When My Words Turn Into Blogs

Here is what I believe; not all of my posts are meant for everyone, in fact some may be meant for nobody except me. I share them with groups I feel may have people who would enjoy them, need the inspiration, or need the comfort that they might bring.

Words are an expression of the heart and soul, coming in on the wings of inspiration. They arrive as a silent whisper and grow until they are so loud and repetitive that they must be captured; an essence so strong within my being they must be released.

There are many inspirational words, poems, discussions with God that are not shared as I know they are mine and mine alone, at least for now. Sometimes when I revisit them there is a silent whisper, ‘this must be shared’. I always try to answer that silent whisper when I can, for when I don’t it just gets louder.

God is like that, waiting patiently but persistently when He wants something of me. He knows I will eventually answer the call.

I am not in it for money, although some say I should be. I am in it for you the reader and for me, the writer. We both get something out of it hopefully. If God wants me to make money with this, he will provide the opening and I expect my books will generate any extra revenue I need for now.

So, if you enjoy a post here and there, I hope you like, or comment, and share them with your friends. That is the best way for me to know something I wrote touched you in some way. If you don’t, that is okay because we don’t all need or like the same things and my writing is definitely a variety of inspiration, poetry and faith.

So until the next post, may you stay safe, healthy and always know that you are loved.

Published by Leslie Dobson

Leslie has been writing since she was a young child, first with poetry and short stories and later with song lyrics, young adult stories and inspirational sayings. She is a multi-genre author and her blogs and books come when and where the Spirit leads.

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