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Why Christians Should Blog

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Where We Are TodayA good starting point of why Christians should blog is plain stats. According to World Bank (Google Public Data), in 2010, 30.48% of the world population were Internet users. Today, in the United States alone, the percentage of Internet users is probably well over 80% of the country's population.
If you read an article from New York Times two years ago, you'd be floored- 
"The average young American now spends practically every waking minute — except for the time in school — using a smart phone, computer, television or other electronic device, according to a new study from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Those ages 8 to 18 spend more than seven and a half hours a day with such devices compared with less than six and a half hours five years ago, when the study was last conducted. And that does not count the hour and a half that youths spend texting, or the half-hour they talk on their cellphones. 
And because so many of them are multitasking — say, surfing the…

Recommended Christian Blogs

Just in case you would like to check out other Christian bloggers, I have a list of recommendations of Christian blogs that I've been following myself. This is, by no means, an all-inclusive list but just something to start with.
Here is the list, in a random order (simply click the Title to go to the Blog): I Pursue: scriptural and cultural observations along the author's Christian pursuitLife and Building: curating the best of life, architecture, and the BibleArk and Architecture: a blog on the Bible and buildingsCome, see a man: everyday experiences of Christ, life, and Christ as lifeHolding to Truth in Love: words of truth to help every believer grow in ChristI've benefited so much, humanly and spiritually, reading some of these blog posts. So I hope you enjoy reading them as well.
Do you have any recommended Christian blogs that I could subscribe to?

Christ is the Reality of God's Law

Psalm 119 If we muse on Psalm 119 we shall realize that from the very beginning, in the Old Testament, God's view in giving man His law is to lead man to Christ Himself. In this chapter, the psalmist describes God's Law as His Word, His testimony, and as salvation, a life-source. Christ is God's Righteous Law! "The law is not consciously kept by us through our outward endeavoring but is spontaneously and unconsciously fulfilled in us by the inward working of the Spirit of life.  The Spirit of life is the Spirit of Christ, and Christ corresponds with the law of God. This Spirit within us spontaneously fulfills all the righteous requirements of the law through us when we walk according to Him...  The law is the living word of God which infuses God's substance into those who lovingly seek Him... Once we have been thoroughly infused with God's substance, He Himself from within us will keep His own law." (Holy Word for Morning Revival: Crystallization-study of…

Holy Word for Morning Revival: God's Law

This Blog Has Saved MeI cannot tell you how many times this blog has saved me. To be honest, writing these blog posts have become my accountability to the Lord and to you all. You may ask, what accountability? 
Well, you see, the need to update this blog has held me accountable to enjoy and experience the Lord in a fresh way. This is the source of freshness in this blog.
Furthermore, having to write my experiences in the Lord has taught me to muse, to consider, on His Word. I mean not just the written Word of God but also the Lord's instant speaking within me. Holy Word for Morning RevivalThis week I've been lacking in my morning time with the Lord. So today I picked up my morning devotion book, it's called, The Holy Word for Morning Revival: Crystallization-Study of the Psalms, to read the portion of The Functions and Blessings of God's Law as His Living Word to His Loving Seekers.
This portion is a musing on Psalm 119, written by His loving seeker, concerning God&#…

New Blogger Updates

Hi all,
I noticed two new updates from Blogger: The addition of heading formatting in the NEW POST feature: Heading, Subheading, Minor Heading, and Normal.The addition of Search Features in SETTINGS.Both are very crucial updates for Blogger users.
For further reading on these two new additions and why they are important, check out this blog on how to blog.