The Official Writing Challenge
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"I was addicted to the site, and craved the reviews." Ouch! That hit close to the mark! I am amazed at how being obedient does bring release from frustration. God does know what is best for us. I am gald that God has given you permission to write!
All I can say is, "WOW!"

Talk about sincere and heart felt.

May God Bless you.
Dan Blankenship

Your obedience to His leading will only draw you closer to Himself. My respect, dear friend, indeed. ~ His servant, Nance

With writing such as above, please continue to be obedient. WHEW, fantastic. I think we all as writers can learn from your piece.
I am also new. I don't sell my writings; I share them. I write to help others and myself. I'm already rich without money. Great story.
Thank you for being so open. I believe that your article is a timely reminder to me to be disciplined in using any website, and always to put God first.
Thank you.
Thank you Larry, your article hit home, and made me do some very deep soul searching!
Thanks again and may God continue to Bless your writing!
Deep soul searching going on here too! Thanks for sharing!

God bless,
Isn't John Bevere an incredible man of God? What a privilege to attend his conference.

...gee your story sounds extremely close to mine...I wonder if this is a "test" for all writers of the Internet!

Be blessed!
How sincere and heartfelt your article is. We can get carried away by the things that are not important and lose sight of those that are. Thank God he saved you from all that torment. Thanks for sharing.
Ouch, that hits close to the mark. Thanks for the challenge. I'm glad it wasn't FaithWriters you stopped being active on ... but even something as good as this can lead to too much time on 'fun' things like the message boards, and checking e-mail too often to see if someone has responded. (Surely not us?!) Thanks for the good reminder. May God continue to use you and your writing.