1. Oh, Michelle, thank you so much for this hope-filled reminder to write for Him and the one and leave the results to Him. I’m so grateful you for your courage to speak about childhood sexual abuse even in the midst of the taboos. They’re are many out there who need to hear it and feel they’re less alone. We may never hear from them or of them. But God knows where they are and what they need. Keep on writing for Him and for one! Hugs!

  2. Thanks for sharing this encouraging message, Michelle.
    I’m the wombed one Christ lifted up years ago when the taboo was like a tattoo. You are not stuttering when you repeat the acceptance message the Good Shepherd has given you to speak. Teach on!

  3. Write for Him and the one. Trust Him with the results.
    I needed this today! Thank you for sharing this post. Stopping by from Reflect. I’d love for you to share this post on the link up! 🙂

  4. Michelle, I’m so glad I came here today. It’s one of those seasons for me right now. A week ago I packed a bag and flew “home” to help with an ailing parent. My parents are the “one” right now. Such encouraging words you’ve written. I’m going to soak in them and savor every bit of their warmth. And…I praise God for the words of the “one” who turned you toward Jesus. Now you are that “one”. Beautiful. Powerful. Freeing. Praise God.

  5. This is beautiful, Michelle. Thank you for bravely sharing, believing that there’s always at least one (likely many more) who need to read your words. It’s so freeing, isn’t it? To write for the one and trust God with the results? So glad we’re neighbors today at #TellHisStory …

  6. I am so loving this Michelle.
    Truthfully, our primary purpose is to use our gifts for God’s glory and as writers we need to focus on God not numbers.
    Well written.
    Precious Blessings to you

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