Bible Study

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Bible Study
Author: Kailey Lentsch
 Duration: 21 Days
 Free

If you are a new Christian or new to Christian journaling, you may have some questions about the religion and what it means to be a Christian. This challenge will walk you through some of the most frequently asked questions by Christian journalers. 

When we have questions about God, the best place to look for answers is in His Word. Matthew 7:7 says, “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you." Furthermore, James 1:5 tells us, "If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him." The Bible tells us if we seek wisdom and knowledge, God will give it to us. Each day of this journaling challenge will ask a question and then list scripture for you to meditate on before you answer the question in your journal. 

My prayer for you as you read this article is that you would seek the truth about God and that you would receive wisdom and understanding from His Word.

Over the next 21 days, JournalOwl will prompt you with questions, provide you with additional reading material, and invoke your critical thinking skills. Expressive writing is at the cornerstone of every JournalOwl challenge & course; allowing you to deep dive into the subject matter and walk away with a solid comprehension of the subject matter at hand. Here is what you'll be asked in this challenge:

Day 1 - Who is God?

Day 2 - Who is Jesus?

Day 3 -  Who is the Son of God?

Day 4 - What is the Holy Spirit?

Day 5 - What is the Bible?

Day 6 - What is Scripture?

Day 7 - What is the Gospel?

Day 8 - What is meditation?

Day 9 - What is prayer?

Day 10 - What is the church?

Day 11 - What is a Christrian?

Day 12 - What is an evangelist?

Day 13 - What is the meaning of life?

Day 14 - What is truth?

Day 15 - What is love?

Day 16 - What is Heaven?

Day 17 - What is Hell?

Day 18 - What is sin & evil?

Day 19 - What is salvation?

Day 20 - What is faith?

Day 21 - What have you learned?

 

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