With All My … Impossibilities

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This morning as I was listening to my audible devotional, I felt God impress upon me a certain truth:

He is God of the impossible.

What does this mean?

It means that while we are not to walk blindly into trouble, we can face trouble without fear because HE is our God.

It means that when faced with seemingly impossible odds, we need not lose hope, because HE is our God.

It means that He is not bound by the laws of this world. He can make the dead rise. He can feed a multitude with less than it takes to feed a few. He can turn water into wine. He can heal the gravely sick. He can bless our efforts with abundance beyond expectation. He can protect us from evil. He can forgive even the darkest of sins.

Whatever we are facing. Whatever we have been through. Whatever we are striving for. He is with us through it all. His love is there to comfort us. His strength is there to support us. His wisdom is there to guide us. His grace is there to bless us.

We are not alone. We are with the God of the impossible.

Just a small part of the scriptures that help bring this point home:

Exodus – Chapter 14

Daniel – Chapter 3

Daniel – Chapter 6

Matthew – Chapter 14

Mark – Chapters 15 & 16

Luke – Chapter 5 verses 1-26

John – Chapter 11 verses 1-44


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We are not alone. We are with the God of the impossible.

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With All My … Bible Journaling

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Today I’m sharing a bit of bible journaling I recently completed in Deuteronomy 29. It features a tip-in which is something I haven’t tried before. I’m reasonably happy with how it turned out. I like that it gives me extra space to focus on more parts of the scripture than I would otherwise have.

Page with the tip-in closed.

I made the tip-in by cutting a piece of cardstock to size and using washi tape to attach it. I like the washi tape because it is not only pretty, but also fairly forgiving if I need to make an adjustment to my original placement.

Page with the tip-in open.

I also used a couple stickers I bought on sale at Michael’s and although I drew the eyes myself, I did find an image online to inspire me and help me get the proportions correct. The pink of the heart is my first time using my new watercolor pencils.

Let’s chat!

What do you think? Do you do Bible journaling? Have you tried a tip-in?


Do you bible journal? Try using a tip-in! #scriptureart