Tuesday 28 May 2019

K is for Knowing

In our Living Your Word of the Year group we are using a fortnightly (bi-weekly) A-Z challenge throughout the year to help us focus on our word and live it out.

Because of the way I have made my journal it's a case of going with the flow of what background the pages have when I turn to them.  I had already added the letters at the top left when I remembered I hadn't taken a photo of what it looked like when I turned to the page.

I had read Valerie's post Keys to Living Your Word of the Year where she talks about knowing you you are and that struck a chord.  Knowing who you are in Christ is a significant value at my church so I thought I would use that as my theme for K.

I printed out verses and moved them about on the page until I was happy.  It was going to be a tight squeeze to fit it all on.

I cut up the verses into strips and stuck them down.

I drew round your on the verses to make it clearer which line belonged to which section.

Here is the double spread.

If you're interested in learning more about your Identity in Christ, I have a creative Bible Study for you to look at: Identity.

Thanks for joining me today.

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1 comment:

  1. These are great verses, Bernice. Cutting them out really helps them stand out on the page. Your journal is coming together so well. I love it!


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