The Official Writing Challenge
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I like the line about grasping the hand instead of slapping it. Thanks for inviting us into your journey.
i like this and it is a "powerful story" of major surgery that we would all hope to never need to have. i like the idea of God moving pebbles and stones to get our attention and that occasional more dramatic event that stops us short...
I love the descriptive and original way you describe the surgery.. I hope you are well on recoveries road now
Thanks for sharing your story with us. You used come very creative language to describe your pain and your surgery.
Graphic, informative with many spiritual principles to consider. I do have some question about the validity of your conclusion. I know you wanted to tie it to the topic, but you may have overreached. Unless I misread, whatever "gifts" God sends our way are worth opening all the time, not just once in a blue moon.
I enjoyed your take on the topic and how God used your surgery to help you find what unconditional love and acceptance is all about.
Jesus knows us best, sometimes a pebble works just fine, but sometimes we need a brick. In the end it just shows how much we are loved.
Wow. I'm glad you placed because I would not have read this. Congrats on EC.
congratulations :-)
great job Tracy, congratulations!
Admin Test - Can you hear me now Tracy? (: Mike