Monday, November 26, 2018
Fighting Confusion and Discouragement
Many writers feel discouraged and confused by rejections and being ignored. Our writing time is also solitary which adds to the confusion. I've been blessed with good writer friends. None of them live close, but we encourage each other in many ways.
There are many other sources of confusion we all face. Climate change, politics, traffic, and everyday life can add to confusion. Finding the right college, job or place to live are other sources of confusion and discouragement. We face it everyday and fight it everyday.
I'm attending a Bible study this fall and want to share four ways we can face (fight) confusion.
1. God is in control.
2. This world is not all there is.
3. God is just, and He'll make things right.
4. God wants to use us to make a difference in the world.
I'd love to hear how you fight confusion and discouragement.
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