As a series update, I’d like to tell you a little more about what I’d like to do with it, as well as lay out my current plan for the blog.
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Hello! I’m going to turn my attention to the topic of writing freedom for an upcoming series. Have questions, concerns, and ethical quandaries you’d like me to address? Just let me know. I hope to write up a full week’s worth of posts and dedicate the week of February 12-16th to them.
Drat. I have TWELVE post ideas, but just didn’t have time to write any up. Visit again later, folks.
It’s my blog and I can elaborate if I want to. 😉 Yesterday I suggested that writing can be the opposite of escapism, so I thought I’d explore that a little more today.
I’ve gotta shake myself back into focus. Perhaps wickedly I think I’ve made enough progress into my new year’s resolutions that I can start to chill out. Multitasking is just not as self-sustaining as I used to think. I ended up sleeping a LOT yesterday! ha!
Whadda ya mean you need more than a light dusting?! I can make a LOT out of the opportunity, none the less! ;)16
The Amazon Trade In program looks really great. Have extra books lying around? Here you go.
I’m going to tuck the information away for later. I hadn’t ever heard of this program before.
I know, and you know, that words are great. That writing, not only in the formation of abstract words but also in the movement-made-visible for the sake of communication, is a tremendous gift. So check out this nifty article about the “Chalking of the Doors.” I’d never heard of it, but it gives me pause in appreciation of our great many gifts, particularly the blessing and epiphany of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. 🙂
I’ve been reading Pilgrim’s Progress on and off again for a while now. To be honest? It seems a lot like reading Job. Lots of Scripture, lots of dialogue, and lots of angles I’m not quite sure what to do with.
Care to share any thoughts about Pilgrim’s Progress from a Lutheran point of view? Or can you relate to the experience of reading Job-like books? For that matter, you could recommend reading on the Book of Job itself.
Ha, I used to work in a certain worship office and we started to follow the lectio continuo suggested in the LSB introductory page. Reading through Job in a chapel setting was SO ODD. Do you say, “This is the Word of the Lord” no matter who speaks in that book?! CRAZY!
I’m glad our Lord–and many other people!–have things more figured out than I do. 🙂
Happy reading and happy writing!