An Upcoming Flood

A few of you have noticed that there have not been many new posts in the last week or two. There are several reasons for this, among being too busy to stay on top of it.

One problem that I (Anthony) have had with the republishing of some of our “thoughts” has been with the subject matter being dated. For example, those that were written around the end of December were likely to have themes centered around Christmas. As you can imagine, reading about Christmas coming up while in the middle of summer heat can be a tad confusing, if not distracting.

You see, if I had planned ahead to re-release all of our posts on Proverbs we might have done things a little differently. On the other hand, had we kept the immediacy out of it the freshness of the moment would have been lost. Oh well.

Honestly, when I first came up with the idea for Proverbial Thought it was my intention to keep things going. In other words, once the first time through was done (it took 2 years) we would start over. The idea was that Proverbial Thought would be a “running commentary.”

So, what I am going to do over the next day or two is release the rest of the “Christmas” and “new year” posts in a batch. After that we will get back to one or two a day.

Now, should I receive enough feedback wanting us to start over in the future, that might be an option. Enough time has passed and we have matured. Maybe another time through Proverbs might prove even more valuable.

God bless, and thank you for reading 🙂

Anthony Baker

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About Anthony Baker

Husband, dad, pastor/preacher/teacher, musician, and Time Magazine's Person of The Year in 2006 (no joke!). Loves coffee (big time), good movies, and sarcastic humor. Currently pursuing a Doctorate of Ministry. Most importantly, a servant of the Lord Jesus Christ. All glory belongs to Him! View all posts by Anthony Baker

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