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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Click (04/18/13)

TITLE: Clickity Click
By Ethel C Pechman
04/24/13


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C Stands for Confidence


L Stands for Love


I Stands for Immediate


C Stands for Care


K Stands for Kary: the nucleus of a cell (Webster’s Seventh Collegiate Dictionary)

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You can gain confidence as you read God’s word and live your life accordingly, knowing that when you talk to him, he hears you. For it says in I John 5:14, “And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.”

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Depending on how God is leading you in the study of his word, you will come to the word love, and be inspired to learn about our Savior’s great love. His love is infinite and we need to follow his leading wherever he takes us. He wants us to know that his great power is in his love; it is constant and - - -

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You will learn that with his love, you may be asked to do some little task that will have no meaning to you. God loves you unconditionally. However, his favor toward you is dependent upon your obedience to his commands. And the key to obedience is the word immediate. Once you have learned to hear his still, small voice, you need to obey immediately before your mind rejects it. You may not understand what he means; not until you learn why he said what he did.

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Jesus created us and cares for us. His care is beyond our comprehension. He wants us to know him and therefore has not left us without a book of instructions. His care for us is so great that unless we follow his leading, we will miss what he is trying to tell us.

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Kary is the nucleus of a cell. We learn through Karyology (the study of structure and function of cell nuclei), how intricate the body is. And as you study the Bible, you will learn that it is through Jesus that we were created eternally. But due to the sin of Adam and Eve, we lost our relationship with our God and were without hope for eternal life.

Our Father and Jesus developed a plan for our reinstatement that even Satan cannot defeat. This plan is to take your sins and nail them to the cross on which Jesus was crucified.

Can you imagine the devil wanting to take your sins upon himself? Never! But that is the only possible way that Jesus could give you eternal life after death. Think of it! It was the only way, and Jesus did it. He gave his own life by dying for you. All you have to do is repent of your sins and believe in Him. We all are guilty of that sin, unbelief. But Jesus’ life conquered the fruits of unrighteousness by giving up his life for us. Think of it! It was the only way. There was no other way. John 3:l6 says: “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believes in him shall have eternal life.”

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Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 04/27/13
This is quite clever. I think you did a nice job of tackling the topic and delivering an important message. The only red ink I have is to make sure you include the translation of the Bible you quote. Overall you did a good job on this fresh piece.
Joanne Sher 04/29/13
Very nicely done! Great message and creative construction. Thanks for sharing.
Brenda Rice 04/29/13
Very clever and an interesting take on the topic.
Judith Gayle Smith05/01/13
This clicked with me! Wonderful throughout . . .
Praise YHWH!
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