Good morning followers, hope you all are doing wonderful. I am a bit behind as this has been one crazy week, I’ll be posting to tell you about it in bits and pieces when I have a few minutes. As you know, today is the 20th and if you’re participating in the Siesta Scripture Memory Team with Living Proof Ministries blog, you know that we are on our fourth verse of this memorization journey.
Each time I pick a verse, I have been trying to find one that speaks to me during whatever season I’m currently going through. The verse I’ve chosen this time is Psalm 139:14. Here are the two versions that I prefer:
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. -Psalm 139.14 NIV
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well. -Psalm 139:14 ESV
It’s so easy to get caught up in the conformations of the world and look at yourself through the standards of media. Trust me, I struggle with this fact daily, which is why I chose this verse. I need to remind myself of this every single day! However, we should all remember that we were created in God’s image and by his liking. He created us just the way he wanted us. No magic diet pill or surgery is going to make us the way he originally created us. We must first love ourselves. We have to remember that no matter what the media tells us, we are a one of a kind original. We were handpicked by God and altogether beautiful. Don’t allow yourself to be down, upset, or ashamed of who you are. After all, YOU are FEARFULLY and WONDERFULLY made. HIS works are WONDERFUL. You, my friend, are wonderful! Let’s remind ourselves of this and see ourselves the way God intended us to.
If you are an avid follower of my blog, you know that I have picked up Bible journaling for one of my resolutions to aid with me walk and relationship with Christ. Now that I’ve shared my selected verse with you, I want to share my Bible journaling entry with you regarding this verse.
For this entry I mainly used Crayola Twistables, Micron 03 & 05 pens, and Erin Condren fiber point pens. The tab is from a sticker sheet that I purchased at AC Moore. If you have any questions regarding my journaling Bible then I would love to answer. I really hope that through my Bible journaling experience, I can inspire someone else to begin Bible journaling.
Until next time friends!