It's been a while since I've blogged. I'm not a daily blogger. I guess being watched and listened-to for (now) eighteen years, I've learned to be quiet. I'm not saying that's the best thing to do; it has just developed over the years. Sergeant Scott Sepanek from www.SpiritualJews.com, on you-tube, suggested that I blog my thoughts on a daily basis for others to read. I can honestly admit that I've tried to do that. I guess I've been conditioned to not reveal my thoughts or moves, due to being set up by the enemy. So, I forgive myself and move along the best I can, and I blog whenever I have something not too revealing to say.
I've been wanting to make videos; that's no secret. And I know some of you have been regularly checking my Vlog section, only to leave disappointed. Slowly but surely I am moving ahead, but more slowly than I'd like. It seems I have everything I need to proceed, but the chutzpah. Sometimes, I'm not sure if it's The Lord keeping me out of the spotlight or if it's the enemy. Either way, Vlogging is just sitting dormant right now. However, I am a big YouTuber. I regularly watch videos and comment on most of them. I see the energy these people put into their work, day after day; bringing us comfort, entertainment, and sometimes, even camaraderie with live shows. (God bless all of you who comment "live" and are nice to one another; you are part of a huge healing movement.)
I will move out of my comfort zone and go out on a limb here to share a secret: The Lord has put something special on my heart--to send one copy of my book, as a tithe, to someone special each month. So, that's what I've been quietly doing for a few months now. So, you might find that someone will occasionally mention it on their video, though it's not a prerequisite to receiving a copy from me. It's just a way for me to participate in this spiritual warfare; surviving while being gang stalked and to give something back to those who give so much by making videos for us to view or listen to. Out of the copies that I've already sent out over the past four months, I've only received one bad review where a daily devotional just didn't flip this guy's switch. So considering the odds, that's not too bad. LOL I think it's important that we all do something to help someone else to either feel appreciated or loved or whatnot, even if it means just leaving a kind comment. Some of us do our part in the spotlight while others do it quietly behind the scenes. We are all part of a whole where even small contributions matter. ###