Are you stuck in a rut in your quiet time with God? Or do you want to start having a daily quiet time but don’t know where to begin?
This month on Live It Out With The Planning Woman, I will highlight a few tools and techniques to make your quiet time more meaningful. Whether you are new to having a quiet time or you’ve spent time with the Lord for a while, these tools and techniques will give you greater insight into God and His Word.
In this week’s episode, I’m talking about Scripture Writing. Maybe you’ve heard of Scripture Writing and wondered what it was. Perhaps you’ve seen various Scripture Writing plans online or on Pinterest.
Scripture Writing is just what it sounds like…writing out scriptures. You could basically pick out any place in the Bible and start writing out the verses. But as you might guess, though, I like to have an organized plan.
Back in 2016, I started writing out scriptures because of a need I had to grow deeper in my relationship with God. I wanted something that got me in the Word in a deeper way than just reading a few verses from a devotional book. So, I saw these Scripture Writing Plans on Pinterest that put different passages together by theme. And they were set up so you’d have 30 days of scripture passages to write on that theme.
At that time, I was already blogging and looking for a way to help my readers grow closer to God. So, I began producing them for the first time in 2017. The response was so great that I have been producing them ever since. 2022 marks my sixth year of offering them through my website.
Listen to the rest of episode 122 to learn how to get started with writing Scripture or uplevel your current Scripture writing practice.
In This Episode, We Cover:
- How Jennifer picks out themes and verses for the monthly Scripture Writing Plans.
- How God has used these Scripture Writing Plans in the lives of those who use them.
- Six ways to uplevel your Scripture Writing practice.