A Prayer for Christian Bloggers

This morning during my daily quiet time with the Lord, I was reading a devotion by Frank Martin. [1]  Frank was writing on Daniel 2:19-23 entitled Giving God the Credit.  His main point was that Daniel gave God credit and praise for reveling to him king Nebuchadnezzar’s dream and the interpretation of it.

He stated: “The secret to Daniel’s wisdom and strength was that he never forgot where it came from.  He knew that if it weren’t for God he would have no reason to boast.  And because of it, he boasted only in God’s power, never in his own ability.”

He got a personal at the end and shared: “I have a simple prayer that I pray each morning before I write.

“Father, I have no way of knowing who will read the things I write today, but you do. Guide my thoughts and fingers, and speak to that person through me. Make me an instrument of your will.”

I couldn’t help but think that was a great prayer all of us who are bloggers.

 

[1] Embracing Eternity ~ Living Each Day with a Heart Toward Heaven by Tim LaHaye, Jerry B. Jenkins and Frank M. Martin

Embracing Eternity: Living Each Day with a Heart Toward Heaven.

12 thoughts on “A Prayer for Christian Bloggers

      1. Melissa Presser (formerly Esquire)

        Lol yes the Lord gave that to me, He said “take back your name”, so I did. Professionally, my name was hyphenated so my old clients could find me. But with a new life comes my beautiful married name and the former (Esquire) as an identifier has passed away!

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