A Change in my Blog Policy

I don’t blog often enough.  Sometimes I’m just not up to it.  I do have a lot of thoughts and ideas I want to share, though.  So here’s my solution: I’m going to write shorter blogs; thoughts just too long for a tweet.  I’m still working on my series on the Psalms too: haven’t  done 69 yet, for instance, but for now, just my mega-tweets.  Right now, I’m having a horrible wake-up this morning; tried to read my devotional, but couldn’t.  Anna said it’s okay, don’t do what you can’t do.  I said I’ve been doing what I can’t do for so long that I’m not sure I can still do what I can do. Anyway . . .
What’s on my mind this morning is my new book, Through Pain to VictoryA Christian Guide Through Chronic Pain.  I’ve been marketing hard, but this morning I woke up with level 9 pain and I said: Oh God, if you deem this book worthy of helping hurting people to see your glory, please take Thou the book and put it in the hands of people who need it.  I don’t need to make money, I just need my daily bread, and somehow You’ve provided that all my life.  I need the wages of an ox on the threshing floor, which, according to Mosaic law, you should not muzzle, but allow to eat from the grain it is threshing.  That is all I ask.  Give Thou my allotment to me, Lord, and I shall be able to continue with the harvest.