For Whom

for whom

Grammar.  Sometimes I really like it–the rules, the order.  Sometimes it seems like all just a bunch of mumbo jumbo that gets in the way of the meaning of a sentence.  Even though it is necessary to make that sentence make sense.  Did you catch all that?  For example–who and whom.  Phoebe has been studying that in homeschooling recently.  Still not sure I get it.  I know, I know…subject vs. object.  Blah Blah Blah.  Who cares if I did who and whom correctly if the sentence is boring and not worth reading anyway???

Kind of like this little statement.  It is not about what I am doing on this blog or with my art or teaching in classes–IF I AM NOT DOING IT FOR GOD.  There it is.  If my heart is not in the right spot it is all for naught.  There is really no point to the art, the encouraging posts, or the fun classes and spreading of the art love if Jesus isn’t in every part of it.

But the good news is I am pretty darn sure that my heart is in the right spot.  At least that is my intention.  Just like I intend to have good grammar and use it to craft pretty sentences.  I hope that I don’t get too preachy.  I hope that my grammar is not horrid and scares you.  And I hope that my sentences are  not boring and worthless.  But I hope that because I am doing this for God and His glory that all of this encourages you and makes you think about God at least a little bit more.

And I PRAY that you are encouraged to do everything for WHOM as well.  🙂

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