THE Bible inspires: Freelance writing and the law of EXPECTATION

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Never lose your chance to give by writing, keep the history of our generation documented. This my work may turn out to be the relic of the next generation that I am posting here.

THE LAW OF EXPECTATION
“The Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Wherefore COMFORT one another with these WORDS.
1Thesalonians 4:16-18

Most people that patronize media (music, movies, Novels, articles, Magazines) have a primary desire to be comforted, to be told something new (News) better than what they previously know. COMFORT, a soothing word, sound, play…is attached to a very strong emotions and usually becomes a constant resort in times of need, which eventually would lead to an habit.

Asides from the spiritual significance of the words in the BIBLE, a lot of readers find solace in the promises and expectations which overshadow the worries of the moment. The skill of Biblical authors tapped into the ability to create expectation.

Freelance writing should always aim to create such positive expectation in the reader.

For the writing novice or anyone who thinks they have a spectacular problem with composing a catchy caption, article for their business or school work, Just ploy the tool of EXPECTATION and bring to fore the most essential possibilities that your product or service or school project topic is centered on.

You will find that readers or your project supervisor would find your work very much compelling, because you have not limited your work to the existing data but you have created a desire that COMFORTS the reader.

Dami de furst ¤Writz¤

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