The Official Writing Challenge
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Excellent points brought out...this is a great devotional piece.
08/16/07
Yay, Janice! First place in Level 2! It's a wonderful devotional. I'm sorry I didn't get to read it right away this week, but it certainly does deserve the placing!
08/16/07
Great writing. I enjoyed it because it wasn't fiction and was done so well. Great example here and congrats on the L2 win.
Wonderful devotional. Anger is not a sin. What we let that anger do to us leads to sin. Good pov here.

Congrats on the win!
08/16/07
About time! The world would like Christianity to remain feeble and tolerant. It was never so. Christians still have a voice which needs exercise! Well done Janice.
08/17/07
BRAVO,Janice! I am a big supporter of righteous indignation. This was so well said. You're talent is speaking for itself. There's no stopping you now...:0)
08/25/07
Thank you for the wake-up call! Hate to admit it, but I can remember few times when I have gotten angry knowing it was 100% righteous indignation, and MANY times when someone was just "getting on my nerves" or I was frustrated. It was all about ME. Because of what you wrote (and Jesus said!), I will make a new, improved effort to realize why I'm angry, and if it has nothing to do with our Lord, or the feelings of someone else, I will pray for the strength to let it go quickly. If it's truly righteous, I'll do what I can to make changes that would please the Lord. You really made a difference to me with what you wrote, and that's exactly why we write! Thanks!