The Official Writing Challenge
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I have an old threadbare ginger dog which I cherish even after nearly 50 years. I am so pleased to be reminded that God cherishes the old and tattered!
Love the title! God surely stuffs us with love every single day of our life!
What a great story to show how the child is like God in her affections! Children seem to understand that love is equally divided. This was just a great story and said so much in so few words!
Great comparison. It is beautiful how we sometimes understand our Father through the eyes of our children.
They say when you want to learn, why not learn from the best. So, I'm beginning at the bottom and will work my way up your list of challenge entries. Just so you won't be bombarded with comments from me every time I read something of yours, I'll likely just read them and not comment. And I know I'll be blessed if this one is any indication.

God be with you. And congratulations on your fine body of work.
This is beautiful. And so comforting.
Wonderful story and analogy! It reminds me of something my wife says of me, "You're just a big teddy bear!" God bless you.
I had just read your "What FW Means to Me" where you describe how much you have improved over the years.

Hoping desperately that I too will improve with practice, I set out to discover how much your writing really has changed.

This is a sweet story that you likely turned into an outstanding devotion by adding scripture and prayer. If you haven't, you should. You make a great point.

I can see your growth as a writer. Of course you started a tad ahead in regards to the talent part, but you've also gotten better.