12 Tips for Better Blog Devotions

Want to write better blog devotions? Gail Purath, author of One-Minute Bible Love Notes, offers 12 easy tips for writing better blog devotions. (via LexingtonWordWeavers.com)

Want to improve your blog devotions?

We do, so we asked Gail Purath.

A military wife for 22 years, a missionary to Budapest for 5 years, Gail is a wife, mother, grandmother and author of 1-Minute Bible Love Notes

Bible Love Notes has 18,000 subscribers, 140,000 monthly page views, 230,000 followers on Facebook, 30,000 on Pinterest, 5000 on Twitter, and 1800 on Instagram.

Here’s what Gail has to say about writing better blog devotions:


12 Tips for Better Blog Devotions:

The internet is not the library. People don’t come in, check the card catalog, pull a book off the shelf and take it home for a long read. Unfortunately, many blog writers are still writing as if that were the case.

1. Pray

Writing is important ministry.


2. Edit

Rewriting is often more important than writing!

  • Make sure your content is well arranged and understandable.
  • Make sure your grammar and punctuation are correct.
  • Stay on point–cut unnecessary words/explanations and don’t take side trips from your message.
“I’m not a very good writer, but I’m an excellent rewriter.” 
~ James A. Michener
 
“I rewrote the ending of ‘Farewell to Arms’ 39 times before I was satisfied.”

~ Ernest Hemingway


3. Don’t get preachy or angry.

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