I recently starting blogging pretty regularly.
After getting married, resuming school, and having regular work, i finally fell into a formal routine:
A reflection on God’s forgiveness. . . . Micah 7:18-20.
A past-due update on life. . . . 1 Peter 5:7.
I took another cat to the vet this morning, so this post is again relevant. . . . Galatians 5:2-12.
Apart from the grace of God, we too are villains, so let’s love those well who sin different than us. . . . Romans 3:10-18.
As the people of God, Christians are called to represent Jesus to the world, which is why we must take the time to know Him rightly (Christologically orthodox) so we do not misrepresent Him to the world. . . . John 1:14; 1 John 4:15-17.
Life changes constantly. Here’s a big one for my family and I.
The gospel of Christ can be preached from every book of the Bible–even Ruth.
Does psalm 23 teach eternal life in the Old Testament? . . . Psalm 23:1-6.
Can you summarize a character’s life (or your own) in 140 characters or less?
I promise that i have many more blog posts planned. However, this week i will be taking a break, trying to focus on fiction writing and school projects. It’s spring break for both school and work, so i want to use my time wisely.
My goal is three school papers finished–about 15 pages total–and 10,000 more words for the rough draft of Switched. However, with that said, i also started an Easter-themed post last year that i plan to post on April 4, 2021. There may be one additional post before Tuesday, April 6, but that is yet to be seen.
I share this so you know this was a deliberate choice to focus my writing energies elsewhere. I didn’t merely get lazy and give up on blogging.
In this with you.
Soli Deo Gloria
Thanks for reading.