i started speak love two weeks ago.
and i’m loving it already.
we need this book desperately. somewhere on the internets i hope annie is reading this. we need this book desperately.
i love that annie says this book is a culmination of a full circle: the chance to get it right where before she had gotten it wrong. and i love how jessi said at influence that she didn’t speak on things she was an expert in but she talked about things she was eye-deep in learning. and i love that because i realize my writing not one but two 31 days series on faith and writing an ebook about it is irony defined.
i started blogging about faith in my teens, but the irony of that is how much anger i carried, how much apathy i couldn’t drop, how much despair i held.
an angry heart and a talent for words are a recipe for sound, fatal disaster. and carrying both, how often did i speak death? how often did i rip hope and grace from a soul on my deadly verbal missions?
i don’t know, but i’m grateful for forgiveness and praying for growth.
are you reading speak love? if not, this is your engraved invitation.