This morning I was thinking about how precious my Bible has been to me. The first one that I put to very good use is like the saying
“A Bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t.― Charles Haddon Spurgeon
I remember sitting on my bed in prison, Bible in my arms. I was being moved to a different, lower security prison and I had to put all of my belongs into a paper bag. My Bible was the last to go and it was so hard. We had very few possessions in there yet my Bible, my most prized possession.
Then, I was looking over my Journaling Bible and thinking of how I love to embellish things. My favorite things are those that I have “improved Upon” in my own way, which I am very much doing with my Journaling Bible. It makes it special, uniquely mine! No one else has one like mine! It is now very special to me, similarly to this Bible in prison where I learned to know the Lord so intimately. Now, I am into a different season. I am learning, growing & healing once again!
At this time I am working on a cover design of my own.
God never ceases to amaze me. He makes my life worth living. He makes my life more interesting!
AND with this, I'd like to thank some people by sharing links to their websites and/or pages who have been so very inspirational to me in my Bible Journaling/Art! Please check them out further!
And, as always...worshiping!
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