I have had some real ups and downs in my short writing career. I tried to look at my book as a stepping stone to writing even more, and I hope that may be the case. I am very grateful to all of you who faithfully read my post. The first week I began blogging, I was shocked by the statistics from the web host weebly, but fueled mainly from social networks. Facebook has been the “biggie” attention getter to my site. Though I am grateful to God for allowing me to write “Under The Influence,” I realize that many of you started following my blog because of it. I mean, if somebody wrote a book, they should have interesting blog posts, shouldn’t they?
Not so. I read through some of my old posts for the purpose of compiling a ebook for Kindle, and I began to wonder why people read such broken articles…lol. Some of these, er, many of these posts start with a topic and end without getting to the point. That’s no big deal, and I am apoligizing somewhat, so thanks again for being faithful to read. There is a site that I would like to bring to your attention. If you notice that I post some of my blogs from Think in Today, a wordpress blog site. WordPress is a blogsite you may find blog posts on ant topic under the sun. Warning: IF YOU READ ONLY RELIGIOUS ARTICLES BEWARE! I would suggest that if you follow Jesus, make sure you know; what you believe, why you believe it, and why is is important.
There are so many people in search of faith that if you don’t have a strong foundation in your belief, you can easily be swayed by the various philosophies regurgetated on WordPress. But if you are looking to strengthen your faith, there are many great, unknown bloggers to read after. There are catagories to browse through on their reader. Topics like the Bible, Christianity, and church, are all good for your growth, and both protestant and catholic alike can find well written articles. Watch out for catagories like religion, philosophy, and even faith. At any rate, some of these are great, some are a hoot, and some are irreverently blasphemous in nature. But if you like to read short posts, and what to change up from reading yours truly all the time…check it out. I have developed a really small readership, but it is global in scope, and I read many of the posts from other countries as well. There is also other sites you can read blogs like Pinterest, Google plus, Wallbuilders, etc. All of these are good to expand your understanding of where the worldviews of various people lie, or in my day we would say, where their “head is.” Lately I have been doing less blogging, because I have written a couple of ebooks, as I stated in and earlier post. I am prayerfully working on a few more as well. They are on Kindle, at kdp.com through their lending library. “How to Pray Constantly,” is the first that I put on there. It is a 22 page book on acquiring an attitude of prayer over the smallest of details in our lives. “The Best of Recovery Blogs,” is the second, these were the most popular blogs I wrote regarding recovery from addictions. Don’t worry, each blog was revised, and actually make a point, lol, again.
All of these sites, ebooks, etc., are all good, and fun if you like to read. The book I highly recommend is: The Bible. This book is life changing. It is called by many names, but I like to think of it as the “Manufacturers Handbook.” the “Lifemap,” or Love Letters to me from God. That is perfectly within the reality of what the Word is. In closing this post, here are a few morsels, that are my exact feelings toward the Book of Books:
“My Words are life to those who find them, and health to all their flesh”…Prov. 4:20 “This is my comfort in my afflictions, for Your Word has given me life.” Ps.119:50 “How sweet are Your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth.” Ps.119:103 “The entrance of Your Word gives light, it gives understanding to the simple.” Ps.119:130
Thanks for reading, God bless and keep you all!