To tell you the truth, I don’t really know where this is going to end up. It might end up being something, then again it might just end up – you know — whatever.

The problem is I have been having issues with finding something to write about. I have written about it in my weekly newspaper column. Someone, a good friend, suggested that I should sit down and start writing. Then see what becomes of it. I did this and managed to write  two columns, but the well is still dry.

One thing that I mentioned in one of my columns was that maybe what I needed was a “writer’s block”, a building block sized block that would have different words on each side that would encourage me to write. The side that I turned over that day would be my encouragement. But since I have no technical skills, this “block” will be a long time in coming. My wife says that a hammer in my hands is a deadly weapon — deadly to me. You see, I keep hitting the wrong nail!

While at this moment, I am not confident about what I am going to write about; there is one thing in which I am fully confident — my relationship with my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I know this beyond the shadow of a doubt to be true; because I have surrendered my life to Him, I am forever secure in Him. John 10:29 tells us that nothing, absolutely nothing, can snatch us out of the Father’s hand. For this reason, my full confidence is in the saving power of Jesus Christ. So while I still may be having issues with what to write about, I can say “Now I belong to Jesus and Jesus belongs to me.”


About faithfullyhis

My name is Charles Quail and I am a retired Baptist pastor who lives in Dunnville,a small town southeast of Hamilton, Ontario. I also write a weekly column for our local newspaper, The Sachem. It is a column that I have been writing for about eight years. I am married and have two grown daughters. My best buddy was my dog Max, who is now chasing bunny rabbits in sky. I miss him terribly. My reason for wanting to write a blog is friends have told me that this is the next logical step in my writing career. My hope and prayer is that many will be both challenged and blessed by what I write.
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