The Official Writing Challenge
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This is the basis of a great sermon. I know I worry too much. I joke if it were an Olympic event, I'd bring home the gold, but I need to trust in God more. Thanks for the reminder.
I love the statement "You know the facts, I know the truth."

I tend to worry about everything. Mike put a decorative note on our fridge "Worry ends where faith begins."

Thanks for this reminder. Well done!

I like your fresh approach to some old examples of how God intervened in people's lives - when they had no idea what was coming next.
In that sense, it's reassuring because we rarely see how or when God will step into our unfolding world - even though we know he will.
A small touch of red ink. Some of your commas are overused - breaking the flow of thought when there is no break.
Congratulations, Ramona, on your 1st place finish in the Intermediate category and moving to the Advanced category.

I liked your easy to understand translations of the passage. My favorite line was: "You know the facts, and [but] I know the truth.
Congratulations! I was just reading back through some previous entries and read this. Through your entry, the Lord has encouraged me in a time of struggle. Blessings! Keep writing!
I really liked the way you presented this. Especially your line "Facts are not always truth, but truth is always fact!"

Well done and congratulations on winning 1st place in your level.