Write more stories—add more imagery. Don’t rely on mere explanations.
Show, don’t tell.
Recently, you’ve been focused on learning the technicalities of writing, such as grammar and punctuation. Those are useful to understand, but generally are less important than the story itself. If you haven’t told a story by the end of your writing, then what have you done? You’ve thrown information at a brick wall, most of which won’t stick. That’s ineffective and will fail to impact anyone’s life in a meaningful way.
Take a tip from the greatest evangelist to ever live and emulate His uncanny ability to explain and expose through storytelling. Analyze tales and proverbs to figure out how they manage to be so memorable yet so straightforward.