Christian writers often adopt a theme for their ministry. Being a collector of tea pots, and believing my writing serves as a testimony, I began Tea Pot Testimony in 2009. As a part of daily quiet times, I read old sacred hymns. In “Lord, Speak to Me That I May Speak,” I noticed a phrase and adapted it as my signature. The hymn writer penned, “wing my words.” My goal is to wing His words.
As a carrier pigeon sent aloft by its master, wings its way to the recipient, I wing words of the Master. His word is inspired, eternal, and true. Within the Bible, we find God’s plan of salvation, our purpose for living, and His promises to claim. It is a privilege to wing His words. “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, handling accurately the word of truth (2 Timothy 2:15 NAS). I wing His words, His good news!
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