Recently I began seeing my Pinterest feed flooding with beautiful Bible journaling images and I thought I need to give it a try…and then my Catholic guilt paralyzed me and I remembered I have no artistic skill whatsoever. I kept feeling a nudge (Holy Spirit, ahem) that I need to take more time to slow down and jot down my thoughts as I pray and meditate on devotionals. I live in Katie Davis Majors’ books how she mentions using sticky notes to write down how she sees God working in her life and it made me think journaling might be a way for me to take this next step…and then an image of “30 Days to Peace” popped up on my screen. I suppose the Holy Spirit agrees with me that I still need to work on this! I love that the book has verses on each page and is inviting and makes me feel like I can jot down a little or a lot. I also love that there are more books in the series so if I am in a groove at the end of the first 30 Days there will be another book I can dig into!
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