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46 comments:

  1. You have a great blog. It is hard to be quiet long enough to hear that Still, Small Voice. I am subscribing to your RSS feed.

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  2. You are so right. I struggle with quieting my week down to a point where I can seriously absorb the words of God. But I have to say that I have never been disappointed when I have succeeded turning the volume down in my life.

    Currently I am simply focusing on one passage from the Bible each week. Reading it each day during some quite time which may only last a few minutes (usually during lunch), but then thinking about it when I have spare moments while driving or between tasks throughout the day.

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and complimenting this blog, it is very encouraging to me.

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  3. I have been coming back every day since you dropped on me and I finally stopped long enough to really look through your blog. It is absolutely awesome and now I'm ready to go close mine. LOL Not really but you do have a wonderful site put together. I suppose I am left with no choice but to subscribe to your blog and I know I will be blessed. Thank You for listening to "the still small voice".

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  4. Thank you Cathy for stopping by, reading, commenting, and subscribing to my blog. I pray that it will continue to be a blessing to you while bringing glory to God.

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  5. Hello there. Just saying hi here. Nice messages here.

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  6. I really enjoy your blog. It is very attractive and is one of the best Christian blogs I've seen. I look forward to daily visiting.

    Kim

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  7. Thank you Kim for stopping by and taking the time to comment on my blog. You are so kind and I am so glad you enjoyed your visit. Please feel free to respond in the comment section to any articles you read. I enjoy reading what others have found in the Word. To me reading the Bible is more of a communal thing than most of us know. I look forward to your visits.

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  8. Hi, I came across your blogs by way of entrecard. I enjoy reading it so much. Your pics are so awesome!
    I was also introduced to your blog by a dear friend, Robin Sampson, Heartofwisdom.com

    Anyway, all this to let you know that I am starting a new meme.
    Friday Show and Tell: The Parents Edition
    I would love it so much is you would share with us...It is a Mr Linky thing so all you do is link to you post on you blog.
    Also, If you would be so kind :), you could post a blurb about it on you blog...I need all the help I can get if you know what I mean. lol
    Anyway, here is the link to the first edition...you can get a gist of what it is all about...http://seekinghisface2.blogspot.com/2009/01/friday-show-and-tell-parents-edition-1.html
    Thanks and God Bless

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  9. Brad,

    I came here from High Calling Blogs. This is a very well designed blog with plenty of wonderful content. I enjoyed just browsing around.

    with blessings,

    Minister Mamie

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  10. Hey great site you have here. Thanks. God bless.

    Lance

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  11. Stopping in to say Hello and to tell you that I enjoy & look forward to your thoughts!
    I love the puppy :)
    Have a very nice day!

    DorothyL

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  12. Hey Brad, been reading a little bit here and there for a few days and thought I'd drop a note. You've got good stuff here, my friend. I'll be back to see what more you're writing. God bless and happy blogging!

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  13. I really do enjoy hearing from those who have stopped by my blog. For those who have blogs I love to check them out so please leave a link.

    Loved your blog Matt @ The Church of No People. You have a great sense of humor.

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  14. Hey Brad! Thanks for the Twitter link. That's awesome!!! Have a blessed day!

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  15. Brad,

    Thanks for the blog and the twitter scripture. question, are there any copyright issues with delivering scripture via twitter? i can be reached at npendley AT abfllc dot com

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  16. Hi Brad,

    Thanks again for placing a Daily Scroll button on your site!

    I wanted to let you know that I'm now offering free advertising in my prominent 468X60 banner ad spot (see attached image), to bloggers and site owners who place a Daily Scroll button or blog post on their sites.

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  17. Brad,
    Thank you for allowing JESUS to work through you. I love your heart, I do hear JESUS!

    I love the LORD with all my heart too, I know where I was, where I was heading, and to think JESUS loves me sooo much, that he would pay my penalty for me (and the whole world) with HIS life. I am am in awe!!!

    I am always so happy to meet my brothers and sisters in CHRIST. Praise GOD for you all!

    I want to leave you with one of my favorite BIBLE verses...

    "Because thy lovingkindness is better than life, my lips shall praise thee. Thus will I bless thee while I live: I will lift up my hands in thy name.(Psalm 63:3-4)

    GOD Bless You my dear brother!

    Your sister in CHRIST,
    Donna

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  18. Brad, I don't know how I found you on Twitter, but I did, and am so very glad I did. Beautiful video for Holy Thursday on Barrabas. And love your tweets that will keep me grounded through the day.

    One of my favorite quotes comes from Frederick Buechner in "Telling the Truth" and I was reminded of it by your title and by reading your entries, and because this is what I think you do --

    "Let the preacher tell the truth. Let him preach this overcoming of tragedy by comedy, of darkness by light, of the ordinary by the extraordinary, as the tale that is too good not to be true because to dismiss it as untrue is to dismiss along with it that 'catch of the breath, that beat and lifting of the heart near to or even accompanied by tears,' which I believe is the deepest intuition of truth that we have."

    Be encouraged...your truthtelling is having an impact. (Mark - wordsburg website coming soon.)

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  19. Great quote! Glad you stopped by and left a comment. You have encouraged me. Thanks. Looking forward to checking out your blog once it is live -be sure to stop back to let me know.

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  20. Love your puppy picture!! Just dropping by to say hello. I have had a few clicks on your widget off of my blog. Praying people are finding Jesus and learning more about Him. Have a blessed day!

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  21. Thank your for this beautiful post! I went straight to my heart. I worry a lot too, and this really helps!

    So thank you for giving me a beautiful start of this new day.

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  22. Thanks Windi, that is wonderful.

    Your Welcome Relimom. God provided today! Now on to the next. Day by Day.

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  23. This is an interesting site.

    My verse:
    Proverb 17:17
    "A friend loves at all times"

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  24. Great verse SongDiary. The book of Proverbs in the Bible has such great wisdom about friendship. Another one I like is Proverbs 27:6.

    "Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses."

    Such wisdom in the Word of God.

    Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to share a verse.

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  25. AnonymousMay 08, 2009

    hey, just stumbled across your blog by coincidence (honestly, google likes throwing me a curve ball every once in a while)

    anyway, just dropping in to say hi and to tell you to keep it up, your doing a good thing.

    will check in from time to time ^_^

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  26. Glad you stumbled on my blog, thanks for the encouragement, and I am looking forward to your return visit and comments.

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  27. Love your title, "Sound of a soft breath"
    I desire to be so in tune to my King that I may perceive every nuance, every nudge. Your site is an encouragement to the Bride! I see you stretching your gifting to write and convey the heart of God to the very thirsty. God bless your gifting to new places and media.

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  28. Thank you STEVE for taking your time to stop and encourage me.

    I have always struggled with writing and so each post is a challenge, but felt led to force past the technical hindrances of writing and simple try to communicate my honest reaction to what I read in the Word each week.

    Praise God for pushing those who follow Him out of their comfort zones.

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  29. Dorothy StahlneckerJune 16, 2009

    Just wanted to say hello and thanks for visiting our blog.

    Dorothy from grammology
    grammology.com

    Recent blog:=- Parents teach values to our kids

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  30. Hi hello. Thank you by the way for following my blog. There is one song(or short story) that I love very much. The title is....FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND....There is one particular stanza/line of that song that always retained in my mind. it goes like this.....The Lord said, my child, my precious, precious child. I love you and I will never leave you. In times of your troubles and sufferings when you see one footprints in the sand, that's the time that I carried you.

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  31. Thank you always my friend for dropping EC in my blog. I dropped EC in your blog too. Take care and enjoy your day.

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  32. Your posts bless me. Thanks for writing

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  33. Thank you ANALOU for stopping dropping by and sharing about FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND. Many have found comfort in that song, poem, or story. God is WITH US.

    Thank you DUSTY CHRIS that means so much to me. God is simply AWESOME and the more I focus on His Word and my honest reflection on it the less of a labor writing is for me. If you told me several years ago that I would be writing on a regular basis I would have thought you were nuts. For most of my life I have avoided reading and writing. I love drawings, graphics, and pictures not words, but God is all about CHANGE. And He has changed me in so many ways. I look forward to more changes.

    Thank you all for reading and taking the time to encourage me with your comments.

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  34. Beautiful blog. I have linked it to mine (under a list of devotional blogs) so that others might enjoy it, too.

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  35. Thank you Elizabeth Mahlou. You are very kind.

    I was quite intrigued by reading your profile, blog, and the first several pages of your published book at Amazon.com. What a fascinating Journey! God is Great!

    If you are using Facebook you may enjoy the "sound of a soft breath" Bible Devotional right on Facebook

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  36. Brad,

    Thank you again for your readership at uncommon ordinary and for your support of that site in the past.

    I was feeling a strong pull to move away from the mix of poetry ... spiritual and secular there.

    My heart has always felt most at home in prayer and so I have just begun Selah (www.ahselah.blogspot.com)

    I'm so glad to hear that you are on Facebook, Brad. How you glorify our Savior!

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  37. Thank you Laure. My pleasure. I very much enjoy your writing and poetry and will most definitely check out your new blog.

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  38. Brad,

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I've started following your Twitter accounts and will add your blog to my blogroll.

    Blessings to you -

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  39. Thank you Joe. I enjoy your blog very much.

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  40. Hi,
    I've tried to subscribe a couple of times by email and I'm not getting the emails. Didn't know if there's a issue on your side or just me. :)

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  41. Hi from another Alltop blogger. Keep writing!

    Paul Wilkinson/Thinking Out Loud

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  42. A MOM'S CHOICE: Thank you for subscribing to this blog via email. The email updates are for the more in depth devotional posts on this blog. They are not daily but more like every other week.

    The daily devotions you see on the right hand side are from the sound of a soft breath Facebook page. There are daily and even more than daily short devotions on the Facebook page. If you are a Facebook user please become a fan and short daily devotions will display in your Facebook news feed. Check it out and become a fan.

    Thanks for your question.

    http://www.facebook.com/bible.devotions

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  43. Brad,
    I am very impressed with your blog and how much time you have put into making it speak God’s Word. I just released my blog http://awalkoffaith.wordpress.com and am excited about how God will use it to transform the hearts of men and women who are hungry for the Word and are ready to walk with Him. It would mean the world to me if you could check out my blog and share it with those around you.

    God bless and thank you for taking the time to look at my blog.
    Michelle Jensen

    P. S.
    Do you have any prayer requests for your blog?

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  44. Hi Brad,

    I'd like to profile you in my highcalling blogs series on goannatree.blogspot.com as part of this series: http://goannatree.blogspot.com/2009/08/some-folks-you-need-to-meet-highcalling.html

    I'd love to ask you some questions. I couldn't find an email address for you on here, so if you could email me at goannatree_at_gmail.com that would be great!

    Have a great day and keep up the good work!

    A.

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  45. Brad,

    My name is Michael Shaw. I believe I met you and your family at the Bahama Breeze last November and that we are neighbors. If this is correct, please send me an email at MichaelShaw18@comcast.net.

    Blessings to all.

    Thanks,

    Michael Shaw

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