As I read through the prompts in the last session of the 2020 Vision devotional kit, Wisdom Vision, I realized that Tiffani’s words echoed those from my church’s current sermon series. Don’t you just love when
In her devotional 2020 Vision, Tiffani encourages us to use our Jesus vision in all areas of our journey this new year. Today I spent some time reflecting on what Jesus vision is. Tiffani directs us to the
My husband and I have resolved to get our five year old to begin to eat what we eat for dinner (instead of making him something else). He insists that he doesn’t like what we’re offering even if he’s never tasted
Merry Christmas, friends! Our Light has come! This week I was inspired by Brave Little Taylor’s Print & Pray Shop set, Light of Life, to trace God’s faithfulness from Isaiah to John. After reading through all of
It is the week before Christmas! Can you believe it?! I don’t know about you, but time certainly seems to fly x 1,000 this time of year. Today I’m sharing a great way to slow down for a few moments, get creative
Hark! The herald angels sing, glory to the new-born King! Happy Monday, friends! I’m sharing a new Bible journaling process video with one of my all-time favorite verses and a whole lot of Print & Pray pieces. A
Happy Monday! Can you believe it is December already?! Let’s kick off the season with a new Bible journaling process video featuring the Come and Carol devotional kit! The first song in Come and Carol, Born is the
Happy Monday to ya! Jillian here with a new Print & Pray process video! Today I am using Taylor’s Print & Pray set, BeLeaf. It’s filled with colorful leaves, journaling prompts, cards and great insight into bib
Happy Monday! I am taking a quick break from Gratitude Documented to share this fun Bible page featuring a waterfall of journaling. Of course, you could totally incorporate this idea into your Gratitude Documented
Gratitude Documented is heeeeere! Yay! Taking time to documenting our thankfulness one day at a time is such a fun/beneficial/worship-full practice. (Is that a word? It is now!) In fact, when we take the time to
Happy Monday! Do you like to mix Print and Pray Shop collections when you bible journal? I haven’t in a while and wanted to give it a try! I challenged myself to use multiple sets that spanned two years from one
Is it November yet?! I don’t know about you, but I am excited for Gratitude Documented! Today I am going to share how I created foundation pages for Gratitude Documented in my pocket notebook. I’ve also got a
Hello! Thanks so much for your comment! And you’re right. “Logos” is Greek, used in the verse I referenced above in James 1. I’m sorry I didn’t make it more clear in my post. When I started in James I didn’t have enough room for my journaling. When I looked to the cross references for the passage in James I noticed that “word” was used in a…[Read more]
Do you like to journal? I know, silly question for a bunch of Bible journalers! But do you document those God winks, the big (and small) moments in your faith journey? Writing down the who, what, where, whens? If
I am puzzled by this statement “The word “word” used here is logos, Greek for message, news or law.” While I certainly agree that “logos” means these things, unless you are referring to the Septuagint, Deuteronomy was written in Hebrew, so “logos” could not be in the Hebrew text which would be dabar. The word dabar (Hebrew: דָּבָר) means “word”, “talk” or “thing” in Hebrew. Dabar occurs in various contexts in the Hebrew Bible.
Hello! Thanks so much for your comment! And you’re right. “Logos” is Greek, used in the verse I referenced above in James 1. I’m sorry I didn’t make it more clear in my post. When I started in James I didn’t have enough room for my journaling. When I looked to the cross references for the passage in James I noticed that “word” was used in a similar context in Deuteronomy, albeit in another language.
Because of the context in which it’s used (God’s “word” in His people) I felt comfortable journaling in Deuteronomy and appreciated uncovering a new (Hebrew!) word to study. I was sure to include both words, their definitions and the cross reference back to James in my final project.
I also enjoy highlighting the unity of God’s word and this was a great example showing how the Bible presents one unified message from beginning to end.
Hey there Word Nerds! Are you guys loving digging deep into your Bibles? Who knew that geeking out could be so fun?! Today I’m sharing a new Bible journaling process video and how my word study led me in a
Happy Monday! Today we’re tuning in to Jesus Culture’s song “Yes and Amen” with Shanna Noel’s new Tune In devotional! 2 Corinthians 1:20 says,
“For all the promises of God find their Yes in him. That is why it is
Some one once said “we have translated the Bible into many languages but never to a creative one” and that is exactly what Illustrated Faith is striving to do; provide a place to see the bible through a creative mind.