“January Scripture Writing Plan: Renew. Refresh. Revive!” 1/01/2022 Written by Elihu Anderson for “Elihu’s Corner”

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Original post @   https://elihuscorner.com/2018/12/31/january-scripture-writing-plan-renew-refresh-revive/

January Scripture Writing Plan: Renew. Refresh. Revive!

December 31, 2018Elihu

2019 is just around the corner. Some people are making resolutions, others set goals, and many choose a “word for the year.”

Whatever you choose, make time each day to engage with God’s Word. If you aren’t sure where to begin, I’ve provided some links below with ideas on how to begin, whether you’re wanting to do memorization, study, or just simple daily reading.

How to Stick to Daily Bible Reading

How to get Started (or restarted) with Personal Bible Study

Why I Ditched My Bible Reading Plan

5 Benefits of Memorizing Scripture (and 4 ways to do it)

How to Memorize Long Scriptures

Another way to dig into the word is through copying the scripture on paper. This is my third month of setting up scripture writing plans and while I’ve had a few typos here and there, it’s been a delightful practice.

This month’s scripture writing plan centers around the idea of newness:

  • Renewing mind, heart, and spirit
  • Living as a new creation in Christ Jesus
  • Revival through God’s Word

For those new to scripture writing, the process is simple. Copy the scripture of the day into a journal or on paper. Write a sentence or more of reflection or simply underline words or phrases that stood out as you copied the passage.

I have found that certain concepts leap of the page as I copy each word because I am forced to slow down and consider it as I write.

Save the picture above to your phone or computer or click the link below to download a free black and white PDF.

January 2019 Scripture Writing

Special thanks to Liz Smith for proofreading my list! I am grateful for your help and insightful comments!

I want to thank all my readers and fellow bloggers for an awesome year in 2018. Thank you for reading my work, encouraging me in the faith, sharing my posts with others, and edifying me with your insights. I also want to thank my editors at The Courage for allowing me to be one of their regular contributors. May your New Year bring a deeper relationship with God the Father and our Lord Jesus Christ.

Published by Elihu

Elihu Anderson is a California refugee currently thriving on the West Texas plains. She is the founder of elihuscorner.com and is a contributor to Kirk Cameron’s website TheCourage.com. When she isn’t writing, reading, or teaching, she is sipping on some iced homemade chai and enjoying time with a good friend. Come by and say hi at elihuscorner.com or visit me on Facebook.com/elihuscorner View all posts by Elihu

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