Keys to Successful Christian Business Blogging – Key 17: Is My Blogging Still Worth It?

God always wants to guide you to the truth of your purpose and calling.

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I’ve had moments where I ask myself if blogging is worth it. I don’t know about you, but I could be spending this time making sales calls and growing my agency business.

Sometimes, self-doubt creeps in, and I wonder if I’m wasting my time blogging if I should continue, was I wrong, was this all a fantasy to be some global influencer?

We Christian business bloggers will all run into self-doubt at some point. It’s part of our Godprenurual partnership with God. Doubt is where we develop our faith walk.

But what happens when our doubt is so overwhelming that it cripples us to the point where we don’t want to launch our new series, write the next post, or continue on this journey at all.

This kind of thinking isn’t normal; however, thank God we have the Holy Spirit to call us back to the place of faith, hope, and purpose!

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The bible says:

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. For those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brothers and sisters. And those he predestined, he also called; those he called, he also justified; those he justified, he also glorified.

(Romans 8:28‭-‬30 NIV)

God always wants to guide you to the truth of your purpose and calling. Isn’t it amazing that God predestined you to be a Christian blogger and an influencer among Godpreneurs!?

God knew you would have self-doubt, and that’s why you have the Holy Spirit to call on and inspire you to keep on blogging towards the truth.

When the moments of doubt and uncertainty as to why things are happening to you, God wants you to know you’re not alone and He’s there to show you the next step and not just a little vision – the whole vision!

When in doubt, we Christian business bloggers can ask the Holy Spirit to unblock our creative flow and free us to serve our marketplaces again.

We didn’t choose God; God chose us. He called us for his great purpose. He wants to continue to justify and glorify us. Imagine if we all relaxed and let God control our writing.

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