Bible Journaling Basics: How to start–Worship Songs

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Sorry for the later post tonight! I was battling a migraine all afternoon and evening, plus working late for youth group!

Today I wanted to share with you another fun way to get started with your Bible Journaling. This is another really easy way…probably even easier than the sermon notes tips from yesterday!

I don’t know if you are like me, but if you are, worship music is your jam! I have a huge and ever growing Spotify playlist that I love to rock out to. If you don’t have a playlist already, head to Pandora  and start a station with Bethel music or Rend Collective, or there’s a million other great worship artists out there. You can even find a local Christian radio station or Sirius XM station!

Lyrics of worship songs always seem to really hit home with me and I’ve always loved jotting them down in my journals and notebooks. So for this type of Bible Journaling, I love to sit down with some worship music and just journal my heart out. I love this blog post and challenge from Shanna from earlier this summer. Like Shanna recommends, I love to journal while listening to worship and then, I like to translate those lyrics or thoughts into my Bible. If you’d rather keep your personal journaling notes personal, just put the lyrics into your Bible using your favorite stickers or stamps and supplies. You’ll always remember how those lyrics stirred your soul.

Here’s some of my favorite worship lyric Bible entries:

What are some of your favorite worship songs?

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