My daughter gifted me with an Inspire Bible. I had never heard of Bible Journaling before, but she directed me to some sites where I learned a lot more. Some people are true artists and do Bible Art Journaling. I’ve found a happy medium with coloring the pictures in the new Bible, and journaling my thoughts in the margins, and in a notebook.
Hope you will enjoy my sharing thoughts and creations with you in some upcoming blog posts.
One of the pages I did. I cut out clouds from card stock and placed them on the scripture before coloring around them with chalk pastels. The chalk is transparent so it doesn’t mar the words. I also left the actual verse uncovered as well.
This is called a ‘tip-in’. Its a page created and then attached in the binding area with washi tape (a removable tape). It turns like a page so it doesn’t cover scripture. This one is where I wrote my thoughts about a sermon on loving our enemies.
I’m enjoying this form of Bible study because it’s something I can do when I’m alone. I usually spend Sunday afternoons creating these pictures while I learn scriptures and draw closer to God. I enjoy it even more than coloring in adult coloring books.