Funny thing, I was telling the Mr. today that I really need to take the time to put together some pre-written content so that I can schedule them for publishing and be able to focus on some other things outside of my blog for a bit. However, when I sat down to start writing my mini-blog for today it turned into a not-so-mini blog so I decided I’d put that one on hold for later. Maybe the huge task of getting a bunch of pre-written content done may not be too hard after all. Praise God for that. Now here I am at 10:00 PM PST trying to figure out what I’m going to say and get it done and published by midnight. Not complaining, just saying! Totally trusting in God’s direction for this one (He did that on purpose). Anyway, I think the lesson that sticks out to me the most today applies to my thoughts about my blog audience growing slower than I had hoped. Jumping into it I knew it was going to take time. I hear it usually takes six months to a year before it really starts to gain momentum. It’s only been a few days over two months since I launched and I’ve already begun to grow anxious and impatient with the lack of growth. If you have been following my posts, you would know by now that I struggle with starting things and not finishing them because I tend to give up when it gets hard. However, God is really transforming me through this blog and I am determined to stick to it! So as I was feeling sort of discouraged about my lack of audience I took it to him in prayer and this is what I heard “Don’t worry, I got this!” That’s all it took for me to remember what my purpose is and what his promises are in regards to this blog. He gave me peace in my meantime place and reassured me that it is not my job to worry about who comes, when they come, or whether or not they stay. It is simply my job to listen to what he puts on my heart to write about, be obedient in following through, and remain in faith that he will work out all the rest. If you are in a meantime place, remain in his peace, he is always working things out for the good of his glory! Have a good night. Stay blessed and unhindered!