TheSmallSeed has a lovely new study guide for February (you can download it here). I knew I would be looking it over just from the title and the questions did not disappoint. I wanted to include it in my scripture journal, so I ask permission and manipulated the download and shared it with you here.
All I did was make space to write, so it's a few pages longer. You will need both to use the study guide, but I thought I would walk you through my current study process. I use my computer and phone constantly when I study. I love my paper scriptures, but the convenience of using technology is one I take full advantage of. With the study guide open on the computer, I can click the links provided in the study guide to the scriptures and talks. It's such a great feature, and I appreciate the time and effort that goes into the study guide.
However, I find that I prefer to journal, especially my scripture journal by hand. It slows my brain and allows me to hear the Spirit as I am more quiet. Now I know this won't work for everyone, so record the things you learn and impressions in whatever way helps you.
I printed the study guide I altered two pages per shipping label and am adding the pages in as I work. Normally I would add them all in at once, but I am leaving a little more room for writing as I am already off on a tangent and I know I will need more. I also didn't add them in order; I'm okay with that as well. Work at your own pace and just enjoy the process.
The Moleskine I use is about 8" x 4". This allows me to use half sheets of paper which I like to add additional text or scriptures and insert into my journal. I probably should have added this to my bigger full-size scripture journal, but I love the compact size of this smaller version. I have liked using a date stamp at the end of every study session just to keep track of where and when I am studying as I tend to skip around in my journal.
It's the same old process I have been doing for a while now, but if you have any more questions, please let me know.
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