I haven’t written much fiction, though I daydream about doing so. Still, I think a lot of good Lutheran theology and dialogue could shine through, just as it does in real life, in some good novels. Especially hard-hitting novels! The post below, from Cranach, reminded me of that. Imagine comparing theological approaches to the poor with actual people since theological absolutely affects actual people!
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May I make a prayer request? I recently found out our town librarian/ library director died suddenly.
May prayer of thanksgiving be included in your day. Here are two links to help encourage that: one with prayers from various Christian places and one from LCMS Worship with a Thanksgiving Day Litany and Grace—I love litanies. 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving! I am thankful to God for you!
I decided to reread my latest book, Blessed. Knowing it as I do, I was able to read most of it in a few hours. Three things struck me: 1) Maybe I don’t want to read reviews about it, because 2) I think I should have written it at an easier reading level. Don’t get me wrong, it’s insightful. I wouldn’t discourage you from buying it, but I found myself 3) actually praying, “Why didn’t I just spit it out?!” Prayers for writers, people. We should write some. And possibly include them in that essay book we’ve talked about on and off.