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Be Still Journal - Gold Foil

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Be Still Journal - Gold Foil

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The Be Still Journal - Gold Foil is a guided journal for intentional Bible study and can be used on its own or with any Bible study, devotional, or reading plan. 

This journal includes several sections for each day to help point you to the Lord in all of Scripture. These sections include, Be Still, Abide, Adore, and Apply. 

Featuring a durable leatherette cover with gold foil script and floral illustrations, you can fill this journal’s 200 pages with notes, prayers, and great ideas!

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Natalia
Great resources to digest Scripture!!

I received this journal as a gift from my now husband when we were dating. I has help me dig into Scripture in a structured way. A great thing is that you can apply it to any verse you are reading!

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Carla B.
Be Still Journal

This was so lovely and will be ordering one more as a gift because it was so lovely.

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Beth E.
Journal Deepens Faith

The Be Still Journal has helped me to deepen my faith. The way it is laid out with prompts has helped me to focus during my quiet time each morning. The journal helps to focus on just 1-3 verses at a time and causes me to go deeper in my understanding of the verse(s). I really love the last 2 prompts which are adoration & application of the verses. They help lead me into worship & prayer. The construction of the journal is good quality - it’s a hardback journal that lays flat for writing. I would recommend it to everyone seeking more focus & application in their quiet time.

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Lynda G.
Be Still Journal

I got the Be Still Journal for my daughter for her birthday. I thought it was lovely and just the right design she would like. It was well made. Thank you for a great gift for her birthday.

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Kate
Sermon Notes

I bought this for taking sermon notes instead of using the paper bulletins provided by my church which inevitably get bent, lost, and misplaced. Plus I’m not a big fan of loose stacks of paper hanging around my house. The format of the journal flows well with sermon notes. Now I can keep them in one place. It’s got a pretty cover too!