Tuesday, January 26, 2021

End of Year Bible Journaling Pages

Once a month I like to share my Bible Journaling Pages and what God has been teaching me.  In the month of December I continued to work myself through the book of Isaiah.  Because of the holiday, I didn't have a whole lot of time to create my own pages so I basically just read the Bible and colored in the pre-printed images already in the "Inspire Bible" (available on Amazon). 
Unless otherwise stated, all the images are colored in with either gel pens or colored pencils.  I tend to color larger areas with pencils then get the more intricate spots with pens.  I high light my Bible with gel highlighters, and I usually use gelatos for my backgrounds.

The first page I have to share isn't a Bible verse, but an attribute of God with an intricate background design.  These aren't my favorite images to color.  I prefer to color simpler images with a Bible Verse so I can work on memorizing it while I color it.  However, images like this allows me to really think about the character of God.  As I colored I thought about Holy God is.

I really like this image and it was fun to color.  I kept the colors bright and cheerful as I thought the verse was very happy and celebratory.

It's been a tough year for everyone, and unfortunately I'm expecting even a tougher year in 2021.  I think I would be getting really stressed out if it wasn't for God.  But because I have God in my life, I can take comfort in His word.  He will give me "Perfect Peace" because I trust in Him.

God is not a confusing God.  He gave us His book to show us how to live.  He is very clear about the way we should go.

I really loved this pretty image.  It's one of my favorites in the Inspire Bible.  I colored the background with gelatos.

There are some pages in the Inspire Bible that cover the whole page, and this is one of them.  I colored the entire page with colored pencils.  It was a lot of work, but so worth it!

This is one of my favorite verses.  There are so many eagles where I live.  Not a day goes by when I don't see an eagle.  I am very blessed.  Every time I see an eagle, I am reminded of this beautiful verse.

This page isn't a Bible verse, nor an attribute of God, but a promise of God.  God promised the Israelites victory in Isaiah 43, but He also promises us victory in Jesus Christ!

This is the only page I created myself for the month of December.  It was a busy month with family here for the holidays, so I wasn't able to journal as much as normally do.  I loved this verse so I wanted to make art out of it.  I used craft paint for the blue sky, the clouds, the mountains, and the grass.  The trees were created using stamps.  The verse was made using a mix of stickers, stamps, and my own handwriting.

Have A Great Day!  Amy

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  1. Thank you! You can find it on Amazon.

  2. Great verses and love how you did the pages. Your mountain/ tree page turned out so beautifully and really loving all the floral pages too!
    How wonderful that you get to see so many eagles. We've had a few more in our area in the recent years but not that often and are always in awe when we see them!

    1. Thanks Ellie! Yes, I'm very blessed to see so many eagles!

  3. Always beautiful and inspirational. Your colors are so vibrant. That yellow, purple, the gold. My favorite is a toss up between the full page printed page and your mountain scene.

  4. I love how you used your inspire bible. I have one but I haven't enjoyed mine as much as you have. Thank you for the inspiration. I have my go-to Bible and although I ordered the inspire, I gravitate toward my go-to. But I will start to enjoy my inspire as you have. Thank you for sharing with #omhgww. Your article will be socialized if buttons are available. See you next week.

    1. I don't know what the go-to Bible is. I will have to check it out. Thanks so much!

  5. So beautiful, Amy! I keep thinking what a special heirloom your Bible will become in your family. Thanks so much for sharing it with us!


    1. Thanks so much Shelbee. I never thought of my Bible becoming a heirloom before, but you're so right. I know how much Grandma's Bible was treasure in our family.


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