I am happy to announce some big news! My posts have been far fewer recently, and that is for a good reason. I have been writing a book. The book goes live on May 30th, but you can preorder it now! Those of you that have followed me for some time will recognize some of the text in the book because it started here with the blog.
We will continue to make posts here hopefully on a more regular basis going forward. Thank you for all of your encouraging words over time.
Survivors need watchmen to back them up and help them when needed. There may be others who attack them and the watchmen need to help support the survivors during that time. The survivors need encouragement. Do whatever is best for the survivor, even if it may disrupt some waters. The survivor needs to find a sense of security, which may be hard to find. Therefore they need watchmen to check up on them and make sure that they’re alright. Consider the speech that Jesus gave about the shepherd watching over his flock in John 10:1-18. He describes how the shepherd will do anything for his sheep, even leave the flock just to find the stray sheep that wandered off. Survivors are sheep and watchmen are shepherds, do whatever it takes to protect the survivor and support them in all circumstances. Are you going to step up and be a good watchmen and support the survivor at all costs?
“Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.” –John 15:13
“A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.” –Proverbs 17:17