Journibles. The 17:18 Series.

Handwriting your own copy of the Bible will both minister to your spiritual needs (as you feed on the Word of God, His laws are written on the fleshy tables of your heart – 2 Corinthians 3:3), plus leave a legacy to family members who may not yet know Christ.

A treasure: I’m eagerly waiting for my copies of John and Psalm 119 (from the Journibles 17:18 notebook series) to arrive so I can start on this new project from God.

Biblias, libros y sus diseños

Idea

Have you ever thought writing your own copy of the Scriptures? Have you ever thought being an “scribe” (in the good sense)? Do you love Bible journaling? Do you have a love for paper? This book is worthy of your consideration! This book is right for you!

IMG_5119My father has handwritten four copies of the entire Bible! He is still now on his fifth copy: one for each child. He has written them on notebook sheets and then he sent them to be wired. Oh if he had known this fantastic series of books…!

IMG_5121IMG_5126Reformation Heritage Books, Rob Wynalda and Fullquiver have became real a beautiful idea: writing your own copy of the Holy Scriptures. Certainly, there is a Scriptural reason: Deut 17:18, which gives name to this serie.

Now it shall come about when he sits on the throne of his kingdom, he shall write for himself a…

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13 thoughts on “Journibles. The 17:18 Series.

  1. This is a great idea! But I have very poor handwriting and I’m afraid my family would be challenged to make sense out of my scribble. I will post this so the message can reach a wider audience.

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