I would like to invite you to join me, in a simple experiment. I am doing more than getting back into the swing of blogging. Do you know that I’ve a Facebook Page that doesn’t always get a lot of traffic; especially the video?
Today, I went to check the new Facebook Live Producer. In the following video, I’d like to share a possible new feature for this blog site. I’ll probably talk about other topics.
If you took the time and listened to the audio, then you will discover that we did more than talk about the book. We talked about solutions and a willingness to listen to God’s Word. I’ll give you, a hint. We did not talk about owning gold; as not everyone can afford it.
I am one of those people, who can’t afford to buy gold. What about me? How should I prepare for something, that may or may not happen? A wise man sees the upcoming trouble and takes prudent steps; so that he is not reacting to fear.
As the discussion continues, I quietly asked Jesus and myself, “What should I do? How do I prepare for potential changes?” One thing certain, our country is definitely in a financial mess. You simply need to turn on Fox News or CNN. What’s next?Continue reading “Dealing With Changes”→
That’s correct. Conflict, a wonderful problem. Why am I calling conflicts, a good problem? First, I don’t mean the conflicts stemming from violence. I am sure you guessed that. I am speaking of the conflicts that arises on blog sites and among friends. Don’t be afraid. Continue reading “Conflict: A Wonderful Problem”→
4Poor is he who works with a negligent hand,
But the (A)hand of the diligent makes rich. [Proverbs 10:4 NASB]
Some time ago, I had visited the site run by a woman with the handle, TimeThief. From Time’s OneCoolsitebloggingtips site, one could gain some very helpful guidance for building and maintaining a great blog site. Almost everyday, Time would update her site with some solid insights on blogging wisely. Yet, this story isn’t about Time; rather it’s about one who is diligent in the work before them.
I wish that I could say the same for myself; however it is first part of the proverb that I must take. I have not been diligent in my writings and the up keeping of this blog. As such, my writings and the blog has suffered. Not only this, others have suffered too. Our negligence will often snowball and impact others and not just the initial person. Continue reading “The Diligent Hand”→