Moving To New Spaces

So, with a new year, I decided to create a new blog in a new space in hopes that a new space would assist me in keeping up with a blog on a regular basis. I also think that certain sites bring more traffic because of the aesthetics of the designs. But then again, what do I really know about web designing? Anyhow, I have been working a few projects for a few months now and I am excited that I may actually have time to complete some of them now that I am home for a while during this chaotic Covid-19 situation. Who knows where this will lead and what will come of the ideas? I do know that God is in the middle of all of the decisions that I have made concerning these projects. I have not only revamped and moved the blog, but I have also created a couple of intro videos for the YouTube channel. The only area that is proving to be an issue is the chat room platform. I really had hoped that there would be a way to have a chat room related to the channel and blog, but it just seems as though there are no platforms that have a true chatroom other than Paltalk. Paltalk can be a great platform for a Bible study chat, but the issue I have is that there are so many troublesome rooms and sometimes we get “drifters” in rooms that want to cause discord. However, the argument for that is that we {the admins of the room} have the ability to “boot” those people out so that there is no disruption. Paltalk is a very difficult area in the social media world. What was pleasant and easy to maintain 18 years ago is not so simple in today’s world. For now, I will just continue with the areas that I know can be utilized to spread the Gospel and when the time comes and God is ready, He will move the ability to chat into place. This post was nothing more than a chit chat post. Something I have never done with my blog. LOL. I have always tried to keep the blog as a place to present devotionals. I am not sure why I chose to start chit chat posting. Maybe because in the chaotic mess, someone may just want to read a post about nothing. LOL. Not really. I think sometimes we get so caught up in what we perceive is right that we lose sight of just letting it be what it will be. Everything does not have to be perfect and put together in such a way that it seems “stuffy”. I am a firm believer in Colossians 3:17, “And whatsoever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” (ESV). I know, I know, you are sitting there thinking “this woman has lost her mind, she just said it doesn’t have to be perfect”. You are so correct! I did state that everything we do does not have to be perfect. My reason you may ask? Well, it’s like this. We walk in a world that wants us to strive for perfection and think less of ourselves when we miss the mark of what society defines as perfect. This causes so much doubt and fear that many gifted Christians sit on the sidelines because they are concerned, they will “mess it all up”. This could not be farther from the truth. There is none perfect in this world. There is no perfect time, look, home, car or person. In all actuality, there are not even perfect words that come from man. The perfection is of God. The evidence of that perfection is Jesus and the Holy Spirit. No matter how much I strive to find the perfect words for this blog, God will change them for what He wants to be shared. When we seek God in all things, He directs our words, actions and when we focus on Him, He will direct our thoughts to those things which are encouraging to others. James 1:17-18 tells us that “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation of shadow due to change. Of his own will he brough us forth by the word of truth that we should be a kind of firstfruits of his creatures.” (ESV). This is why I have learned to just let it be what God will have it be and do my best to hear His voice in all the decisions that I may make. As I sign off, I want to let you know that there is someone praying for you. Prayers of hope, strength and peace. Someone is also loving you from afar. Have a safe and wonderful evening and know that you are loved more than you could ever know.

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