Journaling Through The Bible in 2018 – Week 6 {Link Up}

I am reading and journaling chronologically through the Bible in 2018. Each Sunday I will post one of my journaling pages and thoughts from that week’s reading. There are several ways for you to participate; see below for details!

 

I am reading and journaling through the entire Bible in Chronological order in 2018, join me for this Bible reading and journaling Challenge!

 

 

The Reading:

Much of this week’s reading was about building the tabernacle. I love this part. I am in awe of how God planned out and communicated every little detail. He cared about the beauty and workmanship of the sacred place built for Him. This shows a lot about God’s character and personality; He is creative, He is intentional, He cares about order, He values beauty and excellence. I would love to find a resource that somehow visually lays out all of the details of the tabernacle as best we can decipher. I’ve seen a kit to build a model, perhaps someone has created a coloring book with images. I’m a visual learner and I think something like that where I can see and experience it hands on would really solidify these passages and maybe even shed light on things I’ve missed. I did a Bible study on it once and that was awesome but it has been a while. Let me know if you know of a great study resource on this topic!

 

 

The Journaling:

It has been a busy week (again) and I’ve been pretty tired so I went with one of the included coloring pages in my Bible. I don’t know if I’m thrilled with how it turned out. My gelatos weren’t cooperating (or maybe I just need more practice) and I bent the pages. A thought occurred to me as I was trying to decide what the perfect colors for this page would be….I won’t know until I try something exactly how it will look or if I will like it. Any sort of artistic pursuit takes practice, trial and error, and experience with your materials to improve. I can’t expect to make all my journaling perfect or I won’t ever expand and improve my skills. I just have to try and learn. Which, of course, all goes back to the fact that this is really about the experience and process, not the product!

 

I do plan to watch more of the Bible Journaling Ministries classes and hopefully glean some new ideas and techniques from that to try soon!

 

 

I am reading and journaling through the entire Bible in Chronological order in 2018, join me for this Bible reading and journaling Challenge!

 

What I used for this entry:

Pentel Slicci Pens
Pilot G – 2 Gel Pens
Gelato Set
Sargent Art Watercolor Pencils
in the One Year Chronological Expressions Bible

 

Scripture Writing:

Part of my study this year includes writing out scriptures on certain subjects. They are women and marriage; children, family, and behavior; and feelings and the character of God. I keep these in three different sections of a multi-subject notebook. I share the scriptures I find in the facebook group, join me there to follow along!

 

Your Turn:

I am reading and journaling through the entire Bible in Chronological order in 2018, join me for this Bible reading and journaling Challenge!

 

There are many ways you can participate in my reading and journaling through the Bible challenge this year:

*Follow the board then send me a message with your Pinterest profile and ask me to add you as a contributor*

 

Make sure you also check out the post from A Mom’s Quest to Teach where she shares her journaling and thoughts about Job from last week.

 

Linkup:

Are you reading and/or journaling through the Bible this year? OR do you have a blog post about Bible journaling? Join my link up by linking up your post about reading through the Bible in 2017 or any post about Bible journaling.

 

Linky Rules:

  • Link up any post from your blog relating to Bible Reading OR Bible Journaling (this includes posts with ideas that can be used for Bible Journaling).
  • Please do not link a post you have previously linked in the Journaling Through The Bible linkup.
  • If you link up you are giving me permission to use an image from your post in next week’s linkup post if I choose to feature your entry.
  • Please copy and paste the linkup button code in your blog post or sidebar so others know about this linkup.
  • Please visit other’s posts!

 

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Update:

Well, so far February has not been a slower month like I thought it would. Perhaps the second half of February will give us a bit of a break! Or maybe March. Or maybe I just need to accept the fact that the season of life I’m in, with five busy small children, a soldier hubby, a volunteer ministry, and a small hobby farm, is just going to always be busy!! I do think I’m finding more balance in my life and am at least starting to feel like we are getting into a much-needed rhythm in our days and weeks.

 

 

This post is linked up to Scripture and a Snapshot at Glimpses of Our Life and Sunday Scripture Blessings at Peabea ScribblesInspire Me Monday at Create With Joy, and the weekly Homeschool Review Crew Linkup
Scripture and Snapshot                                                 

 

Comments

  1. My husband picked me up the Rose Book of Bible Charts, Map and Time Lines Volume 1 last year when we were talking about the Tabernacle. The diagrams in the book definitely have helped me better visualize when I was reading that part of the Bible.

  2. I really like your idea for keeping each scripture subject separate. The tabernacle. I had to google and print out a picture to get it all into my mind. Each description and how elaborate they did everything with such order.

    Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

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