Hello world!

Welcome to The Rising Muse.
We are a community of writers  in the pursue of inspiring our readers. As  we continue our  writing projects, those around us want to know more, what are we doing?, what is it about?  We wanted to have a place where we could share some of  our writing and our writing happenings for our readers and friends. Life is a journey, and we want to include all of you  in our writing  journey. Feedback is always welcome, let’s learn together how to be better by being inspired.

We also want this blog to be a place for inspiration, that place you go when you’re having a sucky day and need something to lift you up. We will try to create frequent postings for you to read and get your day going. (Read again, I said… we will try…LOL). We do have one condition for you our reader. If this blog or any of my writing touches your life in any way, you have to tell somebody else to come on board and join our rising muse community.

In the next few days we will be catching you up with our previous work, so that you can get to know us and see where our journey stands. From here, let’s  hop on the train and start the rising muse journey!!

Welcome aboard!

For today’s uplifting message:

I’ve been trying to read Psalm 69 all weekend. I just got to read the first three verses when  I got interrupted. For those familiar with the story of Job, who lost everything. He had many moments of crying out to God asking why things were happening to him. Psalm 69, to me, was one of David’s moment’s of frustration where everything that could go wrong did and you feel like you can’t hold on anymore. For the past couple of days I’ve had the image on an olive in my mind. To get pure virgin oil, the olive needs to be pressed and pressed. If you feel like Job or David…(or me), think of the olive and the greatness of that pure olive oil that God is trying to get from you.

Have a great day!


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