Raindrops

I’ve had a book idea in my head for a while. A book I would write for myself, yet I think others would find encouraging. With the rain falling this morning after such a dry spell, I found the idea coming back to me. It’s just what I need in this crazy journey I’m on.

What is my idea? It came as a vision of raindrops. As a person with depression and anxiety, there are times I can barely motivate myself to get dressed and eat a decent meal. No way I feel like reading my Bible or praying. Yet isn’t that exactly what would help to encourage me and bring me out of my funk? But what if I had a devotional I could read that was short and to the point, like a drop of rain falling on parched land?

Do you think something like that would be helpful to you? Small drops of encouragement to bring life back into your parched soul?

Will you work with me to make it happen? Give me comments as I adventure into this idea?

I’m going to share the journey on this blog. Over the next 14 to 30 posts, I will write a “Raindrop” devotion to include in a book that I will publish as a 14-day or 30-day devotional, which all of you as readers will have the unedited content right here for free! Now that I’ve put it out there, I hope I don’t disappoint.

I’m going to go into a new post to get started. Will you come along?

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4 thoughts on “Raindrops

  1. Mkarl

    Such a great idea. I knew someone who always picked pennies off the ground.
    After years of this,, I questioned him..
    He replied, “”Pennies turn into nickles, nickles to dimes, dimes to quarters, to dollars. Etc.” I see small bits of scripture, devotions etc, the same way. They make a difference

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