18 BIBLE JOURNALING PRINTABLES
Bible Journaling is a great way to get into the Word of God and learn and study it. But, sometimes it’s intimating when you might not know what to draw or write about? Well, I have collected some great freebies for you. 18 BIBLE JOURNALING PRINTABLES are here for you to enjoy and along the way, deepen your walk with the Lord.
“Do you need to make a commitment (or renew a commitment) to be faithful in reading God’s Word on a daily basis? Or, has your daily Bible time become a chore to check off your to-do list? If you are struggling in this area, I pray that you will be able to find some encouragement or ideas from these journal sheets for your own personal use.
The Prayer Sheets are based on five elements of prayer:
2. Submission or Obedience to His Calling
3. Repentance or Confession of Sins
“If you are looking for a way to become a little better organized and more focused and intentional in your daily Bible reading, I think you will love these Bible journaling printables as well. I also have a less in-depth Bible journaling page along as part of my Bible and Prayer Journaling Printable Book.”
“Powerful Bible Verse Cards Can Change Your Life!
Do you ever feel lonely, discouraged or overwhelmed?
This powerful, yet simple, tool has been changing the lives of women all over the world and it can change your life too!
God’s Word empowers us to face anything that comes our way. Discover renewed joy in the Lord!”
“This Prayer Journal has been the one that has worked for me best throughout the years. It can be used to record prayer requests and answers to those. It can also be used as a guide to facilitate your personal prayer time.
In the binder there are ten tabbed sections:
10. Reaching Beyond”
“I encourage you to explore these prayer ideas yourself and find the ways to pray that fit best with your unique personality and gifts. God made you uniquely, so you’ll find your own ways to best connect with God. 23 Ideas and Prayer Methods to Reignite Your Prayer Life.”
“How do you do your journal writing? The idea behind a Prayer Journal is to use a simple format to write ways you have seen the hand of God in your life. It can help you to remember others who need extra prayers sent their way. I suggest taking some time to write your thoughts and truly reflect on the day you had.”
“Sometimes we get so busy and wound so tight that we forget to stop and realize the blessings we have in our life. With this Free Gratitude and Affirmations Planner Printable it will be a snap to take some time each day to write down your thoghts on being grateful and brainstorm ideas to give positive affirmations to others and yourself.”
“When I decided to get my prayer life organized earlier this year, I really didn’t know where to start. I just knew I needed something new to ignite my prayer life. My method of jotting down a list of prayer requests wasn’t working for me anymore and I needed a change. I searched online and in stores for a prompted Prayer Journal but couldn’t find anything I liked. So I did what any girl would do and created my own.”
“As you may know there are many names describing our Heavenly Father in the Bible. I chose 31 and added scripture references for each day. You can download the printable calendar below to use in your quiet time or devotions.”
“On Monday I posted a quick thankful chart that I’m adding to every day, but I wanted to make something I could carry everywhere with me, and to give you guys as well. That’s why I made this collection which includes 8 scripture cards with verses centered around being, you guessed it, thankful.”
“Here’s the thing: there’s no right or wrong way to record your conversations with God. You can write out whole prayers if you like. Or write out Bible verses. You can draw or paint, or add in colouring sheets. I love writing (and find anything remotely arty very intimidating) so that works well for me. I’m also starting to incorporate some bullet journaling techniques into my Bible study journal.”
“I am super excited to be sharing a freebie with y’all, and this is probably my favorite freebie to date! I have collaborated with awesome Christian author and blogger Jennifer Hayes Yates to bring y’all a free printable devotion, along with coordinating Bible journaling printable goodies!”
Today I’m sharing some Inspirational Printables of some of my favorite talks! I wasn’t sure I was going to be sharing these this time but I couldn’t resist.
“Scripture for when you are fearful. Print these truths out on cardstock and post them around your house or carry them in your purse. You can even leave it as one sheet and hang it on the fridge–whatever you need to do to remember to claim the truth over your life. Start preaching the Word to yourself and your heart will be in constant peace (Phil. 4:6-7).”
“I want to challenge you to a 30-day Gratitude and Prayer Challenge. During the 30 day challenge let’s also memorize these two scriptures.
I have created a simple Gratitude and Prayer Journal. It has 30 days worth of thankful prompts, bible verses, and space to write out your prayers and what you are thankful for. Plus two extra cover page options. ”
“I adapted these Four Steps for Bible Journaling. There are TWO methods below: Steps 2 & 3 change based on time available.”
“The best part of Bible journaling is that there really aren’t any rules to it. It’s just all about you being creative. Some people don’t have a journaling Bible, so printing off this free 30-day notebook is a good alternative that you can use to get started. Your journaling Bible may be full already, so you may be looking for new places to put your reflections and the notebook is a great place to do that.”
I hope that you will try some of these 18 BIBLE JOURNALING PRINTABLES. When you do share them with me. I would love to see them and include #18biblejournalingprintables on social media and get your friends involved.