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August 31, 2008


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Eric H Janzen

Excellent reflections Ward. While reading your article the thought came to me that it is when we lose sight of the cross that we tend to get pulled away from our faith. At the core of our discipleship is this powerful symbol that stands opposite the System of a fallen world and our spiritual Enemy. Thank you for your reflections, which have helped me to, at least today, remember to bow low before the King and worship him and to recall what it means to follow him.



Dear Ward,
i am certain that if i met face to face with you, i would find you a friend.
i have noticed your writings here a number of times.
i am the church, as much as one individual can be.
you are the church, as much as one individual can be.
i know there is good value in what you have to say, but when i read things that are written here i feel like you have something against me. like i have wronged you.
i feel like there is something simmering under the surface that is less than our Father intends.
there is healing that needs to come to me, so that i can hear what you intend.
and i think there is healing that needs to come to you so you can say fully what your Lord intends.
bless you friend! sincerely!

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