Writing: The Pressure of the Inevitable

June 26, 2012

A.W. Tozer, in the preface to The Divine Conquest, wrote, “The only book that should ever be written is one that flows up from the heart, forced out by the inward pressure. When such a work has gestated within a man it is almost certain that it will be written. The man who is thus charged with a message will not be turned back by any blase consideration. His book will be to him not only imperative, it will be inevitable.” There has been a growing burden on my heart to resume writing, and I will be presenting some of the “inevitable” on this blog.

I plan on revisiting some of my old blog posts – rewriting some, editing some, and some I will simply repost. I also look forward to writing new posts, presenting some new ideas as well as some old ideas in new ways. As always comments are welcome, but please be respectful. Feel free to engage the question at hand and ask new ones. I look forward to answering them.

Thank you in advance for your readership, and thank you to those who have continued to follow through this silence. It is my hope and prayer that this blog may be a blessing.

Krista Dominguez
Acts 20:24


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