Again, I offer many thanks to the readers of “Glory to God for all Things.” We continue to average nearly 1,000 views per day, and the quality of comment is an inspiration to me.
Part of the software available to those who manage blogs gives them much information about what is going on “behind the scenes.” This blog is hosted by WordPress which is home to over 600,000 blogsites. Rarely does a day go by that you readers fail to place one of my articles in the top 100 articles of the day. This is deeply gratifying and says to me that I should continue to do what I do, and work hard to offer the sort of articles that have appeared on this site.
I am striving to create a place that feels welcoming and informative, not argumentative or too esoteric, but firmly grounded in the Orthodox faith. I would like a reader from any perspective to gain something from visiting this site. I have been privileged to have had articles here translated into Romanian, a very deeply gratifying event for me.
The treasurey of the Orthodox faith is not the discovery of modern Americans, but the legacy of centuries of martyrs who have died that we might have this faithful fullness of the gospel of Christ. I am but one of the grateful recipients of that legacy and can only give to you what was given to me.
Thank you again for reading. I ask your prayers for a priest and a writer who is subject to every possible limitation and grateful beyond desciption for the friends he has in this world and in the world to come.