The past few months have been a whirlwind for me. We’ve had some unexpected changes and it’s been almost more than I can handle.
The only journal I’ve really been keeping up with lately is what I call my heaven journal.
I read in the scriptures every morning as part of my morning routine. I start my scripture study time each morning by writing down a question I have about something in my life. Then I read. It never fails, I receive an answer or insight every time.
As an example, some of my questions from this week’s study:
- How can I focus on being happy today?
- How can I be more productive with my time?
- How can I be patient with my kids?
- How can I move my business forward without worrying so much?
- How can I be more confident?
It’s amazing to look back through my journal and see evidence of God’s hand in my life. Often, I get answers that are action items, so I have saved a few pages at the front of my journal for my spiritual to-do list, so those action items don’t get lost in the pages of my journal. Here’s a peek at what my current Spiritual Action List looks like.
Do you use a journal for scripture study? If so, I’d love to hear your about your process and what you include.
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