Lord, you are my God; I will exalt you and praise your name, for in perfect faithfulness you have done wonderful things, things planned long ago.
I'm inching closer to finishing and adding the last touches on the first novel in the new Adventures in The Glade series, one which will continue the story of Davy and the Old Ones, along with his family and friends from the original Glade Series. This is no sauntering nor casual stroll through the park for me. With all senses in full gear, I tackle these words I've written with fresh awareness and judicious criticism. There is no room for the mediocre when God's message requires revelation and inspiration. I am trusting in Him to both guide and provide.
Throughout this process, I've become so acutely aware of God's perfect faithfulness. Not once has He let me down. Oh, to be sure, there are passages with which I've struggled to reconstruct, or to find the exact words which communicate the message I intend, but it isn't long before I hear His voice, measured and clear, pushing my fingers to the keys and producing the writing He has envisioned all along.
Planned long ago . . .
Do I understand?
Do I accept?
How could I do otherwise?
God has graced me with the talent and passion for writing, to create stories which honor and glorify Him. I give thanks every single day for this gift, and pray to use it wisely and well. That being said, I'm back in the blogging business, my friends. You can now anticipate regular posts every Tuesday and Friday here at Meditations of My Heart. And, I'm returning to it fresh, recharged and ready to go. To reflect here upon God's Word and, I hope, offer you some meaningful inspiration for your day.
Blessings to all of you!
Are you pursuing your passion in life? How does God assure you He is in it all?
Prayer: Father, may we exalt You and praise Your name each and every day. Let us trust in Your perfect faithfulness, knowing the wonderful things you have prepared for our lives were planned long ago. May all that we think, do or say be to Your honor and glory. Amen.