The Official Writing Challenge
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01/18/07
Well put, and AMEN.

God bless,

Kevin
01/19/07
The thought entered my mind, that, writing of Jesus, our hearts will be judged, because his was. Jesus is a point of division, as unimaginable as it is. Peace, joy, love....what was bad in what he offered? Who would not take such a gift? They judged him before they could even evaluate his gifts. It seems like foolishness to some. Well, I say their treatment of the subject is what is foolishness! You give a great reminder to us all of the way it should be, and we certainly need that. Thanks for the reminder of how much John overcame to write of rainbows. We should rejoice that we are free to write at all! God bless!
01/20/07
Well done. You've caught the essence of the writer's heart and shared it well. I really enjoyed this.
01/20/07
Hi Kevin, This leads us right into the writer's heart, and what he is feeling as he pens his thoughts. I enjoyed reading this.
Jeanette
01/20/07
A very good entry. I might have considered using your next to last paragraph as your lead. It was your best sentence in the story. That said, you minstered your point well and effectively. God bless.
01/21/07
Nice article - loved the ending best:)
01/24/07
Perhaps I am paranoid, but I felt pin pricks while reading this entry. I critique, comment and am sometimes harsh (a la Simon Cowell)...so I took this to heart and hope that I have not crushed somebody's spirit or heart with my honest critiques...but I liked your story; just felt a twinge of guilt...but I still feel honesty is better than empty flattery. Good Job on this!