While devotions are useful, there’s just no substitute for reading God’s Word for yourself and having a consistent prayer life.
This journal provides a place for organizing your time spent with the Lord, in His Presence.
“I Am” statements sheet with related Scripture to remind you that you are loved, worthy, understood, helped, known, and not alone.
A section to write down monthly memory verses (two per month) as well as a place to record birthdays and anniversaries of family members and friends.
A Weekly Prayer Sheet where you write down requests for Family, Friends and Others, and Answers to Prayers and Praises.
Daily journal sheets for Monday through Friday for an entire year – 52 weeks worth. On the journal pages, you can write down the Scripture the Lord leads you to for that day. Read Scripture from your Bible. Underline, highlight, jot notes in your Bible and record everything on your journal page. Everything. Write any other verse that is brought to mind. Write out your thoughts. Pour your heart out to God in honesty. Any revelations? Write them. This will serve as an encouragement to you later. You will be surprised at how your own journal will minister to you as you remember things you’ve written.
A Prayer Strategies section. Each prayer strategy sheet is steeped with Scripture so you can pray God’s Word over a person or situation. Prayers include Praying for Myself, Praying for My Husband, Praying for Your Wife, Praying for my Children, Praying for a Troubled Marriage, and Praying for Deliverance.
Make spending time with the Lord, in His Presence, a priority with this journal.
(Note: Print double-sided and have an office supply store spiral bind for around $4. Tip – Tie a ribbon on the top rung for use as a bookmark.)