My Weekly Bible Journaling #18


What a crazy, busy week. We are trying to finish up a lot of things before our little one gets here. This pregnancy has flown by so fast and I just can’t wait to bring her home! Just 6 more days….

Here is what I studied and worked when I could this week as I am making my way through my Beautiful Word Coloring Bible:


I have been working my way through the book of Joshua and this is the first page I was able to paint this week. It took me a few days to get it where I like and call it finished. The verse is ‘The land on which your feet have walked will be your inheritance and that of your children forever, because you have followed the Lord my God wholeheartedly.” – Joshua 14:9

I used watercolors and made my very own tree! I think trees are the only thing I can free hand.

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“But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.” – Joshua 24:15

Just a small prion of a much larger verse but one that is so important.

Almost done with the book of Joshua! It is such an interesting book and I am really enjoying it!

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And now I am starting the book of Judges! It has been a long tie since I have read it and one of my favorite stories is in it. I a looking forward to seeing what the Lord wants to show me in this book…

I came across this stamp set I have had awhile by Bo Bunny. I love how it looks on this page with my distress inks.


Look what Hubby brought home this week! I cannot wait to get started in it. It is such a lovely book!

I hope you enjoying this journey with me this year. If you have been Bible Journaling leave me a link to  where you have your pages posted and I will be happy to check them out and leave them some love!

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  1. Carol ("Mimi") says:

    Your watercolor painting is quite beautiful! It must be very peaceful to read scripture, pray, and paint, all at the same time. The creativity merges with the spiritual journey.

  2. Jamie Oliver says:

    So lovely! I’ve wanted to start bible journaling, but I’m so nervous about messing it up. The first chapter of Joshua is one I go back to often.

    • Dani says:

      Don’t be nervous! You will mess up, you will make mistakes, and you will be messy. The point of creating art in your Bible is NOT to make the most beautiful artwork – it is to make a record of what God is putting on your heart. Believe me, I have messed up several times (at least in my eyes). But the Lord has taught me something even through that!

  3. Carol says:

    I am just getting started with Bible journaling and recently purchased a journaling Bible. I’m really new to this old but new again way of studying the Bible, and I’m enjoying a faith-based creative journal and a prayer journal…I have created both of these just recently. Your painting is beautiful, and I’m so glad you shared. My best wishes for an easy birth and a happy and healthy baby!


  4. Deborah says:

    Your pages are lovely and your tree is fantastic! It’s so fun to create something beautiful and to see other people’s work as well.

  5. makinghermama says:

    Great job! I just started experimenting with watercolor paints in my bible journaling this week. I love how they add to the artwork 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  6. createwithjoy says:

    Lovely journaling Dani – congrats – you’re featured at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy this week!

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