An online devotional for writers
After the earthquake there was a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire. And after the fire there was the sound of a gentle whisper. (1 Kings 19:12, NLT)
In the Bible, God used all kinds of vehicles to speak to people where they lived, worked, and operated.
God spoke to Moses in a burning bush on the side of a mountain. “Take off your sandals. You’re standing on holy ground,” He said when giving orders to the prince-turned-shepherd to lead the Hebrews out of slavery (Exodus 3).
God spoke to Paul in a bright light on a deserted road. ”Why are you persecuting Me?” He asked the fanatical young Pharisee, who later became one of the world’s most fruitful missionaries (Acts 9).
God spoke to Elijah through a whisper in a cave. “What are you doing here?” He wanted to know. He energized the discouraged prophet and sent him back to work (1 Kings 19).
People can best hear a message in the place where they live and work and operate: Moses gathering sheep on a rocky mountainside, Paul racing to Damascus on a dusty road, Elijah fleeing from a murderous queen.
Today’s readers live in a digital world. An eBook is a book in digital form. It can be formatted for a tablet, Kindle, iPad, cell phone, e-Reader, computer, or other electronic device. You can publish an eBook yourself or you can pay a provider to format and publish your manuscript into an electronic format. It is a versatile, accessible vehicle to communicate your message.
Meet your readers where they are. An eBook makes your message accessible to today’s digital readers.
An eBook meets readers where they are today – on their devices.
You demonstrate creativity in the many different vehicles You use to communicate with people. Let me meet my readers where they are. Give me discernment which vehicle to use for a particular writing project.
In Jesus’s name, Amen.
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