Be honest. Are you called to write prophetically, but find it difficult to schedule the time to write? Have you desired to write a book, but just can't seem to consistently squeeze out any time, not even 10 minutes to start? Notice, the word consistently? Perhaps you find the time to write, but your notes are everywhere. Disorganization makes it even more challenging to finish anything. Well, you may not like what am about to say, but truth hurts until you make the adjustments needed to find relief.
Writing is not easy. And a lazy writing prophet will miss recording the words of the great Commander by not writing it down immediately. Writing, especially prophetic writing, is a discipline that can be developed and strengthened through consistency and ongoing application. Prophetic writing demands a schedule. I cannot tell you the number of times life has pushed me off the path of stewarding God's voice. I would not be truthful, if I told you writing was easy and writing prophetically requires a special discipline. Spending time with God on a daily basis is must, it is not an option. Reading the word of God equips the writing prophet with revelations from Holy Spirit. Take time today to develop a writing schedule. Don't think about it, grab your pen and paper and listen to the advice of Nike and, "Just Do It!"
Deborah Taylor is an innovative creative visionary, writer, author, and calligrapher. She enjoys traveling, reading, crocheting, and spending time with her husband, Randy, and their rambunctious dog, Reuben. They live in Shelby County, TN.
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