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In this book of 2 Peter, we will uncover new ways to creatively engage with the Bible. Hebrews 4 says that “the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart”. Have you forgotten the authority and Spirit-filled power that the Bible carries?
In this book of 1 Peter, we will see more examples of how the love and life of Jesus propelled the first believers to live. Encountering Jesus is like undergoing a complete transformation, we cannot remain the same. He loves us too much to leave us as He found us.
In the book of James, our Bible journaling will be an act of worship to thank God for the amazing characteristics of the Word. Isn’t it wonderful that there is something new to discover about the Bible every day?
In this study on the book of Hebrews, we will uncover fundamental truths about who God is and who He calls us to be. Do you know what your calling is? Do you know what part is yours to play in God’s great plan of redemption and grace? If you do not know it yet, pray and ask Him to show you.
In this book of Titus, we discover a pastoral letter from Paul to his co-worker and friend Titus who were ministering on the island called Crete. Look up a picture of this location and add it to your Bible by either printing it or creating one by drawing or painting.
In this first letter from Paul to Timothy, we will discover new and creative ways to engage the Word. This letter offers practical pastoral advice to Timothy as a young church leader - how does that apply to us today? Look up the meaning of the word ‘pastoral / pastor’ to help you reflect on what this looks like in your own life.
Let’s dive into the second letter from Paul to the church in Thessalonica. When we do Bible journaling, we are reading our Bibles but with creative lenses on. We ask ourselves questions as we read, like: What do you notice that you haven’t seen before? Why did the author choose those specific words?