Are you too busy to pray? You have to do everything on your own. So, you have less time. But, you need prayers to keep you strong, guide you and help you cope with problems.
I’m a single mum and I know how important prayer is to me. And I also know that when I don’t pray, it affects me negatively.
So, I’m going to pray for us this morning for the week ahead.
This is the last in the series of Ruth Synder’s Blog Hop. This week I’m writing about my work in progress. It’s been inspirational meeting other writers as we read and commented on each other’s blogs.
Click this link to read contributions from the other writers.
This is week 4 in our ‘Blog Hop’ and the topic is ‘Advice for Newbie Writers’. Please click on the link at the end of the post to see what other writers are saying.
Writing is a joy. When I was a little girl I dreamt of becoming an author. I used to picture myself sitting down and churning out books. I thought all you had to do was sit at a computer, and turn your imagination into written words. I couldn’t wait to start writing.
This is the third post in Ruth Synder’s Writers’ Blog Hop. This week, it’s a character sketch about our hero. My hero is my dad. I wanted to share a little about him and how he impacted my life.
My new life
I stared miserably through the car window. Thick grey fog danced around us.
My dad’s face gazed rigidly ahead. He looked like he was getting ready to take a photograph.
When I saw the title of this week’s contribution, I had to stop and think. What writing tools do I use? Well, I guess it’s the ones that make my writing life productive and comfortable.
Here they are:
- My first and most important writing tool is the Holy Spirit. He gives me wisdom and increases my knowledge. He leads me to resources to use, books to read and courses to complete to improve my writing skills. Without Him, I wouldn’t have a talent for writing.