The Official Writing Challenge
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What a challenge you had as a daughter, in this eye responsibility. Your thoughtful, well-written devotional now challenges me.
How well you expressed having clean eyes. My mother taught us the song, "Oh, be careful little eyes what you see." How needful that is today. God bless you.
Well-written article with a profound challenge to the readers.
beautifully and lovingly written. What an awesome reminder and a great challenge!
This is a lovely devotion. You make great connections from your life to the Word of God. I like the idea of using songs, but I wasn't familiar with the ones you mentioned. You might want to note the titles and cite the composers.This is also a loving tribute to your strong mother.
The title caught my eye and I love the phrase of the the worship song.
Your experience with your mother shows how God enables us to do what we think we never could. Personally, this is the most powerful response to the "See" challenge I've read. God bless and congratulations on great writing and application.
Good analogy. I especially liked the line..."We need to have clean eyes to see Gods Majesty." What makes even more meaningful is the picture of who cleans the eyes. You cleaned your mother's eyes because you love her. God cleans our eyes so that we can see... and He does it because He loves us! Thanks for sharing your story.
Great message learned from such a difficult experience. Congrats on your special recognition.
Lisa, I'm going to feature this inspiring devotional on the Front Page Showcase for the week of April 11. Look for it on the FaithWriters home page--and congratulations!