Great Hub r-o-y. Why did you leave off the comment box?
I personally believe that the mark is not a device or visible tattoo or such. Using the symbolic nature of the Bible, and traditions of mankind, we know that people have used bands on their wrists and marks on their forehead to signify following a cause. In this case, I think we are dealing with thoughts and actions. God expects us to put him first and follow him with all our mind and heart. Also we are to work in his ministry using hands-on. So the mark is not only something God can see, Our thoughts, but those that man can see, our actions.
by Carolee Samuda 3 years ago
Why is it that some writers do not respond to individual comments on their hubs?I noticed this with some writers who have been on HP for two years or more. They will choose to respond directly to some comments and ignore the others. Doesn't it make you feel like not commenting on these writers...
by cookingdiva 7 years ago
I generally like comment section and leave appropriate and relative comment. If I do not have anything much worthwhile to say, I do not. I am seeing short and generic comments like;Great hub! Like it!Or, commenter leaves comment for his/her site (not hub but from outside) which is fineBut they...
by Rhonda Humphreys 6 years ago
How do you get people to comment on your hubs?
by Mom Kat 7 years ago
why do people take the "comments" off?There have been a number of hubs which I have read where there is no comments section. Why do hubbers remove this box?I think it is important to keep the comments box available to not only hear from your readers, but because it is a valuable...
by rob_allen 6 years ago
What is your definition of a "Great Hub"?
by jagandelight 7 years ago
Why don't most people leave comments after reading a hub?
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