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Chuck Kralik

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  1. Hi, Thad! It's great to have you in our group. Blessings and best wishes!
  2. Hi, Paula! It's great to have you in the group. Best wishes and God's blessings!
  3. Hello, CC. It's great to meet you. Blessings on all your writing adventures!
  4. Hi, L.C. Welcome to Christian Writers. Best wishes and blessings on your writing!
  5. Hello, Cassandra. It's great having you in the group. Best wishes on your continued writing endeavors!
  6. Hi, Daniel. It's good to meet you. Best wishes and blessings on your writing adventures!
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    Hi, Kaitlin. It's great to have you as part of our writing group! Congratulations on the birth of your daughter and best wishes on your writing.
  8. Sorry to hear, Lynn. Will you still be active on Christian Writers? I hope so!
  9. Praying right now for little Penelope.
  10. Prayers for everyone in the path of the storm.
  11. Happy birthday, Nicola! Make it a great one!
  12. Welcome to the group, CJ. Blessings on your writing!
  13. Very cool, Chris! The cover looks great! Congratulations!
  14. Hi there, JayCee. It's nice to meet you. Best wishes on your writing!
  15. Welcome to Christian Writers, Ja. It's great to meet you. Blessings on your writing endeavors!
  16. Yesterday, I posted my 100th devotion on my author site. I'd love for you to check it out at https://chuckkralikauthor.com/. If you begin now and read one devotion per day, you'll finish right around Thanksgiving. I challenge you! You can even subscribe to receive new devotional writings straight to your email inbox!
  17. It's so weird. Every year that I get older, the print in my Bible gets smaller. I'm typing this as I squint at my computer screen.
  18. Great verse! I look at it as a win-win. If I live, I will serve Christ. all the days of my life. If I die, I will be in Heaven with Jesus. God is with me either way.
  19. Hi, Teresa. Welcome to Christian Writers. Best wishes and God's blessings!
  20. “Then Jesus asked him, ‘What is your name?’ ‘My name is Legion,’ he replied, ‘for we are many’ ” (Mark 5:9, NIV). Jesus doesn’t fear confrontation, even when it means standing against Hell itself. He never cowers in the face of evil. Jesus doesn't run from danger, and he will go to the ends of the Earth to search for and save even one lost soul. The Gospel writer Mark records a frightening, yet fascinating, account of a demon-possessed man and his life-altering encounter with Jesus. Mark's description of the man is quite startling. He lives among the tombs in the region of the Gerasenes. No one can stand against him. Like a dog, the man is chained, and like a monster, he breaks the chains. He approaches Jesus, not out of aggression, but out of obedience, for "...even the demons submit..." in the presence of and at the name of Jesus (Luke 10:17, NIV). When asked by Jesus to identify himself, the man states, “My name is Legion...for we are many” (Mark 5:9, NIV). The demons speak for the man, but they have no authority over Jesus. The "Legion" of demons, the "We Are", is no match for "Jesus", the "I am". At their request, Jesus casts the demons into a nearby herd of pigs, and to the demons’ surprise, the pigs stampede into the sea and drown. The collateral damage is massive, and the townspeople ask Jesus to leave the region, but the man, formerly demon-possessed, stays, providing a witness for Jesus to all who will listen. Jesus referred to himself as the "I am", identifying himself as the God of the Old and New Testaments. He said things like "...I am the bread of life..." (John 6:35, NIV) and "I am the way and the truth and the life" (John 14:6, NIV). Jesus, the personification of God, came down from Heaven and was victorious over the forces of Hell. Through the sacrifice of the "I am", we are forgiven and free. And we, also, have an amazing story to share.
  21. Hang in there, Jared. Brighter days are ahead. Praying for you right now!
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