Posted January 2, 2012 under Blog

Blogging again

It's been almost four years since I stopped blogging. The reason is because I have been writing a book that is to be published in the United States in September. Between my day job and the added project blogging was just undoable.

The title of the book is "The LEGO Principle." While I started writing on April 11, 2009 the research work began much earlier. I am a blogger, not a professional writer, that's why it took that long. But all is done. I just submitted the manuscript to the publisher and am now free to blog again.

The verse that comes to mind is Psalm 90:12 - blogging helps me to number my days that I may gain a heart of wisdom. This year I turn 55. That means in a mere 15 years I will be 70. While fifteen years seems like a way away, when you think about it that's a just 15 Christmases to go, it really is not that far away. It'd be good to number your days.

It also updates my intercessor friends on what to pray for. I'm always thankful to God for you guys.

“Show me, LORD, my life’s end and the number of my days; let me know how fleeting my life is." Psalm 39:4


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2 thoughts on “Blogging again”

  1. christopher says:

    Respected Joey,

    You are an awasome preacher. I first hear you in Dubai WE ARE FAMILY convergent in rotana hotel. I love to hear you lecture as it ABSORBS down in my bone and to the heart of my soul. And i want to listen it over and over again, as it inspires me.

    I am a newly born Christian. Can you give me a copy of that sermon and presentation. I am inspired with you to share that presentation with my friends.

    Thank you,

    Bro. Chris

  2. Marga says:

    Hi Pastor! I want to serve God by serving Kids Ministry. Please help 🙂

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