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  1. gartensgalleryPlus says:

    Everything here was very nicely put. I am a Christian and Would not even begin to be able to start a website as you have. I am shy about going out and trying to meet people who need God in their lives and invite them to church. I just work gently with my family members and friends.

    I really love all the analogies. I think the glow stick was my favorite. I usually try to envision it as people believe on the internet. they can ask Google questions, find recipes, and look up almost everything in the world. They can’t see the wireless things that are happening. Yet they believe in the internet. They can’t see it or feel it. So why is it so hard to wrap their heads around God. It is like the same thing. You can’t see him, but you can read about him. You can’t see him work yet miracles happen around us all the time.

    People need to stop and pay attention. They need o to follow the golden rule. As well as the 10 commandments. To treat others like you want to be treated. and most of all love one another and stop the judgment. You keep on with this website. I don’t have a story. I have been a Christian since I was a little girl. And went to Christian bible camp for a week.
    I give your site and it’s content a A+

  2. Marie says:

    Your subject matter is very interesting and your variety of topics in relation to God and faith is quite a range and thought provoking. Your writing is quite heartfelt and really makes one think deeply. Whether one is religious or not, they can find inspiration or at the least good advice on tackling life.

  3. MissusB says:

    Prayer is a part of our daily life. We wake up with prayer and ends the day with it. In catechism and Christian Living subject, we are taught a simple guide to prayer which is the ACTS – Adoration, Confession, thanksgiving and Supplementary, but you know it really doesn’t matter. You were right when you said that prayer is having an honest and truthful conversation with God. 

    I admire you for sharing your meaningful thoughts about God and Christianity. I believe that we can help each other to build a stronger foundation of faith in these modern times. I will be looking forward to more of your substamtial posts! God bless you!

  4. Ella says:

    When I faced a severe medical challenge years ago, like anyone else, my first question was “Why ME?” But then I rephrased it – “Why Not ME?”

    Well, God saved my life and maybe it is silly to say but I did change my life, how I see the world, what drives me and what makes me happy. Now regardless of what anyone thinks, I am very happy for what I have and there are no material things that keep me awake at night. I have the most important thing – my LIFE!

    Moral of the story – we stopped seeing God’s blessings and “read” God’s messages! Unfortunately…

    What should we do? I have to go back and read more stories on your websites.

    Thank you!

  5. As a fellow Christian I very much enjoyed reading about the testimonies. I can see from your various pages that you have a heart for God, the gospel, and people. I hope many people read your website. And that their lives will be changed by it. I love that God lead me to review your site. I’m going to follow you if I can figure out how to!

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