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Commitment to Writing

Since April of 2021, my life rhythms have been radically changed since making a commitment to daily writing. I made this pledge quickly, but not spontaneously.

In my faith, I wanted an outlet to bring Gospel truth to others. Openly sharing the Word is part of my natural process as well. Nonetheless, as an introvert my social battery does not hold a long charge. 

I recognize that it is not my strongest conduit of expression. Still, will I glory in the weakness because in it I receive the power of Christ mightily (2 Corinthians 12:9). 

Saying this, the journey of devotional writing has been a fruitful endeavor and a blessing to others as well as my self. From the wellspring of Scripture to the egress of enrichinggrace.com, I testify that God is still doing wonderful work in the lives of believers and unbelievers alike.

Even if my mortal eyes couldn’t see it, I can taste and see that this is true for God is true and His word is sure (Psalm 19:7–9; Psalm 34:8; Philippians 1:6). Opportunities keep arising and I will keep pursuing them, shielded in His righteousness and caring heart for me (2 Thessalonians 3:3).

This message is impromptu but believe me, extemporization does not equate to unpunctuality. The word of God is always punctual and always on time. Just like the unbeliever is always in need of salvation and the believer is always need of spiritual enriching. 

Commitment to the Gospel

Let this encourage you to lift the word of God high above the baseless chatter of the world. 

Personally, it has been an exciting time. For all reading this, I wanna thank you for reading our devotionals, Bible studies, and supporting the release of Enriching Grace’s first book! If you haven’t had the opportunity to check it, I encourage you too give it a look. Your support is great appreciated!

On top of this for the believers reading, I want my words to invigorate you. Find what you can do to spread the Gospel and inspire others to pursue spiritual growth over spiritual stagnation. Sometimes, the problem is believers willingly supplying the flesh with ample opportunity to indulge in spiritual indignation.

Depart from such things (2 Timothy 2:19).

Stand firm in Christ while entertaining creativity. Walk a Godly walk while entertaining a circumspect attitude. You will do great things in the name of the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. Being ambassadors interested only in expanding Heaven’s population.

Thank you for hearing me out.

God bless!

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