There are so many blog posts and articles out there that start with a number, followed by “reasons” or “things.”
Frankly, it’s getting annoying. Therefore, here are 5 reasons why, and 3 things you can do about it.
My next post will be “[?] Reasons Why Small Churches Are Better.” But since I haven’t finished the list, I can’t give you a number.
On the other hand, the following are 3 reasons why you should read my next post:
- You know you need to. If you don’t read it, the next thing you know you’ll be waking up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat wondering if there was something important you forgot to do. Read my next post and sleep well. You need your sleep.
- It would make me happy. When’s the last time you did anything that you knew for sure made someone happy? What about that last birthday gift you bought? Are you sure he/she liked it? What about the last time you made dinner? Are you sure they liked it, or were they just telling you they did? Believe me, if you read my next post I will not only like it, I’ll LOVE it! Even more so if YOU “like” it.
- You need something to share with others. Face it, times are tough and there’s not a lot of anything to go around, much less share, right? You NEED to share in order to feel complete, at peace, and one with the universe – or something like that. Reading my next post will give you something you won’t feel compelled to hoard in preparation for a future zombie apocalypse; you’ll want to share it – and it’ll make you feel better about yourself. You need to feel better about yourself.
Now, leave at least 2 reasons why you’re anticipating what’s next! (If you do, your greatest prayer will be answered in the next 5 minutes, hair will start to grow on your bald spot, and Jesus will bring a grilled cheese sandwich to you in your sleep)