Aug 31, 2015

Creating #hybriddigitaljournaling #HDJ for Printing on Vellum

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I used digital scrapbooking products to create a page to fit in my journaling Bible and printed it on vellum.  It is considered a Hybrid Bible Journaling Page or HBJ.  The below page was created using Robin's products at Digiscrap Delights on Etsy.

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It has been a long time since I have read about Nable and I appreciated the opportunity to spend time in the Word.

Plumb - Resurrection (Official Lyric Tile Video)

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....everything is new!  ... You're promises are true!

Dear God

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DEAR GOD:
I want to thank You for what you have already done.
I am not going to wait until I see results or receive rewards;
I am thanking you right now.

I am not going to wait until I feel better or things look better; I am thanking you right now.
I am not going to wait until people say they are sorry or until they stop talking about me;
I am thanking you right now.

I am not going to wait until the pain in my body disappears; I am thanking you right now.
I am not going to wait until my financial situation improves; I am going to thank you right now.
I am not going to wait until the children are asleep and the house is quiet;
I am going to thank you right now.

I am not going to wait until I get promoted at work or until I get the job;
I am going to thank you right now.
I am not going to wait until I understand every experience in my life that has caused me pain or grief; I am thanking you right now.
I am not going to wait until the journey gets easier
or the challenges are removed;
I am thanking you right now.

I am thanking you because I am alive.
I am thanking you because I made it through the day's difficulties.
I am thanking you because I have walked around the obstacles.
I am thanking you because I have the ability and the opportunity to do more and do better.
I'm thanking you because FATHER, YOU haven't given up on me.

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How to astound oneself . . .a quote

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"If we did all the things we are capable of doing we would truly astound ourselves."
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Chatter & Layouts - August 2015

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An InLinkz Link-up


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It's been too slow around here.  July was the slowest month with so few layouts submitted.  Will August and back to school change things?

#digitalbiblejournaling #illustraitedfaith #bibilejournaling Imagine Never Worrying!

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Phillipians 4_6,7

This month at His Kingdom Come for the Take Me Deeper devotions has been about gratitude.  I have not had a chance to scrap all month, but today is the last day of the month and the anniversary of my first Digital Bible Journaling and so I woke up wanting to sink into God's Word again.

As always, just read my graphic for my time studying and thoughts on the verse.

However, I want to share one of those life lessons I learned as a teenager through the example of my Dad.  He never said it, but I observed it in his actions.  Whenever things were majorly wrong, such as when my brother would wreck his car or get seriously injured on his motorcycle, I always expected him to loose it, but he never did.  He was always calm through the situation.  I learned that when things are out of my control, there was nothing to worry about, so calmness avails.  However, when small things that were in my control needed to be fixed or decision needed to be made, my worry and stress takes an upward swing.  I tend to react to big troubles the same as my Dad and little troubles the same as my Dad.

If only I could give those little troubles to God and relax in His control the way I do big troubles, I could rest in that peace of God that passes all understanding at all times.

Altered Amanda Studio had given me another amazing kit to work with and I had a variety of ideas of how to apply it, but then when I realized all the things we worry about would fit into the "village" theme, the ideas for this layout all came together.  Although this In the Village bundle is not specifically a faith art kit, it has a lot of really cool elements to work with that can be applicable.