Bible Journaling

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Bible Journaling

Use the pages of this printable Bible Journal as you dig deeper into the Word of God. This blessing tool is simple and easy to use. It provides the perfect combination of journaling activities for your daily experience. Let's look at the sections on each page.

SCRIPTURE. Write out the day's Bible text. The transference of the brain's electrical impulses to the hand as it writes the words increases one's ability to memorize.

CONNECTIONS. The Bible repeats important themes. For example, if you are reading Philippians 4:6 (do not be anxious about anything), look for other texts about handling anxiety (or a similar thought), such as 1 Peter 5:7 (cast all your cares upon Him). Begin a list of connected texts. The Bible repeats important themes. For example, if you are reading Philippians 4:6 (do not be anxious about anything), look for other texts about handling anxiety (or a similar thought), such as 1 Peter 5:7 (cast all your cares upon Him). Begin a list of connected texts.

WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT ME. List what Scripture says about you, such as, what you should do, and what you should avoid.

PRAY FOR CHANGE. Take time to pray and as you do, pray the words of a Scripture promise. Also, make a list of scriptural counsel to guide your prayers when asking to come into alignment with God's will, such as, Hebrews 4:12 (to know what's really in your heart), Psalm 119:18, 68 (to understand God's will and to learn His law), and Psalm 27:14 (to wait patiently for God to act).

MY DECISION TODAY. Write what you want today for yourself and leave it in God's hands. He will be the Lamp for your feet when you trust His leading.

Download the Bible Journal in three styles. Reprint the two sheets of journaling space as often as you need additional pages in your journal.


Bible Journal style 1:
Collage (pink)
Bible Journal style 2:
Colored pencil (yellow and green)
Bible Journal style 3:
Watercolor (old rose)