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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Help (02/20/06)

TITLE: Fragments
By Tomitchell Payden
02/23/06


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Fragments

There are certain things in life that require no words.

There will be certain situations that will bring you to the breaking point. I’m talking to the people who wake up in the middle of the night asking themselves, “What is this all about?” Is it really worth it; the pain that I endure, the family issues, financial problems, etc.

The prayers that seem to never get answered. There have been days of fasting and still no results. The people that continually get blessed around you but it seems that God has put your destiny and your concerns on the back burner.


You begin to become fragmented and discombobulated. You feel yourself becoming unglued, unplugged, and unmoved by the things that you to pull at your heart strings. So you ask yourself, is it really worth it? Life begins to become fragmented. Broken into small pieces. Bit by bit, you begin to question your very existence. Why am I here? The frustration of asking God for the same thing over and over again begins to take its toll and you start to consider going back to what worked in the past.

When prayers simply turn into the word “help”, you’ve reached a point in your walk where you are solely depending on God to work whatever you’re going through out. This is an excellent spot to be in. You see, it sets you up for what’s on the other side. This exactly where God wants you to be. Totally leaning to Him and not your own understanding. God is not moved by desperation but God He hastens to faith. So when He brings you out of this thing, the only one you can give glory to is God.


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Jan Ackerson 03/01/06
I love the idea of when prayers simply turn into the word "help."