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Great Poem that teaches us to fight discouragement by living life as if for 'an audience of One!" Merry Christmas!
12/13/07
Poetry is great, message is great, and I took something home with me...that is what matters most. Kudos!
12/16/07
What a neat message, told in a delightful way. Stumbled in a couple places, but nothing major. Enjoyed this.
12/16/07
This lovely poem is a haunting comment on the way the church fails to even see the needs of the lonely, or to feel the lack of connection on Sunday morning. It's a good thing we have ways to connect with the Lord; He will always desire a relationship that is more than artificially surface.
12/20/07
Well done. A sad commentary but you ended it with such hope and fortitude. Good writing.
03/21/08
You have such a beautiful way with words to convey your message. I know what you mean; hopefully it doesn't happen too often, but I've attended unfamiliar churches and decided I must be invisible! (Those congregations don't realize what they're missing, do they! :)

Thank you for reading and leaving a comment on my "Good News Alphabet." When I first thought of the idea, I did have a verse for each letter, except Q, X, and Z. But, in my youth I was lazy and didn't always learn the reference. So, for the article, I did have to "look up" quite a bit for accuracy, plus a search for those hard letters (^&^).
WOW - Lots of emotion here. You take your reader right into your heart - what a journey! The sad commentary on "church" is so very hard. I have to wonder how many times this kind of thing plays out in reality (sigh) but you've made it oh-so-personal here. Your private worship and praise is inspiring!
03/18/09
Clap! clap! wonderful,written well, a move of God and it shows he is in you.
11/23/09
Unfortunately, this is too often true in the church. It's really sad, but we need that communal worship as well as the personal in our lives! Powerfully done!