I recently starting blogging pretty regularly.
After getting married, resuming school, and having regular work, i finally fell into a formal routine:
John continues his letter by summarizing world history until the present day. . . . Revelation 12:1-6.
2021 is over; here are my hopes and goals and prayers for 2022.
A brief reflection on each of my top 10 books of 2021.
If Jesus will not return until all nations have heard the Gospel (and are represented with believers), then our focus must be the unity of the Church. . . . John 17:21.
A meditation on prayer and a encouragement to pray. . . . 1 Thessalonians 5:17-19.
The Trinity has been a Christian concept since the first-century. . . . various texts in Revelation.
I’ve been reflecting a lot on God as a result of being a new father. . . . various texts.
Childbirth and the return of Jesus have a lot in common. . . . various texts.
A reflection on God’s forgiveness. . . . Micah 7:18-20.
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.