Looking back make me smile. It also makes me realize how much of a Christian experience I have had! Reviewing my writings causes me to love Jesus more. :) I didn’t want to stop typing up more of my autobiography called “He Leadeth Me.” But I should stop and consider the fact that I need decent sleep for the next day. *Blushes*
My first autobiography that I had typed out on Microsoft Word is called “Be Thou My Vision.” It includes Bible studies (based on soul winning and women’s role in soul-winning ministry), poems, and personal testimonies (including my days at Hartland College). It was designed to strengthen the Christian walk. The next one is called “This is my Story!” and it includes my days at M.E.E.T. Ministry: from the time I had developed tendonitis to the time when my entire bill at M.E.E.T. Ministry was paid in full. The one I am typing up now is in a notebook I have saved since 2003.
I have given several copies of “Be Thou My Vision” away. I only ask for a donation of about $15.00 to pay for printing out the book (and binding) at a copy place (so I can pay for labor and to create two books for the price of one). This was when I was still creating newsletters with Women to Women Ministries so some of the profits went towards paying to make copies of this newsletter as well. I have never made any copies of “This is my Story!” just yet. And since I am still typing up “He Leadeth Me,” it will be a while for me to have that one ready for others to read.
The thought did occur to me to just make it available through the Internet. However, there is something about having a physical book that will be more of a commitment in honestly reading it. Plus, I can sign a personal note in the physical book (in which I don’t recall if I ever signed any of them just yet).
I had one of my autobiography books that I was in the progress of typing up on my belovedgeliebt Xanga blog; called “Day by Day.” But I got to a part of my story where I had “lost” this person (he told me to stop contacting me) that I never went back to finishing this portion of my life story. Unfortunately, policies at Xanga changed so I no longer have access to this blog unless I pay for it. So, I archived the blog instead and saved a copy of the blog on my computer. :P
Hmm… I should cut and paste those files and bind “Day by Day” in a book! But it’s not complete and so much time has past that I have forgotten a lot of the story. And because the lost was so traumatic, my memory forced myself to forget a lot of what was tied to that person.
I honestly should grab another notebook and write what is happening in my life NOW so I can, one day, write it all out and have another autobiography to type out once things in my life slows down (ex: done with school). Or I should look back and write my testimony of how I went so “left-field” in dabbling into Satanic stuff before I decided to choose God and let all that wicked stuff go. Only a few know about that and it’s such a powerful testimony. I should share it.
So, to sum it up, I have two autobiographies that are complete and ready for anyone to have if they are willing to donate money towards it. Unfortunately, I can only give it to you by hand and not through mail unless you are willing to pay for shipping. I love to share my autobiographies because I believe testimonies are what encourages us to hold on to the hand of God. Strengthening one another is very important in these last days. May we continue to encourage one another. This is my prayer.