The Official Writing Challenge
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08/04/11
Great word picture, and even greater point... Nice job!
08/04/11
I saw early on where this might be going and thought what a sad but quite accurate commentary on behavior prior to the start of a church service, but you brought this to a very beautiful and hopeful conclusion, which I have also observed in real life (and in myself!) Great handling of the subject.
08/04/11
I love the way you allow the reader to see the individual picture-book scenes, then shift our vision to them as a group – blending together with combined purpose – worshiping! What an awesome and telling line And, everything that was about “nothing” became “something." This is so creatively crafted and presented – wonderful job of meeting the challenge and wonderful message! KUDOS!!!
08/04/11
Good description. Good message!
08/08/11
The starting seems to be like a scene within a shopping mall or in the subway train. Glad all things come to a point of quiet when it's time to worship the King of kings and Lord of lords. A nicely written piece with a very clear message.
08/11/11
Congratulations on your well deserved first place win...I am so glad you won, this was my favorite!
08/11/11
Congratulations on your win. I love how you have brought all those snapshots of nothing in particular together; in praise to the God who is everything. Well done.
08/12/11
Congratulations and thanks for your comments. Good to meet new people from faith wirters. Stan
08/27/11
CONGRATULATIONS on your win! Great observations made here and so very true. Made me think about entering worship. Often my mind is flooded with a mounting list of "to do's" I must accomplish as soon as the service ends. But, entering into His presence should not be like that at church or anywhere. A very valuable lesson. THANK YOU!