Inside My Bible Study and Prayer Bullet Journal

In a post last week, I talked about how I had started a Bible Study and Prayer journal, and also how I had attempted to combine that journal with my regular BuJo…and it failed.  So I thought I’d share with you what my Bible study and prayer journal looks like!

My journal is just a boring cheap one purchased from Walmart for about $3.  But I knew I wanted it to be functional and lined so that I could write out my prayers, take notes, make lists, and etc.

So lets dig right in!

I used the first 3 full pages as my index, simply drawing a line down the page to separate page numbers from a description of what is on each page.  While I generally write in this journal each day, the index is not something I’m adding each day onto.  I only add the things that I know I’ll want to reference later.

Like this, this list of verses is something I know I’ll want to refer back to, so this page goes on my index.  You’ll notice that next to some of the verses there is a page number.  That refers to the page of the day when I reflected and studied that verse.  It’s somewhat like an index for just that list of verses.

This is what I typically do on a day.  I’ll date the page, reference the verses I’ve read, and sometimes write them out if they are not too long. Then I’ll write out a little bit of an application, or what I’m feeling in terms of the verses I’ve read. Then I generally write out my prayers.  Some days they are short like this, but on others they can go several pages.

I’ve also added in a few things like this, worksheets and infographics I’ve found on Pinterest that I want to remember or go over later.

Or added notes from online sermons, videos or radio programs.

And even added things from books that I’ve been reading.

I keep my journal along with a color code index card, my bible and marking pens in this this planner cover I purchased from Target.  It included a planer for 2016-2017, but since I no longer use planners like that, I needed a new use for the cover!

My journal fits perfectly on one side, my bible on the other, and the zipper pocket on the front is a great place to hold my highlighting pens.

So I hope this was helpful to those of you wanting to start a Bible Study journal!

Stay addicted Bullet Journal-Aholics!


8 thoughts on “Inside My Bible Study and Prayer Bullet Journal

  1. I really love the idea of keeping an index in front of your bible journal. I always see people at church and Bible Study with journals, sometimes even multiple, ha and it always makes me want to start. Now that I’ve read your post, I think it’s time to make it a goal to use a journal more for spiritual needs. It could be a fantastic tool and motivating. Great post once again!


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