Our Proverbial Future

The Other Blog

Many of you may know that I have another blog, and some of you may take advantage of it on a daily basis.

The other blog is ProverbialThought.com, and it has been a daily/semi-daily part of our lives for several years, bringing to us the wisdom of Proverbs – with a twist.

But here’s the thing… we are coming to an end to another rotation, and I’m wondering what to do next.

The Future of “Proverbial Thought”

If you haven’t yet gone to my other blog – one that has been co-written by some wonderful people – go there now and see what you think.

Where should we go from here?

Start over – again? With a fresh group of contributors?

What about listing all of the past posts in pages, just like I started doing with the first two chapters?

I would love to know what you guys – you other bloggers and readers, you Bible students – think.


Filed under Bible Study, blogging, ministry

10 responses to “Our Proverbial Future

  1. Well there you go. I didn’t realize you had another. I’m wandering around over there to give your question some consideration. Interesting question though.

  2. Oh, it’s a very wonderful blog! I didn’t know about it. Wow. I’m sure you could just keep recycling as people often forget posts… it’d be like re-reading a favorite devotional. A good devotional always has a long shelf-life because we return to it again and again. 🙂

  3. Reblogged this on a simple man of God and commented:

    For those who did not know or forgot, I am a contributor to Proverbial Thought.

    Let us know your thoughts to Anthony’s questions!


  4. LOL! I didn’t know you had another site, so I’m not of much use. 🙂

  5. Anthony, I’m re-reading the devotional book, “Jesus Calling” and each day’s message is still inspiring me. If you re-post, I think people will continue to read the posts and be blessed by them. Then again, if you prayerfully decide to share God’s truth by adding more contributors, or focusing on different books of the Bible, there will be blessings in that, too. In other words, you can’t lose when God is “on your side” and I’m thinking He’s definitely on our side when we’re trying our best to serve Him!!!

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