As we near the midpoint of the year, I want to take a look back at the most popular posts of 2018 so far. Starting with number 10 and leading all the way to the most popular post of the last 6 months, this post will reflect back on the posts readers engaged with the most.
In the post Day 8339, I presented a transparent glimpse at the challenges recovering addicts face even after years of sobriety. We make a conscious choice to live clean and sober today, free from the chains of hurts, habits, and hang-ups. The story of our lives could have been interrupted, but by the grace of God we have been delivered and live a life redeemed.
Part of our Psalm Saturdays series, Psalm 90 struck a chord with readers. Believed to be one of the oldest recorded psalms and ascribed to Moses, Psalm 90 examines how the Lord is a trustworthy God.
Just like anything worthwhile, blogging takes time and commitment. While it may seem easy, even glamorous, blogging is hard work that demands intentionality and creativity. Blogs don’t grow without the blogger’s willingness to devote time, talents, and resources to them.
In my post “The Seven Wonders of God,” I recall a sermon given by the late Reverend Billy Graham about the wonders of God.
Writing is hard. Writing after 50 is even harder. The window of success appears closed, but it doesn’t have to be. There is really no reason, other than preconceived notions, that should prevent you from finding success as a writer after the age of 50. You will need to put in time and effort to develop your craft and have the discipline to commit and invest to your writing passion.
This past March marked the 10th anniversary of my Dad’s death from the complications brought on by a massive stroke. I reflect on what was, what is, and what is yet to come.
My Easter post seeks to celebrate the goodness and glory of God and the gift of eternal life He gave us through sacrificing and resurrecting His son.
This post looks at what makes Good Friday a significant holiday that Christians all around the world observer annually.
In this post, our 2nd most popular post of the year so far, I celebrate my Mom and all the great things she has done and continues to do in her life.
Perennially the most popular, most read post on my blog, “More of Him. Less of me,” takes a long hard look at our relationship with God and to God. Are we humble enough to let God be God?
2018 has proven to be a year of tremendous growth at The Devotional Guy. I encourage you to continue sharing this blog with your family and friends. I am genuinely grateful for the wonderful things the Lord has done and continues to do through this blog.