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Chuck Kralik

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About Chuck Kralik

  • Birthday 01/30/1974


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  1. Happy, happy, happy birthday, Lynn! Make it a great one!
  2. Hi, Olamide. Welcome to the group. God's richest blessings upon you and your writing!
  3. Hi, Denise. Welcome to ChristianWriters. Many blessings and best wishes on your writing!
  4. Thank you, everyone, for all of your support! I especially want to say "thank you" to Suspensewriter for this interview!
  5. Happy birthday! Make it a great one!
  6. Welcome to the group! Many blessings!
  7. I've thought of that. It's pretty convicting to think of "angels" in our midst. Thanks for the reply!
  8. Happy birthday, Bob! Make it a great one!
  9. “I delight greatly in the Lord; my soul rejoices in my God. For he has clothed me with garments of salvation and arrayed me in a robe of his righteousness…” (Isaiah 61:10, NIV). There’s a man in my town. I drive past him on a regular basis, too uncomfortable to stop and have an actual conversation. He’s rough looking, unshaved, with skin worn and darkened from many hours in the sun. He appears beaten down and tired from the many miles he’s paced on this particular stretch of road. I imagine he has a story, that he would happily share, if only I would stop and listen, but I have places to go and people to see, who, quite honestly, I’d much rather spend my time with. The man is easy to spot – perhaps you’ve seen him as well – as he adorns himself with two wooden signs, one in front and one behind, tied together with two strands of rope that wear heavily upon his shoulders. The signs contain a crudely handwritten message that I can’t quite make out. He’s a walking billboard, but the only advertisement he’s promoting is his dire predicament. I really should stop, but I’m in a hurry. I’m late for work and people are depending on me. Maybe tomorrow I’ll have the time for a conversation, but if I do, I hope it will be brief and not too uncomfortable. I’ll die if someone sees me talking to this guy! As I drive by, I think for a few more moments about the man. His entire identity seems to be tied to this sign, tied to his body. I wish he could see his real self-worth, that he is loved by God, that he is forgiven, that he doesn’t need to be burdened by his past, his sin, or this sign. Rather, he has been clothed in righteousness by a God who loves him and a Savior who bore a cross for him. These are the words the man needs to hear. And maybe I’m the one who needs to tell him. But today, I am pretty busy. Maybe I’ll stop tomorrow or the next day. That’s what I’ll do.
  10. Hello, Danielle. Welcome to ChristianWriters. I love the artwork you shared! I'll check out your site. Many blessings!
  11. That's so kind of you to say! You may already know, but my website is at https://www.chuckkralikauthor.com. I'd love for you to check it out! Blessings!
  12. Hi, Jamie. It's nice to meet you. Best wishes and many blessings on your writing!
  13. Thank you so much for reading and responding! I greatly appreciate it!
  14. That's great, Brian! Congratulations on the anniversary!
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