The Official Writing Challenge
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This is very good. Convicting point...we wait for the emergency, or the extreme need sometimes and when on our knees realize it's been a while...thankyou for the reminder to maintain that prayer life and the resulting close relationship with our Lord in the trials as well as the very good times.Your article was clear, concise, and well written.(I would have used "broken" insead of my heart was "broke".)Thankyou! Pat
06/16/06
This was a touching story. The picture of the bird carrying her baby on her back is precious. You might want to try breaking the text up into more paragraphs to make it easier to read. Well done!
06/16/06
Wonderful story. The need for line spacing has already been mentioned. It just makes the flow easier for the reader. Good job.
06/16/06
This was a very touching story
06/16/06
Very well done - a great devotional. Thanks.
06/16/06
I really enjoyed reading this. It spoke to me because I was in the same position with one of our children and my husband's uncle.

I loved how God spoke to you. I was thinking that the lesson was to let go of your children, that they were the little birds, but that wouldn't have worked! I love how, to God, we can still be the little bird, even when we are adults.

Good job!
06/21/06
Thank you. Your application was poignant and extremely relevant. It may have detracted from your point, but I was left wanting to know what happened. How did you handle the situation? How specifically had God instructed? It's always good to leave your writers wanting more! Keep it up.
This was quick, to the point and left me with a great message.

Keep writing for the glory of God.

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