What Do You Think?

This isn’t so much a new post as it is a remark about all of my posts; that is, I would love to receive more (read: some) comments and feedback on my blog. If you read a post and have something to say in response, please do so. And if you have suggestions about what might generate more comments and even more readers, feel free to let me know.

Otherwise, to everyone who drops by Grace Notes and especially those who have signed up to follow this blog: I hope you enjoy it, thanks for your support, and keep reading!

2 thoughts on “What Do You Think?

  1. Michelle Murphy

    I find your topics to be very relevant and enjoy reading your viewpoint on your personal everyday events and how your life and all of our lives intersect with our faith. It’s tough being a Christian in today’s society. There are so many things that are “broken”. I don’t get to read all of your posts but I catch as many as I can. I love to write as well and started a blog some time ago, but I am having trouble keeping it up. It’s a great outlet and there always seems to be someone who identifies with how you are feeling, even though you might have thought “is it just me??” Thanks for taking the time to give your readers thought provoking material.

    1. Thanks, Michelle. I appreciate your feedback. I’m glad that what I write has been relevant and helpful to you. That’s what any writer wants.

      Being a Christian is always a challenge. We can be grateful that our relationship with God isn’t based on our effort but on his grace. Yes, we are called to make every effort, but our efforts never save us; only God does that.

      If you like writing and have thought of starting a blog, you could simply decide in advance how often you plan on posting and let your readers know. If it’s once a week, once a month, at least they will know. But do it because you love to write.

      Thanks for taking the time to respond. Glad you have enjoyed Grace Notes!

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