I have been so negligent in publishing my Bible Journaling Pages that I decided to publish two full months into one post. I assure you, I have been reading my Bible daily; I need it now more than ever during these tumultuous times; but my struggle came in finding time to blog about my pages. August and September were super busy months for me. It was harvest season and I spent most of my days picking crops in the morning and canning/freezing in the afternoon. That continued well into September too. God surely gave us a bountiful harvest this year. I have more vegetables sitting on my canning shelves and packed in my freezer than I think we can even eat in a year. I also took a vacation to Indiana to see my children's new home. We spent the week with them checking out all of Carmel's hot spots plus we spent two days in Kentucky visiting the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter. Those travel posts will be shared with you this winter when I have more time on my hands to blog.
I love this pre-printed image and the verse. We need to remind ourselves of this right now, don't we?
The entire image was colored with gel pens.
On the opposite page, when I read the verse "Because he bends down to listen I will pray as long as I have Breath!" I was just blown away. Have you ever read a verse in the Bible and were just blown away by the significance of it? It's an incredible feeling. I could just picture God bending down to listen to me. What a loving and caring God to listen to his children.
I made this page by just using stickers to emphasize the scripture. I wanted to remember it and never forget it. I wanted to see it right away when I scrolled through my Bible. To make the scripture really stand out, I just added one simple praying hands stamped image.
A pre-printed page colored with gel pens.
What a beautiful verse. Our prayerful tears will become shouts of joy. Have you ever prayed so hard and diligently over someone you sobbed? I have. And I have seen the harvest of those tears as well. God is good!
And finally, for my last page I used gel pens on the words and pencils for the heart.
I hope you enjoyed looking at my Bible Journaling pages today and most of all that they have inspired you.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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