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03/14/13
What a moving testimony in this well written piece. Thank you for sharing...and may God continue to bless you always~
03/15/13
Wonderfully written testimony. Engaging and entertaining...with a point! (excuse the pun- LOL) Well done.
03/20/13
I think you did a great job with this devotion. In the beginning, pretty much everyone can relate to driving on a strange road that is full of twists and turns. That always helps to draw your reader in when they can relate to the MC. The second part of your message I could also relate to as I have had similar symptoms that come and go. Although I have not officially been diagnosed yet I believe my diagnosis will be similar to yours and will remind me of the strength of God to help me get through my fears and make sure I keep my doctor's appointment. Your words had a calming effect on my rattled nerves and will help me in more ways than you can ever imagine. Thank you.
03/20/13
Good teaching begins from a known point and advances to the unknown. Jesus used that method throughout his earthly ministry....and you used it in this article on life. Thanks!!
03/21/13
Much truth in your story about things that happen in our life that directs our path moving forward. God knows what is best for us.
03/21/13
Congratulations on you EC!
03/21/13
Congratulations on your win! And thank you for sharing your fine testimony. Well earned!
03/21/13
Thank you for sharing your testimony. Isn't it wonderful that God is with us, especially during those "Hairpin Turns". Congratulations on your Highly Commended.
03/22/13
A major "Wow"! I once traveled the same route to Sedona. Such an incredibly beautiful and dangerous ride. I am glad I was a passenger and not the driver. Your excellent piece not only took me back, but how you wove our need for our Lord into this - literally breathtaking.
03/22/13
Congratulations on a well written testimony and a deserving EC.
03/23/13
Great analogy from my 'neck o the woods'. We traveled that beautiful yet treacherous stretch of road countless times the 10 years we lived in central Arizona. Well written and transitioned. Congratulations on your EC placing!