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what an interesting take on this ageless story.
From the author: The second to last line should read "Pain. Fear. Blackness" instead of "Again. Fear. Blackness." :(
Great storytelling!
What an imaginative telling of this story. Its very creative, thought-provoking, and disturbing. At first I thought Immanuel was an odd choice for the name of the sheep, but it all comes together in the end. Well done.
I am amazed at your inspired imaginings! It gave me chills.
Interesting angle you took on this. God bless you.
I Loved this entry - I couldn't comment before because I was one of the judges - but this was definitely a creative twist on a topic that could have been hard and boring to write - well done! And well done on making it into the book!
Wow! And you call yourself a beginner! I was captivated. Thank you, I look forward to more...
Devin, Congratulations on being 1st in the Beginners' Level Champions Awards and 8th place in the Editor's Choice. It really is a credit to you. I was delighted to see a Level 1 entrant make it into the book. Now, it's time to move up to the Intermediate level. Well done! Deb (Challenge Co-ordinator)
Wow, you really had me captivated. I love your style and your imagination- your "original" ('scuse teh pun) ideas. It almost felt like reading a Peretti story or maybe a Max Lucado children's story! Awesome. God bless.
hope it's not too late to leave a comment. I've only just found faithwriters and likewise only just read this. All I can say is WOW - food for thought or what?
I really like your article. What an awesome point of view.
Great job Devin. A unique perspective which captured and held my interest to the end. You're on your way! God bless your writing as your writing blesses us. Yours in Christ, ladybug Karen
The sinlessness of the sacrafice makes this story all the more powerful. Thank you!
Wow! What a great angle on the story of original sin! What a picture of the sacrifice God mad and would make later on the cross.