Thanks again for your review of my essay: "WHAT I LOVE ABOUT: THE FUTURE". So far, I see, you have a LOT more writing content in your folders than I do, outside of my Word Search Puzzles. So I have a lot of choices for giving you review feedback.
I enjoyed reading this essay on THE REALITY OF CHRIST. It was very thoughtfully written. I particularly liked what you noted about Jesus being beyond our circumstances. We know he certainly is! Along with the Father and the Holy Spirit, He created us, knows us intimately, and understands our weaknesses and strengths, having taken on human form for a period of years so that he could uniquely relate to them, as we do. One of the BEST blessings we have, as members from salvation on of the Body of Christ, is knowing our Savior understands everything we are going through in our life, because He experienced similar, if not our exact circumstances, and perfectly overcame every physical, emotional and spiritual problem, so He could guide, encourage and inspire us in following His understanding example.
Like you, and every one of our fellow brothers and sisters in the adopted family of God, I rejoice and enjoy daily being at peace with our Heavenly Father, our Lord and Savior, Jesus, and our Helper, the Holy Spirit, and sharing a wonderful close and growing relationship with each of them.
Great job, Michael, on this essay. I look forward to reading and reviewing more of your writings. We have a LOT in common, being older writers, who know God in ways non-Christians don't, and who have age and physical problems to deal with that other people, young and old, don't. I've been saved since I was 12 years old, and I'm 70 years old now. I became physically-challenged when I was 16 years old, as a result of "young people's arthritis" entering and becoming a part of my life since then, that I deal with, with God and others' help. I feel blessed to know God as I do and to have Him, and others He provides, to help me with my various challenges because of the arthritis, and to be able to live on my own, as an independent adult male, in a handicapped-equipped apartment.