(Photo: Afternoon Tea at the Milestone Hotel in London)
Ladies sometimes send emails expressing their reasons for putting up posts on their weblogs:
"A weblog is more like a classy magazine that has enduring qualities. You can search the older posts and find things as revelant now as the day they were posted."
"I take my role as an older Christian woman seriously. It is a way of sharing my experiences in marriage, home and family with younger women who might look for encouragement."
"My physical location, in the country, is too distant to allow regular Titus 2 and other Bible classes in my home. Ladies cannot always drive such a distance to attend. A weblog provides a study or a lesson that other women can read without leaving their children."
"Posting on my weblog is a way of publishing original material without too much expense. Others can find what they are looking for in the way of Christian mentoring, and they need not pay for a seminar or travel a great distance."
"I remember being a young homemaker and how lonely it was. Now, with the homemaking and Titus 2 weblogs, it is very comforting."
"I receive an enormous amount of inspiration from people's posts, and I want to carry on the ideas on my own weblog, pass them on, and encourage others."
"These days it seems hard to find older women who stay home, or younger women who want to be home and learn from the older women. Weblog posts allow us all to meet and mingle and at the same time read articles that have some value and are worth keeping."
Hope you have a lovely Lord's Day.
The following passage is reassuring to me because it records a scene where Christ rebuked something physical that was troubling the men in the boat. Let us remember that He can also rebuke the spiritual things that trouble us and bring us peace, if we will only take our requests to him.