As I continue my ongoing study of the Bible Lesson, some of you have remarked you like to see my study notes, so you can check out my recent ones in this post. These are the ideas that struck me as most needing to be contemplated.
With my returning, refurbished fountain pen craze, my notes are becoming increasingly more interesting to look at (compare the top photo below to the bottom one), which is good, especially for reviewing purposes. For now, I’m sticking with all black ink, but am contemplating departing from that, maybe when I get my next notebook.
Regular study of the Bible Lesson is one of the most formative things I do. If you’d like to ponder the same Bible Lessons I do, you can obtain it here. This content can be challenging at times, since the concepts are so large and non-material, but when you deeply think about what it contains, it packs a huge a blessing beyond what you can even begin to imagine.
I find your summary notes helpful and inspiring. Also a work of art😊💕I like that you keep them to one page. They can be printed out and highlighted, stuffed in my pocket and glanced at in quick or long moments of stillness and silence 🎄🌊💕😊👍
I agree with Dea! My first thought was to put one in a frame and hang it on a wall.
You don’t need to actually read the words from across the room to understand what its saying. I dig the change of pens, boxes, lines, arrows and gentle art associated with it. It looks natural, not contrived. Boku wo shinjite.