Don The Armour

September 23, 2023

For you have need of endurance, so that when you have done the will of God you may receive what is promised.

Hebrews 10:36 (ESV)


This post will be different than usual, as it’s just an announcement.

After much prayer and thought, I’ve decided to change the publishing schedule for this blog/channel to weekly rather than daily. Everything will be the same moving forward, but I will only post on Monday mornings at 7:30 now instead of every day.

When this project started, it was only a Telegram channel where I posted quotes from The Christian in Complete Armour. I was overflowing with excitement about the things I was reading and felt I had to share them. It has since developed into more of a commentary where I spend a good deal of time writing about quotes from the book (and other books) and scripture.

I’ve grown to love doing this, and the habit of a daily writing schedule has been really fruitful for me. It’s forced me to be more intentional about my studies because I’m always seeking new material to write about and share.

It’s also been an exercise in perseverance and endurance. This is post #149, so that’s 149 straight days of writing. I’m proud to say I’ve never missed a day since I started. I didn’t truly learn the power of this practice of doing a small thing consistently every day until I began to read the Bible daily, but it has served me well in keeping up with this blog and so many other areas of life.

With all that said, I’ve realized that this rigorous schedule has often resulted in sacrificing quality for quantity. I simply need more time to contemplate and meditate on the ideas I’m sharing and more time for the writing process. I’m hopeful that cutting back to a weekly schedule will provide the time needed for more thoughtful and better-written posts.

I know this has been long-winded, but I wanted to explain my reasoning behind the change. I also wanted to take the opportunity to sincerely thank anyone who reads this. When I first started, I didn’t expect to have any readers at all, so even having a handful of people reading it is very heartening. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.

Your brother in Christ,