Although I can’t speak for others who blog regularly, I can speak for myself and I can tell you most of the time it feels like you’re screaming in a vacuum, or throwing words down a bottomless pit from whence you never even hear a peep.
It is a solitary thing, this writing, and if not for the knowledge that God requires it of me that I might encourage and edify others, I would have given it up a long time ago.
As such, it was a surprise to get so many comments to my question as to whether I should continue the series on prayer, or continue writing standalone articles as the Lord leads, and I want to thank every one of you for taking the time and voicing your opinion.
As someone so astutely intuited the issue is time more than anything else, and having to juggle all I need to do is becoming increasingly difficult.
Throughout the course of the next two months I will be traveling and speaking beginning this weekend, filming more of the ‘truth in a nutshell’ teachings as well as longer teachings, finishing the second book on prayer, finishing a couple other books I’ve been working on in tandem, and getting some side gigs for a little extra scratch so I can do something nice for the wife for our thirteenth anniversary…and all this if the Lord wills.
So the decision I’ve made in regards to my conundrum is that I will do as the Lord leads, for as long as He gives me the strength to do it.
Since most of you have likely lost the thread on the prayer series, I will continue to post standalone teachings, and when I have a certain prayer done front to end, which will end up being a whole chapter in the book, I will post it in its entirety rather than a thousand words per day. That way, those of you who like to read can read the whole thing in one sitting, and won’t have to scroll through months’ worth of posts.
Again, thank you all for your encouragements and your comments. Who’d have thunk it? Someone actually reads this blog.
With love in Christ,
Michael Boldea Jr.