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Saturday, 24 March 2018
A Week of Lent Journaling and a Bonus
Topic: Bible Journaling

Another week flies by and the Bible journaling for Lent continues. This week I actually ended up with 7 pages instead of 6 (we don't do a page on Sundays) because of a glitch in the list of references. More about that later.

Anyway for Monday we had John 1:29-34. Since I had used a small dove earlier in the study for the prophesy of Jesus' baptism, I decided to include a larger version for the actual event.


On Tuesday I discovered that the page containing the reference had already been journaled on. However, I had done the full page on the left side but only the text portion on the right page. This left the journaling strip down the right margin unused and allowed me to fit in a very simple illustration of Jeses healing a leper from Mark 1:40-45


This is where the extra page comes in. The list of scriptures gave Matthew 1:4-11. Try as I might, without having the devotional book, I couldn't imagine why they had only used the center section from this chapter. So I decided to just use the entire genealogy and label it as the Family Tree of Jesus. When I mentioned my connundrum on the group, others said they had wondered the same thing. Here is what I journaled for Matthew 1:2-16.


The response, from someone who actually had the devotional book, was that the reference was backwards and should have read Matthew 4:1-11 (instead of 1:4-11) AHA!

So I went to the correct section, on the temptation of Christ, and journaled that. Notice the shadow of Jesus, foretelling the cross.  Also, this is a lettering stye that I will be teaching in a few weeks.


When I was a teen, a pastor preached on John 8:1-11, the adultrous woman, and gave every one of us a small rock painted with the number 1 - the first stone.


For my page on Luke 9:23-26 I found and used a quote by Rev. Billy Graham. I think I needed this reminder.


When I drew up the illustration for John 12:24 I made these lovely stalks of corn. But when I got ready to add the text, I realized it said 'kernels of wheat' and not 'kernels of corn'. Well, we've got corn now!

I used the cross as a backdrop to show the seed dying and falling to the ground.


Only one week of Lent scriptures to journal and then I'll be back to just one or two a week.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:12 PM PDT

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