When I started writing these posts back in 2016, I posted afraid. I feared what others would think of me or that someone would challenge me biblically. I no longer post in fear but with confidence that the Holy Spirit is giving me utterance. I may not always hit the mark because I’m still human, but you can rest assured that I’ve prayed that God would hide any post that could be misleading. I trust him. I cut many things out of my life to make it easier for me to hear from him. I seldom listen to music with words; the only television I watch is in passing, and I limit myself to whom I listen to on social media; all to keep my mind clear of clutter. I stopped reading devotionals from other people because I didn’t want to pick up on their teaching, although I have a few hand-picked teachers that I trust to bring me the truth. Discipline is not easy, and I fail daily; I know I’m small potatoes in the kingdom of evangelicals, but God shows no partiality and has trusted me to bring a word of encouragement to anyone who will listen. Thank you for listening; you mean more to me than you will ever know.
And from those who seemed to be influential (what they were makes no difference to me; God shows no partiality)—those, I say, who seemed influential added nothing to me. Galatians 2:6