I struggled with whether or not I should even post this. It’s pretty depressing. But here goes…..
I’m doubting my ability to write this book. I have no confidence in my writing. I know nothing about writing a book. Nothing at all. All I have are different pages open in Word with a bunch of mumbo jumbo. Nothing that is worth anything.
I’ve been reading books on writing a book and while there are great tips, I just can’t make it materialize into anything. It’s so frustrating. I have compiled a bunch of research on my topic.
I get so distracted….I can’t focus…arrrghh. I’m so frustrated with myself. I’ve tried the whole setting a timer and writing without stopping.
I’ve got nothing.
I don’t know what else to do anymore. I thought I was a writer.
And yes, I’m having a pity party. I know I am. I just…ughhh…I don’t like this feeling.
I thought I had given these negative thoughts to the Lord but I must be holding onto a small thread somewhere without realizing it.
I’m going about all this the wrong way.
I need prayers, y’all. I need to get out of this funk. I need to stop wallowing in self pity.
I found this website, Decision the other day. There are tons of good articles to read. I came across an article called “Be Separate” by Billy Graham that is a must read!
I’m going to share just a few quotes of what he had to say.
We may live IN the world but we aren’t supposed to live OF the world.
I mentioned that I’ve been having struggles with being a light to my coworkers. Friday was no different. I reacted worldly in different conversations. I’m ashamed. But I was immediately convicted. The Lord made sure I knew immediately what I was listening and laughing about was not godly at all. And then I came across this article Friday night that I know it was God who lead me to read it.
To a large extent, the American church has become merged with the world. It has adopted so many of the world’s ideals and standards that it has lost its ability to stem the tide of crime, deception and immorality that is sweeping the nation. For millions of church members, there is no deep commitment to the cause of Christ, no regularity of attendance at public worship, no sacrificial giving, no personal religious discipline.
I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12:1-2).
As Christians, of course, we must live in the world. We must infiltrate the world with a purpose to help win the world. But we are not to participate in the evils of the world. There are certain things that a Christian must say no to—in politics, in the shop, in the office. We must show that we are citizens of another world, and many times we may suffer misunderstanding and persecution because of it.