You will always reap what you sow. Galatians 6:7 NLT
I’ve always tried to teach my children not to break the law, for there would be a natural consequence of their actions if they did.
In the same way, there is a natural consequence of the actions you do as an aspiring writer. If you commit to a set writing time every day, you can expect a natural result. If you work on a manuscript until completion and submit it for publication, you can expect a natural result. If you choose not to write at all, you can expect a natural result.
Good or bad, you can expect a natural result of the actions you do on your journey to write for publication, for it’s simply the law!
Sharing the journey,
Responding to God’s call to write: What are some of the results you have received from the actions you have taken as an aspiring writer on the road to publication, good or bad? Post your comments on my blog!
Writer’s prayer: Father, may my actions as an aspiring Christian writer always produce good results. Amen.
Yes, I have learned you have to set goals when writing.
Set a daily time to write and do it. Jeaninne I appreciate your leadership.