Often, you hear the term “journaling” as a means of writing down your feelings or other thoughts. At Bible Journals, we would like to extend “Journaling” to become a tool for the study of God’s word and a means of sharing your thoughts and experiences.
Journaling can be a useful tool for writing down your thoughts on the application of God’s word. However, journaling without direction and purpose can become taxing over time as you try to find things to write about. Bible Journals provide the tools and content you need to help you enjoy your journaling experience. Your journaling experience can be just you or with friends and family. It can be once a day or a few times a day, but the structured approach and tools are here for you.
Here are the basics on how we can help.
Read pre-planned content, which can be in the form of scriptures, video, audio or other content. Meditate on the content for a few moment and think about how it makes you feel. Reflect on how the content speaks to you and how you can use it to become more like Jesus. How can you change your thinking, actions and your approach to life and your surroundings as a result of reading the content?
Write about how it makes you feel. Write about your past experiences as it relates to the content. Write about how you could have handled those experiences differently now that you have read this information. Write a prayer thanking God for allowing you to read and understand this content. Ask Him for the strength to take what your have read and use it to be more like His son Jesus.
Remember your feelings when you come back and read what you have written. Share the memories with someone else and give them an opportunity to experience your thoughts on the topic. Use this to reflect back and determine if you were able to accomplish the change you wrote about. Use it as an opportunity to thank God for the insight and his relentless love and grace to you.
Create a Journal and link it to your Journal Plan
By linking a plan to your journal you can take advantage of scheduled content
Bible Journals provide the ability to journaling based on PrePlanned content. Content is made up of the audio, video, text or other interactive materials. Virtually any source of materials can be converted to a journal plan and subsequently used to journal.
Pre-planned and scheduled content
Journal plans allow individuals and organizations to build content for users to read (watch/listen) and write about during a specified period of time. Journal plans can range in length from a week to a year.
Journal Entry Post
Read,Write and Remember
PrePlanned Journals provide the ability to build a journaling site based on PrePlanned content. Content is made up of the audio, video, text or other interactive materials. Virtually any type of content can be converted to a planned journal. Including, books, white papers and study materials.
Journalist can share journals or specific entries within the journal with friends and family. Journals are designed to have multiple journalist within a single journal. The additional journalist permissions will variety based on the permissions assigned by the journal owner.
Post your thoughts and share them with other members, family and friends. Or keep them all to yourself. Your journal entries are all your's but you can use our public areas to share with others. Our "Poet's corner" and "Writer's Block" allow you to share specific entries with all viewers.
Bible Study Tool
Full bible reading tools with commentary and definitions
Bible journals provides a full bible study tool which allows you to read the bible verses along with other tool to help you better understand.
Our tools include...
- Definitions - read definitions form the various dictionaries which are provided
- Topics - view topics text from major topical indexes
- Commentaries - view scripture commentaries by verse
- Treasury of Scripture Knowledge (TSK) - also know as the Treasury of David.
Additionally, we also provide the ability to read the bible chapter by chapter via the "Bible Reader". We also have a full outline of the bible books along with short descriptions of each via the "Bible Books" diagram.