I have been feeling disappointed in this blog for a few months now, it has been on a steady downward spiral. This morning as I got my old computer out to give to my brother and started going through some of my old posts, the full extent of the depravity became dishearteningly clear.
I went from this and this to this and even this (actually, there are some worst posts but I can’t find it in my heart to show those). I started this blog both to reach those who do not know Jesus and to encourage and challenge Apostolic Christians (especially women) worldwide, by showing some of the challenges of being sold out and living and raising children in a world that is doing everything possible to deny God. Somehow though, it has degenerated into a picture blog of things that do not matter and some of which are not even Apostolic. I am so ashamed.
This timing is so appropriate, as this current year ends and I look forward to the new year (God willing), it’s the perfect time for me to evaluate my life and this blog. So instead of discontinuing this blog, I think I’ll take it back to it’s origins – What’s in my head Monday, Guest Post Tuesday, Prayer and Fasting Wednesday, You Question, I Answer Thursday and Soul Winning Friday. So look out, I might be asking you to write a guest post. 🙂
Next month is the month of consecration at my Church. Every January we start the new year with prayer and fasting, it’s a great way to start the year off right and maintain throughout. I am very excited about this!!! There’s just something special about when the Church is on one accord. If your Church does not have consecration in January, please, join us. I promise you wont regret it.
Reading the news and seeing how people live as though there is no God or worst that He is not coming again soon, there is an urgency to become focus on the things that really matter. I am motivated to do all I can to tell someone about Jesus. This blog is one way of sharing the truth of the gospel with the world. Please pray for me as I endeavor to do just that.
Thank you for being patient with me, and thank you for stopping by Apostolic Talk, your support makes all the difference!
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