Some Feedback Please

Blogging is a strange world.   Especially now when I’ve posted some 400 entries, been read in 80 plus countries, and am overwhelmed by over 100 followers)   Over this weekend, I’ve met a few people who said they’ve read my blog – and liked it.  (Hmmm … that could be a song)  They could even remember some of the things they liked reading!  Which for me is really encouraging.

But I don’t mind constructive criticism, or even desconstructive criticism – there is usually a seed of truth there that I can learn from.   I also don’t mind the – wow, I never thought about it that way…

So – please leave me some comments about what you like or don’t like about my blog – where you think I can improve, even what you hate about it….

What I really want is some ideas of how I can improve my writing for you – so the best way… ask.

(If you want to write privately – you can send it to my email address –

At any rate – thanks!

About justifiedandsinner

I am a pastor of a Concordia Lutheran Church in Cerritos, California, where we rejoice in God's saving us from our sin, and the unrighteousness of the world. It is all about His work, the gift of salvation given to all who trust in Jesus Christ, and what He has done that is revealed in Scripture. God deserves all the glory, honor and praise, for He has rescued and redeemed His people.

Posted on July 1, 2013, in Devotions. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. A proofreader and spellchecker would be a good thing to consider.

    Sometimes I wonder if you want to be a Roman Catholic because you post so much from Roman Catholic writers.

    I do like your devotional, kind style. Many blogs are biting. Also like the daily blogging. I know that is hard to do.

    • Thanks, I need to pay more attention certainly. Maybe I’ll write in word, and it will help? It certainly is a necessity as I start working on my dmin.

      Believe it or not, you are the first to ask the catholic question. There are a still a few major things that I find the RCC inconsistent with scripture on, that would prevent such a move. (Purgatory and the complete satisfaction for all sin of Christ’s death are the two obig ones) Having said that – the one writer I quote a lot (Escriva) doesn’t always play well with Catholics…but it does resound with me. And I am really enjoying Weigel’s book Evangelical Catholic – he’s describing in many ways – a 100+ year reformation that Luther would have easily accepted. I’ve thought about using Lutheran authors, especially Melancthon, and that may happen as I role his Ministry, Word and Sacrament into my devotions this fall.

      As well, I imagine – as I get into the doctoral program – and wrap some of that into my devotional life, my blog will transform a little, with quotes from what my prof’s and fellow students write – that strikes me, and which I want to integrate or use to sharpen my faith.

      Thanks for the response!

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