Scripture Writing Plan

Scripture Writing Plan for January – Spiritual Gardening: Soil

{Thank you to Julie S. for this writing plan!} The dust of the earth, or soil, is not all the same everywhere. Some factors affecting the type of soil in an area are the climate, the parent rock, and the surrounding natural vegetation. Most soils are a mixture of various percentages of sand, silt and …

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Introducing the 2021 Scripture Writing Plan: Spiritual Gardening …and Planner!

{Thank you to Julie S. for this post, writing plan, and planner!} The gospels record about 30 parables told by the Lord Jesus. Instead of speaking plainly so that his meaning was obvious, he chose to tell stories that required some thought to understand. Kerry Walters in his book “Growing God” says: “Head knowledge operates …

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“His Priorities” Verse Writing Plan for October

{Thank you to Julie S. for this verse writing plan.} He put the Kingdom of God first. He prized character above economics. He saw the chief enemy of character as riches. Covetousness was ruining the spirit of the Kingdom. Jesus could see what was really important for the good of humanity and put that first. Character …

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“His Fearlessness” Verse Writing Plan for August

{Thank you to Julie S. for this verse writing plan.} He was fearless. Jesus was not afraid to speak out against the oppression, hypocrisy, corruption, and injustice he saw around him. He was a disturbing personality to the leaders at the time. He sought to introduce a better and nobler type of spirituality when they were …

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“His Discipline” Verse Writing Plan for July

{Thank you to Julie S. for this verse writing plan.} He was disciplined. Jesus developed his character through the temptations he conquered by obedience. Power is always accompanied by the temptation to misuse it, and the more power, the more temptation. Jesus was given remarkable powers, but he never used them for selfish purposes because he …

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“His Endurance” Verse Writing Plan for May

{Thank you to Julie S. for this verse writing plan.} If anyone had to endure adverse circumstances, it was Jesus. He was misunderstood, maligned, and plotted against. He helped others to the point of his own exhaustion. He knew what crucifixion was and that it awaited him. He never complained or was shaken from his …

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“His Indignation” Verse Writing Plan for March

{Thank you to Julie S. for this verse writing plan.} Our anger is often due to personal resentment, making us feel ashamed of anger. But there are many good reasons to be angry. Jesus was indignant at those evils that were ruining people: vices, dishonesty, hypocrisy, pride… Without an abhorrence of evil, kindness becomes meaningless. …

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“God Is…” Verse Writing Plan for December

{Thank you to Julie S. for this verse writing plan.} God is a Father.  God is our God forever.  This month’s Scripture writing plan focuses on two more attributes of God.  (For last month’s verse list see: https://www.magnifyhimtogether.com/2019/10/30/god-is-verse-writing-plan-for-november/.)  Take some time each day to write a verse out by hand.  Each verse can provide meaningful …

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