Journaling: Bible Study

One of my favorite parts about journaling is the fact that I can do my Bible studies in my entries, and keep a record of my personal scripture insights.

Different people study the Bible differently, but here are some examples:

  • Verse study
  • Chapter study
  • Passage study
  • Book study
  • Topical study
  • Word study

Whatever method you choose, record your observations in you entry. If it can be applied in your life, write down the steps you can take towards application. The more you study and the more you write, the more you will hear God speaking to you. The more you hear God speaking to you, the more real His presence is in your life, especially when you can link Bible verses to areas in your life where God has worked, whether small or big. Try out this exercise, and make it a habitual component to your entries. Believe me, the treasures you will reap are priceless. 🙂


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