A short message to my friends here at Christian Blog

Over the years, I have tried to write blogs as led by the Holy Spirit. At times I have succeeded, but many times I do not quite hit the mark. Time and physical constraints have made it difficult for me to consistently hit that mark recently, and for that I wish to apologize.

I realize that I have alienated some of you through my brashness and to some, negativity. I am truly sorry if that is how I come across, but many times I don’t know how else to write based on the subject. I understand that at times, I have written blogs that do not appear outwardly to be a “blessing 2 you”, but sometimes the blessings of being honest are hard to find and take.

During the 5+ years I have been writing my outrageous number of blogs, there have been a few which really hit the mark and went “viral”. I also am aware of the countless blogs which have just sat there collecting dust. Somewhere in between are the blogs that many times represented the depth of my heart or my understanding of God manifested in print. Those are the blogs I cherish the most.

I have noticed recently that for whatever reason, my blogs have been largely ignored or not much of a blessing to those reading them. I am not sure if the problem is on my end or just the time of the year it is. I admit that after working about 17 hours per day and many nights getting only 3-4 hours of sleep, perhaps my mind is not as sharp as it should be.

I am writing this short message to inform those who are interested that I will be dramatically cutting back the number of blogs I write until after Christmas. I will continue to pull some “best of B2Y” blogs out of the archives as sponsored blogs, but I will be cutting back on my daily blogs for a few weeks until I have more time to think and am sharper mentally and physically.

I truly thank God for those of you who read and appreciate my blogs for your appreciation gives me motivation to keep writing. Thank you for being there and your prayers. Please know that I am praying for you look forward to posting much more regularly in a few weeks. Thank you.

K Reynolds @kreynolds ·

The weeks leading up until Christmas are extremely busy ones for you and your wife. I am praying that God blesses you and Blest during this time and also enables you to do all that you need to do during this extremely busy season.

Blessings2you, Blessings2you!

K :princess:


I find your blogs always to be a blessing. As I find you to be a blessing. And sometimes brashness is the blessing that we need. But don't slack off too much, cause I for one have no ability to take up that slack.

Sandy Brooks @poodlelady ·


Your blogs are always a blessing to me. I enjoy them because they are as I call it "lessons in living for God".

I do fully understand how busy you and Blest are at this time of year and do pray for strength and blessings for you both.

I will be looking forward to January when hopefully you can rest and later return to your blogging.

and Blessing

Alison Stewart @kiwibird ·

I pray that the business end of your life is an extremely profitable because I know the great desire you have to bless others.

Perhaps a holiday at kbird's house is in order??? :wink:


There are times when I write on here it is therapeutic for me; I'm writing to vent such that other living breathing humans hear me that are more 'annonomus'. Other times I write because I feel like God has spoken something really important to me and I feel compelled to write about it. It is these times where I really "hit the mark". God speaks to me constantly, but I only seem to write those "elite" blogs once in a while. If you really like writing blogs a lot, don't be discouraged if they don't all "go viral"; just enjoy your God-given talent of writing! He appreciates all your work, even the ones that seem to be collecting dust. God bless!!

John Knox @watchmanjohn ·

Bessings2you - Greetings In my short time with the blog I have come to appreciate and look forward to your blogs, so do not be too hard on yourself as you may leave a gap in your armour for the enemies darts to slip in and that would not be a good outcome.


Beth M @blest ·

Oh, my Honey. .,if you knew that I did not keep up our business, oh My Honey, not even at Christmas. I'm so sorry, Honey, but your death has crippled me.

Do not include honorifics.

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