Choose a Journaling Bible for ‘Illustrated Journaling Bible’.
It has lined margins or blank space to allow for intentional journaling.
Illustrated Bible Journaling
captures the key concept(s) of Scripture in just one image or two!
For those who struggle in memorizing Scriptures, Illustrated Journaling Bible is an option.
I do much better in remembering the plot of a story or key concept(s) than all of the specifics or details from a narrative.
Illustrated Journaling Bible is relaxing, therapeutic in nature and fuels creativity.
Consider the following FB communities:
Bible Journaling 101, Bible Art Journaling Challenge, Bible Journaling, Journaling Bible Community (closed group), and/or Seasons Illustrated Bible.
If this is a new activity, I would highly recommend Bible Journaling 101.
Journaling is a reflective activity.
It provides an opportunity to meditate on just one verse that stands out during quiet time.
Personally, the SOAP method is my preferred method. (Keep it simple and most importantly enjoy the process)
What does S.O.A.P stand for?
S for Scripture,
‘Out of these verses, which Scripture speaks to me today?’
O for personal Observation,
‘What is the Holy Spirit revealing to me in this season of life?’
A for Application,
‘How can I apply new insight(s) or wisdom to my current circumstances?’
P for Prayer,
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.”
Philippians 4:6 NIV