Abide Bible – Day 3 in The Gospel of John

January 28, 2021
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Day 3

Journaling can be a conversation with God.

Journaling Scripture enables you to reflect on your raw thoughts and feelings with the Holy Spirit as your guide. As you read Scripture, you slow down and ask God questions, search for patterns, and develop your thoughts more clearly.

Today’s video guides you through a passage in John 3 and invites you to explore your thoughts and feelings through the practice of journaling.

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8 replies on “Abide Bible – Day 3 in The Gospel of John”

I just come to find this bible teaching . It’s new to me that kind of bible teaching I never knew what it was to pray according to bible, & journal I so appreciate we are learning new things every day
Thank you for this well explain. Teaching . Praise God. And blessings to you and your family

This method of bible study is really interesting.praying the word has bn an issue cos atimes I struggle to get something out of what I read but now things that means nothing are coming together meaningfully.and interesting.thank you so much.Lord thank you.

I learn to appreciate God in my life, because when God is wt you, you don’t have to worry so when John said “let him increase and I decrease” meaning let her presence not be felt but only Jesus presence be felt.

Journaling is so helpful as it helps you focus and clarify your thoughts, especially in praying to our Father in heaven. If I feel something is important enough to think about and rejoice in, it’s probably worth writing down. If I am convicted of sin, I confess it in writing. Much of the Bible is a journal if you think about it.

I enjoyed how you pulled out things in me I did not recognize I struggled with. I always have a problem answering questions that seem to require deep thought. I am enjoying this Bible reading and breaking down process to really see what the meanings are in scripture.

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