Reviewing The Month Of July
And appreciating you!
Once more it is time to review the activities on this blog over the last month.
At the end of each month I like to take some time to say a special thank you to my viewers and followers.
I appreciate every single person and I remember you in my prayers.
In the latter part of June and early July, I added two categories to my blog. These are writing tips and blogging tips.
These are tips I have learned over the past six years that I have been blogging. I am still learning as I continue on this journey.
Whatever I learned I will pass on to my readers so that together we can maneuver the hills and valleys.
I believe that in these crucial times that we are living in, God is calling for more writers and teachers in the kingdom of God.
You do not have to be a qualified writer to work for God because when He gives you the job He also gives you the qualifications.
The Lord will also grant you supernatural favor to execute your calling.
Great things are in store for you when you follow and subscribe to this blog.
A total of twenty-one posts were published during the month of July on this blog, and we received a total of 5,303 views including 3,292 visitors.
As usual, the views were from all over the world with the most views from the USA.
This blog has reached a total of 102 countries. Including among these countries are Azerbaijan and Isle of man.
This country lies in the Caspian sea bordering Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Iran. Most of its inhabitants are Shia Muslims.
The capital of Azerbaijan is the ancient city of Baku. The country was once part of the Soviet Union but gained independence on August 30, 1991.
It is one of the world-leading producers of petroleum.
Azerbaijan is a popular tourist destination where you can explore the old city of Baku and other historical villages across the country.
Read more about Azerbaijan here.
Isle of man
The Isle of Man, also known as Mann, is a self-governing British crown dependency that is located in the Irish sea between Great Britain and Ireland.
It is a Celtic and Norse region about 30 miles wide and has an area of 221 square miles.
Did you know that the tabby cat without a tail is believed to originate on the Isle of Man? Read more about this intriguing island here.
The top posts for the month of July are Six Benefits of Being A Christian Blogger, receiving fifty-three likes and nineteen comment.