Once again, as the old year passes and the new year beckons, it has been my custom to look back at my most popular posts of the year. Some years a theme emerges, and this year the idea of perseverance seems to be the theme. In the light of God’s unending faithfulness and lovingkindness let us all live in hope in 2018.
Here are the top ten post for 2017 in order of popularity:
Once again, as in previous years, certain posts have had real staying power over the years. Many of these are sermons that desperate preachers found on search engines. For example, my sermon for the Third Sunday of Advent remains the number one entry if you Google “Sermon for the Third Sunday of Advent.” Consequently, I saw extraordinary spikes in traffic the week before.
So here are my 10 all-time most popular posts since I started “When I Survey . . .” way back in 2009:
I picked up 73 new followers this year which puts me at 173. I thank you all for your interest and support. Come back and visit now and again in 2018.
(The picture is of the marsh behind my house, which changes with the seasons as my header picture. You can see from where “I survey!”)