Journaling Through The Bible – Week 50 {Link Up}

I am reading and journaling chronologically through the Bible in 2017. Each Sunday I will post one of my journaling pages and thoughts from that week’s reading. I will also have a linky for anyone who would like to participate to share how their Bible reading and journaling is going!

 

I am reading and journaling through the entire Bible in Chronological order in 2017, join me on my linkup!

 

The Reading:

Spent some time in Timothy this week. I always find those letters particularly encouraging. As I read through Paul’s letters it is so hard to imagine the dramatic change from Saul to Paul and how completely and suddenly he quite literally shed his old self and put on the new. This is such a great reminder of what all Christians have experienced in salvation even if it is not always as obvious to our human understanding.

 

The Journaling:

I liked this cute, simple page. I was hoping to use my gelatos to create a sky feel in the background but it didn’t quite come out how I’d hoped! I hope next year to learn more techniques to add to my art.

 

I am reading and journaling through the entire Bible in Chronological order in 2017, join me on my linkup!

 

What I used for this entry:

Pilot G – 2 Gel Pens
Gelato Set
in the One Year Chronological Expressions Bible

The Link-up:

I am reading and journaling through the entire Bible in Chronological order in 2017, join me on my linkup!

 

Make sure you check out last week’s posts. Peabea shared several pieces of art reflecting on Christ’s birth and Dani shared her beautiful journal pages from the week!

 

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 reading through the Bible in a Year, Bible reading, or Bible journaling in general.
  • 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!

 

Kids, Crunch, and Christ Journal Through The Bible



Update:

This week I’ve been doing a lot of pondering and praying and evaluating of the things in our lives. I will be making some changes to our schedule in January in an effort to slow down, enjoy life, and create a more relaxed and peaceful home. This blog will likely reflect those goals next year as I hope to share what I’m doing and what I find in my pursuit of a simple life and peaceful and joyful home. Make sure you check out my A Life Giving Home discussion series if you are interested in joining in that pursuit and be on the lookout early next month for an announcement about my upcoming book club.

 

I have posted the last couple weeks about my plans for this Journaling Through The Bible series in 2018 including a Facebook discussion group and a group Pinterest board as well as my scripture writing plans. I hope you will continue joining me for these weekly posts and jump in and participate in any way that works for you! I will have the Facebook group and Pinterest board open by New Years Eve, make sure you have joined my mailing list to be notified and have access to instructions on how to join!

 

This post is linked up to Scripture and a Snapshot at Glimpses of Our Life and Sunday Scripture Blessings at Peabea Scribbles and Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy and The Homeschool Review Crew Weekly Linkup.
Scripture and Snapshot                                                 

 

Comments

  1. Wow. This is beautiful! I’m about 5 days into creative journaling, and I love what you’ve done. I’ve also discovered Gelatos! I love them, and hope to improve my technique 🙂

    • Thank you so much!! I really try to focus more on the process than the product but am always hoping to improve!

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