I finally did it! I was able to start writing in my new book Meditations on the Lord’s Supper! I also edited my devotional book. I’m making progress in my writing without letting all my other tasks take precedent. How did that happen?
I had a shift in my thinking about all my projects. I am ahead in my blog post writing and my preparation for my life group on Sundays. That’s how I did it. I convinced myself that I could take some time to enjoy my guilty pleasure of writing new things. I put that ahead of the projects I was already ahead in.
It worked. Once I edit through this chapter I wrote in my meditations book, I will share it with you next week. Things are coming together and I don’t feel rushed in any of these projects. That’s a small miracle in itself. I need to keep it up. I think you will find the meditations book most interesting and helpful.
I haven’t described what this Meditations on the Lord’s Supper is all about. It is a book for pastors and Christians alike. Pastors will gain the benefit of having some thoughts to present to their confrontations during the time of communion. So many times we rush through communion like it’s a task in our services. It should never be that way.
This book will give you something to think about and meditate on during communion. The chapter I just wrote this week focuses on the background of the Lord’s Supper in the feast of Passover. Passover is the background of the institution of the Lord’s Supper. The cedar meal during Passover that Jesus shared with His disciples has some interesting and powerful revelations for us as Christians. I will share more next week, including an excerpt of this chapter. I just get so excited about doing the things and writing in my books. I hope this wets your appetite for the extra next week. Until then, it’s back to writing and all my projects.