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Scripture Journaling 2 Cor 3:18


I just finished week 3 of His Kingdom Come bible study.
Our scripture:
 
We have a song each week as well.  This week was:
Dan Moen- Let Your Glory Fall
I immediately envisioned God's Glory falling on me from heaven!
What an awesome feeling!!
So that's what I've created.
 I started by coloring my gesso'd page with gelato's using my water brush by Altered Pages.
Below I added clouds with my Liquitex texture paste and my finger.
 I added my details next. I had this girl I had drawn and I didn't like the background she was on-so I cut her out and glued her on this page. Like her much better!!

 Journaling with scripture is a wonderful way to help me memorize the verses and really meditate on them all week. I love it!  I hope this encourages you to try it.


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