Learn how to use stencils in the margins of your Bible as you practice the spiritual discipline of Bible Journaling this Lent season. It has been a while since I have created a blog post dedicated to the art of Bible Journaling. While many would say the trend in this particular art form is not as popular as before, it is very much relevant. For those of you wishing to know which spiritual disciplines you can utilize this season of Lent which just started last Wednesday, I encourage you to use this focused time of drawing closer to Christ to develop a skill that encourages invaluable time in The Word of God.
So let me show you how to create your own Bible Journaling entry to make this season an intentional God Glorifying one! This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)! Read my full disclosure policy.
Here is a video of my most recent Bible Journaling entry that was a splendid reason to put this new video tool to create tutorial videos. I would love your feedback and thoughts on this creation.
This is truly a beautiful story worth noting in your bible as this story recorded in all four gospels remind us of how truly notable it is to be “The Woman Who Worships”
Songs like “The Alabaster Box” was written in tribute for what she signifies. The woman who worshipped in spite of her status as a sinner and in spite of what those around her would say. She came to worship the king of kings and Lord of Lords in human flesh, Jesus. She knew in her heart of hearts that the Lord who was in vicinity of where she was, is worthy of double honor!
I want to encourage you today to take the time to explore this story further through art and meditation as we practice the spiritual disciplines this season of Lent-Shared in my earlier post this week.
You can find the stencil in my resource library that you can use to create this Bible Journaling entry as I have done. You may cut this stencil with your cricut or print directly from your printer to use as a tracing tool for your painting and scrapbook paper 3D in any of the four perfume bottles designed and available here.
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Thank you for being a part of this journey with me and as always, if you have any questions feel free to reach out to me directly here on my blog. You may leave a comment below or connect with me on IG and tag me to your story if you decide to use this stencil or if you were inspired to create an entry in your Bible.
Here is a list with direct links to the tools used in this video:
- My Creative Bible
- Art Philosophy Metallic Watercolor Paint Palette
- Neocolor II Crayons
- Waterbrush Pen
- Free download of stencil
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