The Official Writing Challenge
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It hurts when our plans don't equal God's will for our lives. But, all of us remember that God is never wrong. His plans for us will always produce better blessings than we could ever get for ourselves!
Wonderful message in this story about commitment and change. Both have their place in our lives.
Powerful transition Sam went through. God's plans for us, though using our gifts, may not be quite how we've imagined them. Thanks for writing!
This has a wonderful message about career changes and trust in the Lord. The idea of a farmer of men is unique. I thought immediately about the verses in the Word about sowing and reaping, in season and out of season, and the four kinds of soil the Word falls upon. My only advice is to proof your article for correct punctuation. There were a couple of runon sentences and commas were needed in other places. I enjoyed this article otherwise!
I really enjoyed the way this message was relayed. How it was integrated into daily lives. Nice work! God bless ya, littlelight
You portrayed their personalities very well. The story was told in a very nice flow. As noted before, there were some grammatical needs but otherwise the writing was VERY good!
This is fairly well written; the message in the essay is powerful.
Sometimes it is hard for all of us to simply let God handle it.
Thanks for posting.