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WHEN YOU HAVE THE TOOLS

October 6, 2018

I started blogging on January 2, 2012, and I have been reasonably consistent with this endeavor. From that date to the present I have completed 271 blogs covering various topics and series. Up to April 2018, my blogs were done without outside editorial help; however, in April 2018 I had the Grammarly program put on my computer, and since then I have been utilizing it with my blogs.
For those of you that don’t know about Grammarly, it is an English-language writing-enhancement platform software which was first released in late 2009. Grammarly’s proofreading and plagiarism-detection resources check against more than 250 grammar rules. After installing and opening it on your device Grammarly will automatically detect potential grammar error, word choice, punctuation, spelling and style mistakes in writing, and it will suggest context-specific corrections for grammar, punctuation, wordiness, style, spelling, and plagiarism.
Knowing I wrote over 250 of my blogs without the Grammarly, the possibility of future publication of some of my blog series into books, and my dislike of reading other people’s works that are grammatically incorrect caused me to embark on the task of editing all of these unedited blogs with the Grammarly. I must honestly say as I am doing this task I laughed to myself and thought people that read my blogs must have said, “God, help her.” Well, God sent the help, and I am doing the work. I have set aside all projects except this one to get it completed, and as I am doing it, I feel exhilarated in knowing people will now read my past and present edited blogs.
I am blogging about this task to say, “As it is on the natural, so it is in the spiritual,” and as the saying goes, “When you know better, you do better.” For some of us, we have to go back and correct errors of the past, for others we have to find the tools that will help us do better and for others rejecting laziness, and substandard performance will be necessary. I encourage you to do like I am doing, take the time to make improvements and utilize the spiritual tools and acknowledge available to enhance and make your Christian walk successful.
Additionally, since I am focusing and working on this task, after this blog, I will not post a blog again for several weeks. I do have a couple of series I plan to blog when I return, so, I solicit your prayers for this present task and future blogs. The work is timely but worthwhile.

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3 Comments
  1. Veronica Washington permalink

    I love Grammarly software because oftentimes we think faster than we write, make spelling and grammatical errors, and send confusing text. Many times I will delete postings on social media with spelling and grammatical errors to avoid embarrassment for the writer.

    Thank you caring about the quality of your blog content. Excellence in all things!

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Anonymous permalink

    you are absolutely correct. I love your blogs filled with hindsight. love you and keep on doing what you are doing because you make impacts in our spiritual as well as physical lives.

  3. Doretha Moody permalink

    I love your blogs and will take your advice. I need to go back and fix some errors I have made. Thanks for knowledge love you much.

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