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The Thinking Tree Thursday Spotlight Review (Purse Size Bible Study Journals)

The Thinking Tree has some nice little devotionals. They are purse size so yo can take them with you. 
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Sarah and her mom Georgia Janisse worked together creating these cute devotionals. Georgia wanted to give new believers something that would encourage them to read their Bible daily. Daily Bible reading and listening to the Lord is how we get to know Him more. It strengthens our walk with our Savior.

Included in these little treasure is a plan to read through the New Testament in 90 days (but of course you may read more or less).
On one side of the page there is a place to write a verse that touched your heart during your daily Bible reading. There is space for you to write the passage you read. At the top of the page is a verse. 

And as always with The Thinking Tree there's pictures to color!
On the opposite side of the page you can write something that touched your heart or what your special verse meant to you and a prayer.

Every week (if you use your devotional daily) there is a coloring page.

In the back of the devotional there are empty note pages - as you feel God speaking to you or have questions for Him, this is a great place to write them down. You can also make a prayer list to remember those in need. 

I like the - My Notes About pages because each two page spread has a different Fruit of the Spirit to meditate on.
What I plan to do is write the meaning of the word and add Bible verses that relate to it.
And My Notes About with space to write what's on your heart. 
All three books have the same interior pages. All you have to do is pick a cover you like best!

Because these beautiful journals are purse size you can take them with you wherever you go. Use a Bible app and have a set of gel pens in your purse to jot down notes, prayers, and verses.

Every devotional sold helps support Sarah's parents who are missionaries in the Ukraine.

Here are more purse sized books by The Thinking Tree.
You can find all these books HERE.
To read another post abut the purse sized devotional click HERE.
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  1. I don't have any of these purse sized devotions...AND I WANT ONE!!!

  2. I have a few on my wish list. I look forward to being able to get one and gift one. Thanks for sharing.


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