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Previous Challenge Entry
Topic: Fishing (06/07/04)

TITLE: FISHING FOR WHAT??
By JOYCE MEHAFFIE
06/07/04

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Matthew was fishing one day and was just sitting around with his feet in the water, waiting for something to bite.

Along came Mark and asked,"Matthew what he was doing." Matthew said, "Fishing for Souls." Then Marked asked in return, "How big of a Sole Fish are you trying to catch?" Somehow Mark decided to stay and talkwith Matthew for awhile.

After awhile, Luke stopped by, as he was approaching he heard Mark saying between giggles, "Matthew is here trying to catch Souls, and I don't think using a rod was the idea God had in mind.

Then all of a sudden a little bush near them started to turn bright red. A Great Stron and Caring Voice rang out.
"Take your shoes off, for this is Holy Ground."

Somehow, Luke was the smartes of the three, he said, "I think the Lord wants us to kneel here." God is trying to explain what it means to be on Holy Ground and He is tring to give instructions.

Then the sweet echoing voice spoke out from the Bush again and the tree saw that the bus wan not harmed in any way.

From hence forth, Matthew, Mark, and Luke were taught. They were taught on how to reach those who didn't know the Lord as there Personal Savior and Friend. Bring those who are hurting, lonely, poor, and sick to the Saving Mercy of our God.

No matter what you are going through you will always have the Lord by your side and will send comforting angels to guide you.


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Mary Elder-Criss06/14/04
Joyce, I thought your name looked familiar, and I used my back button to view that you submitted not one, but two articles to this challenge. All I can tell you is that you need to flesh out your thoughts a lot more..both of your articles are also full of grammatical errors and spelling mistakes, which really detracts from the message you are trying to convey. There are many wonderful writers here on this site who would be more than willing to help you proofread your pieces, as well as offer helpful feedback. If you post to the message board under "Article Reviews" I'm sure you will find the help you need. Don't be discouraged, just take advantage of what this site has to offer. It's the way we all grow. Blessings! Mary
Linda Miller06/14/04
Hi Joyce - I too went back because I thought your name looked familiar. Only one entry per challenge is the rule, I believe.
L.M. Lee06/18/04
always having the Lord on our side is great comfort.
Phyllis Inniss 06/18/04
Matthew was "fishing for souls". We continue this work and the Lord will be on our side.