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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: The Kingdom of God (03/12/09)

TITLE: This House
By Mildred Sheldon
03/18/09


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Have you ever had one of those duh days and your brain seems to be fuzzed over? Well, that has been my dilemma lately and with the good Lords help plus a precious loving friend, my mentor who is trying valiantly to teach me about writing, opened my eyes and this to me is what Gods kingdom is.

God created this universe, which is so vast I cannot even begin to fathom how great, wonderful, magnificent and awesome Gods kingdom truly is. Here is another thought that just blows my mind. God created us and as unbelievable as that sounds we are part of Gods kingdom. How’s that for a child’s logic?

I am living in a fallen world and the only way I can have Gods kingdom inside me is the moment I turned to God the Father and asked Him to be my Lord and Savior. I was assured an eternal place in His Kingdom. Christ now is and shall always be my Lord and Savior and I will gladly shout it from the rooftops to whoever will listen.

Whenever I say the Lord’s Prayer, I am asking God for His Kingdom in heaven to come. That His will be done on earth as it is in heaven and His kingdom which is now in heaven will be on a new earth when God the Father so orders it. For now, my body is a living breathing place, which houses Gods everlasting kingdom through His wondrous benevolent grace, mercy and love all made possible by the death of Gods only begotten Son Jesus Christ.


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Genia Gilbert03/19/09
I like this. So concise, yet so much meaning!
Jan Ackerson 03/20/09
A nice little devotional.

Be sure to add apostrophes to all possessive nouns.

Your authentic voice really shone through in this entry.
Norma-Anne Hough 03/21/09
Well done. You got the point across. One or two minor errors.
Keep writing.
Coleene VanTilburg 03/24/09
Keep walking forward in your faith and in your writing. Sometimes the "duh" moments are teaching opportunities and learning opportunities from the Lord. We have His Kingdom with us, yes, because of His death, and His resurrection. Keep learning, keep writing and keep sharing in your humility. I thank you for your thoughts.