Or maybe I will. You needn't read any further if you aren't interested.
I will never make any money or score any free stuff with my blog. I just don't have it in me to exert the effort required. And while I do not disparage my own views on things, I don't have a particular point of view on a particular topic or two (niches, if you will) that justifies regular opining from me. My life is not curious or interesting, nor am I particularly funny. No, I just happen to like writing random things out now and again, and a small handful of people don't mind reading it.
So is there a point?
Actually, this post expresses it fairly well. With pie charts!
I told you that I wrote a very long follow-up post about finding a new church. And I told you I was too shy to post it. And there it still sits in my drafts, unpublished. Something in my guts doesn't feel good about it. I had my husband read it, and he wasn't too keen on it either. (Full disclosure, he isn't particularly understanding of the medium of blogs in general, but he tries to be supportive of me.) The post sounded pedantic. It reduced something very complex that ultimately ought to be the province of the Holy Spirit down to a few do's and don'ts.
The truth is, I can be quite certain of the hypothetical situations of other people's lives, all the while being completely lost in the concrete reality of my own life.
The heart is deceitful above all thingsMy husband and I have some sorting out to do with the Holy Spirit. We have to do some heart-examining. And the question is, do we wait for the Spirit's conviction before making this decision? Only a very few times in my life have I felt strong conviction of God's will - have I not felt it more often because I am too hasty and do not wait on Him?
and desperately sick;
who can understand it?