On Giving-up Writing & Posting Info on Blogs & Social Media

“God Can Use Your Posts Positively Even If Noone Likes Or Comments”

I have struggled with thinking the same lies Brandon used to as he explains in his excellent post here.

I have struggled re the value of my posts on my 20 odd Social Media sites, plus the millions of words I have written on a variety of topics.

The majority of these words have been as a teacher of HR subjects, plus my analyses of God’s Scriptures to His Son’s Followers. Much of this is publicly accessible by topic
search on Google and FREE for copying from my Google Docs and WordPress Blog posts.

Like Brandon, I choose to keep believing that as long as I feel prayerfully led to write whatever I do, I can prayerfully also leave it to God to bring people to what He wants them to read …regardless of likes or comments I might get to the actual post or article.

Blessings & Shalom!

GaryFPatton@PattonAssociates.ca

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Hi! You've connected to 'The People Development Guy' in Toronto. I am a people's coach and human resource management consultant & workshop leader. To assist you with a quick overview, I specialize in business & life coaching plus training in organizations that measurably improves the performance of people! I help people flourish and organizations prosper by relating and serving better cross-culturally & cross-generationally! It's my heart, as a Follower of Jesus, to be a conversation partner with you and a servant to you in any relationship we develop. Please see my 'page' "On Truth" for a quick outline of the purpose of my Blog.

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