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I will continue to go to Meridian, MS for a week or so each month until my lease runs out at the end of December, and I will continue to be interested in the Lord’s work there. But I will not be moving my regular place of work to Meridian, as I had hoped to do.
If the Lord allows me to finish all seven of the “daybooks,” there are three additional projects (listed at the bottom of this report) that I would also like to complete. If and when I get those done, I can lay down the pen and say, “It is finished, completely.”
For this month’s report, I just want to give you a copy of a post that I made on Facebook this past Tuesday, on my 73rd birthday. Some of you will have already seen this. I just wanted to make sure that you got a copy of the “birthday” post.
It takes discipline to read something every day, and I can’t tell you how much it means to me at the personal level to have so many readers who read the pages from these daybooks every day for a whole year — and then, amazingly, start over again the next year.
I want to share with you some exciting news: after several years of thinking about it, asking some wise people for their counsel, and praying about it nearly every day, I am going to attempt to move the base of my operations to Meridian, Mississippi.
Last month, I gave you an overview of the “chunks” of time that go into a typical workday for me. This month, I want zoom in a little closer on one of those daily chunks: the writing of a page in one of the books in the WordPoints Daybook Series.