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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