I could not get the hang of it when attempting the New Block Editor; and when prompted a couple weeks ago as it became the WordPress standard I did click the button to load the old Editor. I proceeded to finish a post previously started and everything went okay, except in initiating a new post, which used the New Editor. Following instructions on WordPress to switch back was clear reading only to find out I needed to upgrade to a business site to be able to use the plug-in. It seemed to take something away, that was free that suited my needs, to having to purchase it because of a forced upgrade. Enough said: This work-around seems to establish use of the Older Editor..
I have been seeing that other Bloggers do not like using the new WP Block Editor any more than I do. This is the way I have been getting around it. It is very basic as you will see from the picture but it is very easy to use.
When you are on your “My Site” page look at the tabs down the left side. You will see the WP Admin page. I have highlighted it in this picture for you 🙂 Click the “WP Admin” tab and it will take you to this page
If you look down the left side of this page you will see the “Posts” tab. Click that and it will bring you to this page
You will now see it opens up a page that has all of your posts. Posted, scheduled, drafts, etc. Above these is an “Add New” which you can click…
Search fields are wonderful. For the fun of it I typed in “Covid 19” and “toilet paper” came up as the top search query add-on.
Anyway, to state the obvious, pray — you probably already are — about the pandemic spreading around the world today. I will refrain listing suggestions so you pray in the way God wants you to, not according to my thoughts.
With what I know about the Apostle Paul, He would sum up Christmas in the 1st Chapter of Colossians. Building the argument about what the Faith is truly about; from verse 1 and culminating at 27, verse by verse, idea to idea, one attribute and again that “Christ in you,” is the “Hope of Glory”.
God has constructed a bridge, or as Isaiah spoke, “a highway for our God,” for us, mere humans, to travel an open road between ourselves and God.
With this honor and gift also goes responsibilities and commitment.
Before the Holiday Season is ended, spend some time praying through the beginning of Colossians; let it speak to you.
shape and deepen theological understandings so leaders can act with Wisdom
listens to the voice of God within: the Holy Spirit
trains and encourages growth that will produce fruit
empowers individuals by creating leaders so they can accomplish “works of service”; either within or outside the church
In the modern North American church we ask leaders to make decisions and give us direction — that is our “marching orders” — defining what positions there will be (and how many) within the church, each of their descriptions, hours, and pay (if any). Yet leading, within the context of Jesus’ teaching and Paul’s expressed views, means leaders are servants (Jesus to His disciples in Luke 22: 24-27 ) given the job of building up the Saints (Paul in Ephesians 4: 11-15). Not seeking power or administrating through corporate structure as everyone’s boss.
Think of the Marriage Relationship as God’s example for inter-personal communication skills. Plans are made but not always by one individual all the time. Also, a marriage does not function well without God in a leadership role. A triangular relationship. Marriage is enriched by the influence of a knowledge of God’s ways, an attentiveness to prayer, in short the overview God gives to our position in life: He has created each of us uniquely to reflect and serve each other.
Train people to lead. Let them do their God-given thing.
As our life closes and we see God to His face, we are called to some kind of reckoning for the life we have lived.
Talking on a positive note, as an individual you determine your outcome. Like college. At the end of the semester, the professor tallies the points you accrued and assigns the grade you earned. More effort on your part towards higher test scores equals a higher grade. Nice going! Our society emphasizes higher grades. But, God can see your whole life. Maybe you did not study as much because the house 2 doors down the block caught fire, and you helped the displaced family the weekend before midterm. Society looks at the grade; thank God, for seeing “the larger picture”; as well as our hearts. (I do not imply students shirk good grades — do your best work. Always try your hardest.)
As implied, this delving is enacted for individuals, not groups. Each person is evaluated — not nations, cultures, denominations, religions, genders and such. You are gifted for your credits, not for points earned by a group.
Originally posted on Kingdom Pastor: Well, yesterday we looked the the foundation provide by Jesus that the very first believers embraced. But what good is a foundation unless something is built upon it. Right now I remembering from a previous appointment in a certain community, there was something I saw almost every day. It was…
I thoroughly recommend this post (and others) Pastor Randy has posted.
Well, yesterday we looked the the foundation provide by Jesus that the very first believers embraced. But what good is a foundation unless something is built upon it. Right now I remembering from a previous appointment in a certain community, there was something I saw almost every day. It was a foundation for a house. What I noticed was that it was overgrown with weeds even saplings were growing up. Someone had started to build a house but got only as far as the foundation.
I don’t know the story or the reason why–but this morning I see a spiritual truth in that image. A foundation becomes worthless unless something–something worthwhile–is built upon it. In looking at the book of Acts–Acts Of The Holy Spirit In Surrendered People–those surrendered people took that foundation and began building. What they built is a far cry from most “churches” today.