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by Heather Bixler

eBook My Scripture Journal: Gratitude (My Scripture Journal: Bible Reading Plans) download ISBN: 0983468540
Author: Heather Bixler
Publisher: Becoming Press LLC (August 14, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 76
ePub: 1579 kb
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Worship and Devotion

My Scripture Journal: Gratitude is an eight week Bible memory reading plan designed to help you memorize scripture while also offering guidance so you can dive further into a greater knowledge of what the Bible says about gratitude

My Scripture Journal: Gratitude is an eight week Bible memory reading plan designed to help you memorize scripture while also offering guidance so you can dive further into a greater knowledge of what the Bible says about gratitude. In this eight week reading plan you will receive 7 daily activities to engage in that will help you memorize a snippet of scripture every week all around the theme of gratitude. Also at the end of each week will be three discussion questions which can be used for your own personal journal and thoughts or within a group Bible Study

My Scripture Journal book. My Scripture Journal. This was an excellent resource for memorizing Scripture. It was short and simple exercises to get the Word in your spirit.

My Scripture Journal book. For my summer devotional read, I am using My Scripture Journal: Gratitude by Heather Bixler and enjoying it. The format is so simple that it might cause one to consider it trite or maybe even not worth the time. It was also handy in going along with the The Gratitude Journal.

My Scripture Journal: Gratitude" is an eight week Bible memory reading plan designed to help you . The emphasis of the series is to use journaling to help you memorize Scripture. The focus in this book is on gratitude. The plan gives you 8 verses to memorize over the course of 8 weeks.

My Scripture Journal: Gratitude" is an eight week Bible memory reading plan designed to help you memorize scripture while also offering guidance so you can dive further into a greater knowledge of what the Bible says about gratitude. In this eight week reading plan you will receive 7 daily activities to engage in that will help you memorize a snippet of scripture every. week all around the theme of gratitude. Each chapter gives the participant activities to accomplish each day.

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My Scripture Journal: Gratitude (Reading Plan Only). The reading plan you will find in this eBook copy of My Scripture Journal: Gratitude includes eight scripture references to study on gratitude, daily activities, and discussion questions. The scripture memorizing technique offered in My Scripture Journal has been proven to help others memorize scripture out of the Bible. Why are we instructed to read the Bible? Why is everything God created good? How does arguing over petty matters take our eyes off of God?

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"My Scripture Journal: Gratitude" is an eight week Bible memory reading plan designed to help you memorize scripture while also offering guidance so you can dive further into a greater knowledge of what the Bible says about gratitude. In this eight week reading plan you will receive 7 daily activities to engage in that will help you memorize a snippet of scripture every week all around the theme of gratitude. Also at the end of each week will be three discussion questions which can be used for your own personal journal and thoughts or within a group Bible Study. This practical way of studying the Bible can easily fit into ANY schedule and will also help fill you up with the Word!
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Kabandis
For my summer devotional read, I am using My Scripture Journal: Gratitude by Heather Bixler and enjoying it.

The format is so simple that it might cause one to consider it trite or maybe even not worth the time. But if you are looking for a short guide that allows you to explore Scripture, one that does not spoon-feed you answers, then this book/journal is for you.

Benefits of this guide:

First, the format is easy to do. Bixler makes it clear the key to retention of Scripture memorizing is repetition. I agree. Bixler has seven different activities, one per day, to help us improve our chances of doing so. Though Bixler's guide is designed for an 8-week study, I chose to do it in days rather than in weeks. I wanted to delve into Scripture more than I wanted to memorize.

Second, Bixler's study puts one in a contemplative mood. For me the two most beneficial parts to this study are Day No. 5, which asks you to read a chapter in Scripture, and the Discussion Questions. With each Scripture verse and chapter I read and studied, new revelations came. One version of Scripture of Psalm 71, "Put your ear to the ground and listen, give me space for salvation," had me investigating the phrase "put your ear to the ground." I found fascinating stories of people who had done this and what they heard. One story, that took place in Iceland, people there heard a lake draining. I wrote a paragraph about gratitude and how importance listening is. For when we listen as though our ear is to the ground, we're focused, looking for that something in being grateful, that no one else is seeing or acting upon. Bixler knows the power of contemplating Scripture and I am so glad she has us explore it in this way.

Third, this study can be done individually or in a small group. I chose to do this as a self-study, but this study would work very well meeting a friend once a week to discuss or with several women.

Lastly, Bixler's study works to train your brain to think about gratitude in fresh new ways. Scripture tells us that when we read it, we will be changed because we did so. When I stilled myself and I worked my way through these lessons and allowed the Holy Spirit to work on my heart, I received some wonderful, personal insights about gratitude. I loved that Bixler just simply guided me through this. My responsibility was to give myself the time and quiet to allow God to speak to me, which is Who I want to take direction from.

What you'll want to have near you as you work through Bixler's Scripture Journal.

1. A Bible.
2. A journal or spiral notebook to use as you work through this.
3. Three versions of Scripture. I downloaded the YouVersion® app for my phone but something like [..] would work just as well too.
4. Post-it® notes for you to place around your home.
Drelahuginn
If you struggle to memorize Bible verses as a regular routine, then this reading plan is for you. The emphasis of the series is to use journaling to help you memorize Scripture. The focus in this book is on gratitude. The plan gives you 8 verses to memorize over the course of 8 weeks. Each chapter gives the participant activities to accomplish each day. Some are writing activities, some are discussion based on the verse's content, a few are verbal activities, while some time is dedicated to rote learning.

The material you will need will be a journal, some post-it notes, a pen and a Bible. Above all, you need some dedicated time and determination, humbleness of heart and a love for the Lord. This series is specifically designed for the busy person, so the activities are short.

As with any Bible study and memorization plan, you get out of it what you put into it. The plan is easy to execute and can appeal to a wide age range, including children and young people.

In my copy of the book which contains only the reading plan, there is no background reading to do. I think this would work well for a busy person. However, for the individual who has more time on their hands, this can be supplemented with a commentary series such as Warren Wiersbe's "Be" series. This series is topical and interesting to read. It would fit well with the journal concept.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a complimentary review copy of this book from the author and Body and Soul Publishing. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
Mall
Perhaps it's better as a paper book rather than a Kindle edition.

I think the word "journal" is a bit confusing as used here. There is no space to write or type, very little to read. It is more like an exercise in Scripture memorization, and that's not a bad thing. More it is a companion to your own Bible and your own journal, to use during your prayer and quiet time.

Week One opens with instructions to read a specific passage in Colossians. It would be very nice if there was actually a link to be able to view the verse, or if the verse was printed here. But it's not. So I pulled out my Bible.

Each day of the week, the reader is given a memorization technique for the day, for example, write the verse on four sticky notes and place them around your house. Another day, the reader is told to write the verse in a journal (also another book the reader will need to have handy.)

There are a couple of thought-provoking discussions questions for each week.

I imagine that the DTB version of this book is pamphlet size, exactly eight pages long -- one page for each week.

I do really like the content and the memorization technique, and I do think the discussion questions are insightful. But there was so much more that could have been done to raise this book to the next level. It just falls short.

That being said, however, the Word of God does not go out and return void, so kudos to the author for putting it out there.
lucky kitten
I find the day by day helps to do a way to keep study simple yet effective ...
Also by giving you something to do each day it tends to keep study daily, fresh & informative ...
I have learned new & interesting ways to keep daily devotions from becoming 'just another to do thing' on my list ...
It is a neat alternative to as a devotional as it is interactive, yet not overly time consuming if you are not having an extended period time ...
Also by giving something to do each day there is something to think about as you go about your day ...
Reflecting or the verse or question keeps your mind on things above for a space when you may otherwise be discouraged ...
Yes I recommend this Gratitude Journal ...