoal, I want to show future generations that I am powerful and I can be trusted."

"Lord, Lord, I am afraid of fire."

"Fear not, the Lord is with you, you will not burn up; Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego will not burn up not a hair on their head or your will burn up. Their clothes, as well your own, will not smell like they have been in a fire. This is an important message for King Nebuchadnezzar and the people of the future. You need to trust me."

"Okay, Lord, I will go down there. Sorry I didn't trust you."


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Nancy Bucca 09/15/11
Interesting take on the topic. Never thought of it from that perspective before.
CD Swanson 09/16/11
Good piece, nice entry. I always like the interesting stories that come to the writer's mind pertaining to biblical passages.

God Bless~
Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 09/16/11
This is very creative. I liked how you took a true story from the Bible and put your own imaginative touch on things we don't know.

You did have a few typos, for example loose should be lose (sorry didn't catch that at first), your should be yours and you are missing a comma or two.

But it was a clever idea and created a picture in my mind. The only other suggestion I might give you is don't be afraid to use all 750 words. You could turn a good story into a great one with more details. Keep writing, you're doing a great job and are getting better and better.