Illustrating Bible Devotional & Tutorial
Hey friend! Recently I did a full Illustrating Bible video review. Last week I went on to create a Journaling Bible Paper Thickness video which many of you found really helpful. I then tested 86 pens in the Illustrating Bible and even did an Illustrating Bible art supplies test! Today, it’s what you all love from me so much… a creative devotional with tutorial. Let’s get this Illustrating Bible devotional started! It’s so refreshing! 😉 We’re looking into the book of Philemon, a letter from apostle Paul where some of my favorite passages are tucked away in one of the shortest books of the Bible!
A Refreshing Illustrating Bible Devotional
In this post, I’ve got a video, supplies linked, (even that nifty Bible sized, thin light pad for tracing!) and a free download so you can trace along with me in whatever Bible you have! This
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The Illustrating Bible
If you’re wondering what I’m creating in… the Illustrating Bible was created by Dayspring and Illustrated Faith, as the worlds first spiral bound Bible, with 75% thicker paper than traditional Journaling Bibles and twice the margin space for creativity. I have to say, there is a LOT to love about it. It is entirely to be considered an “investment” in your spiritual growth. It’s on the more expensive side with so much packed into it, but I believe the price is quite comparable when you stack it against other Bibles around the same price. So, it’s not for everyone, but it will serve many in their creative spiritual journey with God and I’m personally very impressed with it. I only recommend what I believe is good value and that I honestly love. This Illustrating Bible fits into that nicely.
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With that, grab your free Illustrating Bible devotional download, (which you can shrink or adjust to fit in whatever you have), plus some sort of water media. I’ve used my Illustrating Bible (which I’m really enjoying!) and Inktense Blocks. You could also use colored pencil if you prefer. Let’s get in the Word together and be transformed by it!
Supplies list for this refreshing Illustrating Bible devotional
As promised, here are the supplies I featured, in this lesson. I hope they help you find anything you may want to try out. These supplies are purely optional and you are free to participate with whatever you have, using the devotional for this lesson. Then, get in my Facebook group and share!
I hope you’ve found this Illustrating Bible devotional very refreshing and will journey with me to be a watering hole for those around you. May we bring God’s well of refreshing to those around us! Will you talk to me in the comments below?
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