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by Kris (with a “K”)
Sometimes when we talk, we realize that in order to make our point stick, or in order to really come across clearly, it would be best if we prefaced the main thought with some preliminary remarks. 933 more words
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In yesterday’s post, we looked at the exhortation to believers in Hebrews 12.1 to run the race. I now want to further that discussion by looking at the first three verses of Hebrews twelve a little more closely. 1,273 more words
Some grammar rules, like discouragement about starting sentences with “And”, are so last century. Others, like dangling participles, are invisible to the average person. Even writers aren’t too bothered if they’re used outside of fiction or journalism. 832 more words