In my early teenage years, I had a personal, everyday encounter with what it meant to be a hypocrite. Someone close to me hurt me continually, verbally and emotionally, when I was with her, but then when out with her friends would be all syrupy sweet. It sickened me, and I resolved to be honest and genuine myself. I know it’s always easier to see someone else’s flaws over your own, so I make it a point to work on in myself whatever bothers me about others. I believe it was Gandhi that had the same idea: “Be the change you want to see in the world.”
…to tell you that I’m currently out of town with spotty internet connection and a glitchy keyboard, so I am unable to watch church and upload my notes today. I will post them by the end of the week. Thank you for your understanding and patience! Meanwhile, you can check out last week’s notes here.
Hey y’all, just wanted to give you some quick updates. I’ve been working hard on evolving my blog and social media presence and improving the look of my site. Lately, this has included an Instagram account where I can connect with you all more personally and you can get content in-between the times that I post on here. Check out my account, @calliesusanna! Continue reading “I Have An Instagram!”
Hey y’all, I just wanted to apologize for my inactivity last week. I had been really stressed out and just needed to take some personal days. Rest assured that I will be picking back up my writing this week and have no intentions of letting another week slide like that. I’m sorry for just disappearing like that and not having any content for you all, as I do strive to post quality content consistently.
Let’s continue to pursue God together! Be on the lookout for more devotional and review posts in the very near future. Thanks for your patience with me and for understanding. I know God has big plans both for me and for my writing, and as it is all getting started and having bumps like this along the way, I ask you all to continue to be patient with me and share posts that encourage you with others. It may be a small beginning, but it is a beginning nonetheless.
“Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin.” Zechariah 4:10a