The Official Writing Challenge
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Very eloquently written. I love the pen and actually for years enjoyed doing calligraphy, a dying art I am afraid to say. I liked your use of before and after in spiritual terms, before a sinner, after, saved by grace. Praise God for His saving grace and mercy for us each day!!:0)
It's interesting to learn that Spurgeon still used a quill pen. I'm amazed at his diligence and patience!

However, quills went into decline after the invention of the metal pen, first patented in America in 1810 and then mass produced by 1860.

We have in our keeping of the two thick volumes of "The Treasury of David" by C.H. Spurgeon 1874-1885(Vol.1, Psalms 1-26; and Vol. 4 Psalms 79-103).

Thank you for your article.

Thank you for relating to us about Justin's surrendered and consecrated life to our Saviour Jesus Christ. A Godly example for me to follow.

God bless you in your writing for His honour and glory.




Caught a couple typos, but you certainly are creative. This kept my interest and portrayed a good picture of the MC in the attic. Fits the topic well. Very nice.