Thursday, October 18, 2007

My Apologies

You hear some people lament the fact that there aren't enough hours in a day, and depending on the busyness of your own schedule, you either nod your head in agreement, or shrug your shoulders, thinking to yourself, well I always seem to make time, or I seem to get everything done.
As cliched and overused a the term may be, there really aren't enough hours in a day. Between driving to Chicago and back yesterday to pick up my middle brother Sergiu, to playing chauffeur most of the day since he needed to find some clothes for his children, to preparing for the trip to Baltimore this weekend, to putting the October November newsletter to bed, to getting a chance to say hello to my wife and kiss her cheek, there really isn't much time left.
I know to some of you that's no excuse, and you shrug your shoulders, thinking to yourselves, well he could have made time to answer my comment, who does he think he is? I would've made time for him. Well, if you've felt slighted, my apologies. I promise I will get to commenting the comments, but please be mindful of the fact that this web blog has gotten more exposure than I expected, and while that's a good thing, I am trying my best to address every one's questions, and there are allot of questions.
To be honest, my plate was full before I started posting on this web blog, but I decided to do it because I knew there are some who would appreciate it and be nourished by it. I try to be a man of my word, to the best of my ability, so when I say I will address your questions, I will do just that, but it will require some patience.
Thank you for taking the time to read, to comment, to pray, and thank you for your understanding.

With love in Christ,

Michael Boldea Jr.


Anonymous said...

Don't apologise, blogs are hungry beasts that can get out of control if you let them.

Just pace yourself and if folks get impatient, well - that is something they will have to deal with.

I don't view blog comments as all necessarily requiring a response, especially if there are many comments. That includes this one too ;-)

A Seed Sower said...

God Bless you Bro Michael, I am sure that any child of God will understand your busy dedicated life. We all need to learn to have patience, for it is in our patience that we possess our souls, so it is good spiritual exercise. We the body can also minister to each other and attempt to give input to each others questions also. It is very necessary that you not neglect your dear wife the few days that your home each month.
God Bless you

Elm Street Chapel said...

Brother Michael,
Not to make you blush, blow your horn or make your head swell but, ARE YOU KIDDING? Through this interaction I am more stirred to seek God here than by reading or watching the same old, well intended (?) blah, blah, blah everyone else has. I, like many I know, went to Hand Of Help every day to see if their was a new post, a new prophecy. It's nice not to have your guard up and feel at ease with a brother in the Lord. I hope that this blog is not to demanding keeping you from other Godly assignments.

Elm Street Chapel said...

I have to agree with Dave.

I, too visit the Hand of Help site almost daily to see if there is an update. This blog has stirred me to seek the Lord even more, and to help show that there are people out there who are looking for the true uncompromised word of God, just like us.

However, I understand and appreciate your sincerity.

God bless,

Anonymous said...

Michael, I also am so appreciative of you taking the time daily to write on your blog, as I also was a regular visitor to Hand of Help. I don't think you should feel under pressure to answer or comment individually, and I think most readers here would understand that! Your daily words are great encouragement.

Anonymous said...

The previous pastor to our church was never able to prioritize his time, because he felt he needed to be there for everyone. In reality he was barely there for anyone; even his own family. I'm sure the Lord will let you know which person you should address and which ones He will address through prayer and the Word.
God Bless,