My Daily Godpreneur emails go out daily to thousands of readers. I know this because I see the reports, but if it weren’t for the report, I wouldn’t believe it. Why? Because I don’t get thousands of replies, comments, and likes. Instead, I get an email reply here and there.
I don’t write for the praises of others; however, it is nice to get an email reply once in a while to give me the confidence that at least one person is reading and being impacted by it.
We bloggers can sometimes lose confidence when we don’t see interaction or engagement. This starts to make us think that nobody is listening. When we don’t feel heard and understood, our mind plays tricks, and we begin to think that we’re doing something wrong.
But we Christian Business bloggers that are called to this ministry have the gift of prophecy. We can speak into an entrepreneur’s life in a way that can change their entire future. We don’t know who is up at 2 am reading our blog and having a moment of revelation that can change their entire trajectory.
The bible says
(1) Follow the way of love and eagerly desire gifts of the Spirit, especially prophecy.
(3) But the one who prophesies speaks to people for their strengthening, encouraging and comfort.
(1 Corinthians 14:1, 3 NIV)
You have 66 books in the Bible, and each one is written for you. The writer didn’t know at the time that you would be reading it, and your life would change 2000 years later.
Same with your Christian business blog; no matter how much content is out on the internet, your topic matters, and it will impact someone and some time. You may think your blog is too small, you don’t have enough readers, but for the one person that reads it at the right time, you’ve done your job, and God’s using your blog to change lives.
Because we bloggers desire and have the gift of prophecy, we need to be bold with our writing and the expectation that someone is going to be changed by it. Since we believe that we were called to blog, then we need to act like professional bloggers. This confidence helps us turn our business experiences into prophecies in our writing for other Christian entrepreneurs.
With our new confidence, let’s be bold to launch our new blog, create ebooks, sell courses, and believe that God wants to use us in a might way!
Whatever we do, let’s do it in confidence that God gave us the vision to impact others through our blogging. Let’s hold on to this promise and declare that God’s word pouring through your writing never fails and will get to the right person at the right time.