Site Fixed, No More Blank Pages

Ah, good news! I didn’t realize it, but many of my posts had showing up with titles but blank pages. Now the problem has been fixed.

My apologies to any readers who haven’t been able to read the recent articles I posted. It wasn’t done on purpose, but now it shouldn’t be a problem anymore. I got some help from the WordPress experts (Thanks again, Maureen!) and now my site looks better, works better and, I think, even smells better. Even food tastes better now that this problem has been solved.

The moral of this little story is that if you have a problem with your site, ask for help. Like the Bible says, “Ask and you shall receive,” and “You have not because you ask not.” If you don’t know how something works, then ask someone who does.

I could go on to applications about how we could all get along better if we’d stop trying to fix everything ourselves and would ask for assistance from those who know what they are doing. Most all of us have some area of expertise in our lives, but if no one knows about it and no one asks us for help, then we can’t give it. It ends up being an exercise in frustration, both for the potential giver and the potential receiver.

Of course, those who know me know where this is going: Why don’t we ask God for help when we need it? Why do we think we have all the answers? Why are we so dead set on figuring everything out ourselves? If only we’d cry out for help, we could save ourselves a ton of heartache and frustration, like I saved myself today. I finally admitted I needed help and I got it.

So there it is. Everything is back to normal – better than it was before, actually.

Thanks for stopping by.




Author: wingandprayer

I am a writer of Biblically-based and other sorts of humor because I want to see the spirit of heaviness lifted off of people and replaced with the garment of praise as it says in Isaiah 61:3. Throughout the years, God has inspired me with a number of ideas for fun stories based on the Bible and on Biblical characters. You can find one of my articles, "A Queen's Eye View of Insecurity," in the Faithwriters' book "Mixed Blessings, Classically Inspired," published by Breath of Fresh Air Press. Several other articles of mine, winning entries in Faithwriters contests, have been accepted for publication. Now my first super hero book is on its last leg of revisions. I look forward to sharing it with my fellow fantasy enthusiasts once it is published. I also write healing tracts for missions and evangelism and have illustrated several books, including "How do You Hide a Dinosaur?", "The Nail," "The Tree," and "The Vine," by Peg Stormy Bradley.

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