Bible Journaling Challenge: Easter

Bible Journaling Challenge: Easter

Bible Journaling Challenge (1)Welcome to Tuesdays to Create, a weekly Bible journaling challenge where we have been focusing on Lent the last two months.

Today we get to talk about the best part of Lent which is the Resurrection of Jesus! With Easter on Sunday, we get the opportunity to celebrate a reason for our hope: We have been reconciled with God and we are now His daughters!

If you are ready for an encouraging word and a simple art tutorial, tune into to Amanda!



Instructions:

  1. Write down three things that mean the most to you the were provided by the Resurrection of Jesus! Take a little bit of time and spend time in God’s Word studying this. A good place to start is the red words in your Bible of Jesus or specifically the sermon on the mount (Matthew 5-7).
  2. Once you have written these down, go to my Pinterest Bible Journaling Board by clicking here and choose a flower pattern you would like to copy. Don’t forget to follow my board for continued help!
  3. If you gave something up for Lent, review the last 6 to 7 weeks with the Lord and ask Him how He has changed you. Ask yourself if you see yourself differently than you did when you began and if you’ve grown in the area.
  4. In prayer, commit to God that this change is permanent and you desire to honor Him and the sacrifice of Jesus.
  5. Thank Him for the Resurrection!
  6. Get a non-Christian to come to your church’s Easter service and share the Gospel!

DSC05630 (2)I appreciate you understanding about my extended break! I have a few fun ideas planned for you when I come back but if you have any suggestions, please mention them in the comments below!

Much peace and love,

Amanda

 

2 thoughts on “Bible Journaling Challenge: Easter

  1. Brandon says:

    This is an area I always struggle in. It seems that whenever I am driving down the road and cannot write things down is when I have the best idea, deepest thoughts, or feel like I had some sort of profound breakthrough. By the time I stop it is gone, to return another day. I should start keeping some sort of writing medium with me wherever I go so that I can remember all that material for my own blog that literally just launched and I am in dire need of content for… lol

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    • Move the Mountains says:

      Hi Brandon,

      I’ve totally experienced this myself! I actually carry a little notebook and a pen in my purse for such moments. You can always keep those items in your car. Or you can text yourself through using the voice feature of your phone if it is short.

      Creating content for blogs can be hard but keeping yourself a tally like this could really help.

      Thanks for commenting,
      Amanda

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