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    Hi, Lost623. Thank you so much for your beautiful comment about my post " A Gift." I really appreciate your thoughtfulness and heart felt love. I pray and hope that, my writing reach the lost and those who are in Christ for spiritual inspiration through the gospel, etc.. In as much, for all Christian writers on belief.com.net for the same purpose. I'm sorry I'm just now responding back but I've been extremely busy writing, and I'm working on a new journal. You have made my day, it's good hearing from you. God bless you. Lots of Love, Maggie :)

    Maggiecross
    January 14, 2012
    10:50 PM
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    Hi Lost!

    Ordained
    September 5, 2011
    2:19 AM
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    Hi, Lost623. It's good to hear from you. Where have you been? Thanks for your prayers but my friend I don't have a son oversees nor am I old enough to have a grown son yet. You probably had your mind on someone else while you were writing me. It's okay. It's nice hearing from you. I thought I sent you a reply but I didn't see it, so I'm sending this one. God bless you. Love you, Maggie :)

    Maggiecross
    August 10, 2011
    12:54 AM
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    Hi, Lost623. It's so nice to hear from you. I'd missed you. Where have you've been? Thanks for your comment but you've made a mistake. I have no son overseas. Thanks for your prayers as always. God bless you and your family to. Love, Maggie :)

    Maggiecross
    August 8, 2011
    11:32 PM
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    Thank you so much for being such a wonderful friend. You are the kind of friend that makes the term 'friendship' so meaningful. Love ya', Steve

    Stephenway
    April 14, 2011
    3:25 PM
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    Thank you so much for your comment. I just heard a sermon that really touched me and I will be writing my opinion of it a little later this evening. Thanks again for the comment.

    Nitewing
    March 20, 2011
    9:46 PM
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    hello dear lost, thank you for reading my jouranl and for your warm comments,i hope the winter is not up setting you as it is me,,i am trying to stay in denial for a few more weeks,,but yeaterday it was hard with another snow storm,,,i pray for love and peace and a nice sunny summer for all of us,,,,luv annie

    annie
    March 8, 2011
    9:44 AM
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    dear lost, i forgot to tell you thank you for the feedback on my journal, and also 2 nights ago i woke up in the middle of the night with neck and chest pains,,it turned out to be anxiety mixed with asathma,,so i am ok now but i got very scared...there was more but i can not say more on here, god bless you i hope you are doing good,,i was off the computer for a few days because of all this,,if you want my e-mail let me know,,,blessings to you ,,annie

    annie
    January 21, 2011
    7:53 PM
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    I have to admit- I was a bit curious why you named yourself Lost. I think I see now. Often people consider unsaved people as 'lost', but that is not the only meaning and context makes a difference. If we think of the Bible as a roadmap, then many become saved, and stay where they are on the map. But those who go out on the journey to see where the Lord leads them run into many roadblocks. Satan is the prince of the power of the air and ruler of this world. He is very powerful as Christians on the roadmap are fighting powers, principalities, and spiritual wickedness in high places. Though Jesus is the Light of the World, when one tries to walk in the light and fight the good fight, then Satan forces work hard to combat that one. They set up roadblocks, pretend to be the light and ministers of mercy, and they try to darken our true path on the road map. Proud and arrogant people seldom if ever doubt themselves. Humility, by nature, is prone to self-doubt. Ones faith in God and His Christ may be firm, but in humility we question ourselves. Are we sure we're on the right path on the road map? This comes to us as we face road blocks set up by Satan. So this feeling of 'lost' can really be a sign that we are on the right path, because Satan wants to misdirect us. He wouldn't try to misdirect us if we were on the wrong path. So that 'lost' sense can be a strong indication that we are truly humbled by God's omnipotent omnisience, and that we are on the right path. Did I say that right? Anyway, I love you very much, and I believe the Spirit has testified to me of your testimony. Love ya', Steve

    Stephenway
    January 13, 2011
    5:35 PM
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    WE always seem to place our eyes on ourselves first, but than again if we don't look within our own self, we may not be able to see others with an open heart. I myself am always looking at myself to see what other changes I must make, to make myself more open to help others. To be open to my own needs first, and in doing that I can be there for others. Many Blessings to you and yours Now and Always. Jeffers Angel

    Angelreachingforheaven
    January 13, 2011
    1:03 AM
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