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05/12/17
Great piece, and info on both sides a wonderful way to highlight agree to disagree!

God will always be a faithful God, and never forsake HIS followers, and will always be waiting with arms open to forgive.

But, if those constantly rebel and walk in sin turn their backs to Him, and leave Him out of the equation, then He has no choice but to remain "silent" and allow things to happen.

But, He will never LEAVE us...He will always be waiting for those to turn to Him...always.

Great piece!

Blessings~
05/12/17
Beautifully written pertaining to the topic.
I enjoyed reading this. Your writing clearly communicated the MC's passion and love for the Lord, as well as her respect for her husband's opinion. I liked that you used both dialogue as well as reflective writing, it made the piece more interesting and well balanced, in my humble opinion. For such a passionate stand, I would have not expected the husband to drop his argument so quickly...it left me wanting more but in a way maybe that is a good thing.
I enjoyed reading this. Your writing clearly communicated the MC's passion and love for the Lord, as well as her respect for her husband's opinion. I liked that you used both dialogue as well as reflective writing, it made the piece more interesting and well balanced, in my humble opinion. For such a passionate stand, I would have not expected the husband to drop his argument so quickly...it left me wanting more but in a way maybe that is a good thing.
05/17/17
The title of your piece caught my eye and the way it was written kept my attention. I liked the dialogue mixed with the reflection, too. Great job!
05/17/17
Even in Noah's time, God honored a small remnant. I think America needs to repent. God can't turn a blind eye to sin forever.

Well written with good arguments on both sides of the debate.
05/18/17
Congratulations on winning 1st place in the Beginners category, Marilyn.
I think anyone who says they totally understand God is without complete understanding. I can see both sides of this. In military terms, I think we have had a few shots acrossed the bow to get our attention.

You hit a very salient point: the issue of mediocre faith. Do we believe in an all powerful God with a Kingdom that transcends everything? The answer may be no.

Churches are in decline--by in large. That is not God's will. Our devotional life is our life.