Ummm, so…. where was I? The Return of “It Is Written”
You may have noticed about 10 months ago or so-ish, the posting that happened here on a daily basis abruptly stopped. One day we’re cruising through Colossians, the next day………
And the next day after that, and the next day after that, you get the picture.
Some of you know (and now all of you will know) that the reason for this was because I was finishing my graduate degree work; until it was done, I just couldn’t devote any meaningful time to writing beyond what I needed to do for class. The good news is that back in May I actually finished my coursework and graduated with a Master of Divinity Degree. Hooray!!!
So today, I’m writing to let you know that next week (on Tuesday September 23rd to be precise) I will begin writing daily devotions again. Initially, we’ll have a series of posts finishing up the book of Colossians. Then I’m thinking we’ll spend some time going through some basics in defending the faith. After that, maybe we’ll spend some time going over World View stuff (maybe…. we’ll see), or maybe through the Proverbs, or possibly through 1 John, or you know, some other thing.
As always, I can promise on a near daily basis a few grammatical? airs and speling flubs.
On top of this there may be one occasion or another when you’ll be bothered/offended by something I’ve written or a picture I’ve included. That can be ok. Sometimes it’s a good-thing. For example: If the offense is not some-thing actually offensive, but just some-thing that made you feel convicted, than yes, it’s a good-thing. Clear?
Other times though it could totally be because I wrote something in a clumsy/unclear/heretical sounding way. Please believe me when I say: ‘Tis not purposeful: Extend me a bit of grace. But if the issue truly needs some clarifying or correction, do not hesitate to drop me a line.
Anyhow, I’m looking forward to sharing from Gods word with you with the goal that maybe a little more you might
by the mercies of God, present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. (That you would) not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.
Soli Deo Gloria,