Gullible—easily deceived or cheated
Con artists prey on gullible people. Internet scams are run on gullible people. Pranks are played on gullible people.
Most of society makes fun of gullibility. Yet, when we do, we are exalting the practice of deception. Is that really what we want to be known for?
FOR THOSE OF YOU READING THIS BY E-MAIL:
I don’t know who you are, so this is the best way I know of to inform you of the changes being made.
I am letting go of Weebly and WordPress as my platforms. They have become cumbersome and more costly than other methods.
Beginning Monday, January 19, you will only get a snippet of the blog post here on Weebly and WordPress and sent to your e-mail inbox. In order to read the entire article–which is the beginning of a series–you will have to click on the link that takes you to my new blogging platform. I will continue this method indefinitely until each of you have cancelled your e-mail subscription to this platform.
Hopefully, you will switch over to the new platform and continue to receive the articles I post.
I trust this will not be too much of an inconvenience for you.
Thank you for your continued support for my effort to bring what little light I have to the Body of Christ.
I wish I knew who each of you were, so that I could thank you personally, but I have chosen to keep your names private–and that included me. I don’t know who is following until you unsubscribe.
Again, thanks for being there for me.