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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: River (08/31/06)

TITLE: river of life (iii)
By marlene kelly
09/05/06


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RIVER OF LIFE




When I first gazed upon the magnificent Colorado River rushing and roaring down stream
under God's supernatural power to what seemed an endless destination, I was totally awe stuck at
how crystal clear and pure the foam topped water seemed to be as it passed over polished rocks,
jagged boulders, bits of tree limbs, useless dead lumber and other natural debris.
Eventually, I was reminded of a pure river of life that we mortals start out from in the
womb. But as we flow on to our appointed destinations in life, the debris we collect along the
way tends to make our course muddy, dirty and flooded with useless dead works. Hopefully at
some point along the path, we can begin to see our need for salvation.
For this purpose was Jesus, the Son of God given as a redeeming gift to mankind.
Bringing a pure cleansing river of life filled with living water to all who want to be immersed in
salvation.
"And he shewed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the
throne of God and of the Lamb." Revelation 22:1 KJV


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Marilyn Schnepp 09/09/06
Point 1: I Love short, sweet and to the point entries! This is one of those! 2: the "awestruck" typo can be fixed easily.
3: Spacing between paragaraphs make it much more reader friendly - and also adds to the overall point you are making. Otherwise, very well written, and an enjoyable read. I liked it.
Donna Haug09/09/06
You could expand your description of the Colorado River before you switch to the application part. Good thoughts.