Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Prayer journal scribbles - Beyond the border



*Click on the image and read some life (Mk 12: 32-34, The Message)



Joining Emily today
Imperfect prose

22 comments:

Amy said...

Love it. The scripture and the border and the beyond the border.

Brian Miller said...

nice...some great scripture and i love your doodles...abide in that vine....

Joy Lake said...

Love it. Love the scribblings too <3

Ostriches Look Funny said...

I love visiting here. I love your journal, it's really a treasure. Do you go back and read it often?
XoXOXOXO!

Joybird said...

Yay! Jodi has her journal out! I love it when you share your journal with us. Dig deep and go beyond the borders indeed. It really isn't enough to know and not do.

The Tame Lion said...

Absolutely fantastic!

Happy moments, praise God.
Difficult moments, seek God.
Every moment, thank God.

Vicki said...

you know madam curious, i have been thinking about doing this too. i am always torn on whether to blog or not, since i have a computer addiction issue...but, i thought if i did a journal with drawings, then just upload to blogs like you have...well, it would help. if i would just set a certain time on when to read blogs, instead of like all day to avoid housework, then i would be in a good place. i realize this comment is totally about me, and not about how awesome you are.

fyi- you are awesome, and i like you. i like your drawings, and everything else about you. very much.

Kim Hyland said...

"Loving Him with all passion and intelligence and energy . ." what a delightful thought, that this is what brings one near to the border of his kingdom! I enjoyed catching up on some of your posts this morning. Your blog is always such a rich place for my soul, Jodi. Thank you!

Kit said...

Hey Jodi!
I love seeing your journal. I especially love the little stars on the left page. And your writing. Thanks for showing us.

Jodi said...

JoAnn, yes I do go back and read them often. It helps, especially when going through spiritual dryness. I have a stack of them now. Maybe someday my grandchildren will want them.

Tamara @ Living Palm said...

i love every. single. thing about this post.

Jodi said...

Dear Madame Vicki, I don't mind if you talk about yourself in the comment! I like you, too--a lot! Now get yourself a journal and get scribbling. I KNOW you can write wonderfully well. Doodling in a prayer journal is not only a peaceful exercise, but it helps you concentrate on the Word and what you're praying about.

Rachel said...

Always enjoy when you share your prayer journal. Have a blessed week. :-)

Rayanne said...

Oh this is so inspiring! I love looking at other peoples journals.
I pick mine up and journal some days and then I just stop. This post made me want to go get mine out and start up again for about the "thousandth" time! Thanks sweety.

Cathy said...

Clever, to feel, think and create beyond the margins...

Leslie said...

i love your artwork... it brings me joy.

Julie said...

Your journal is gorgeous! Just like you!

Emily Young said...

I just love your prayer journals... the illustration of trees is full of peace.

emily wierenga said...

your writing is so beautiful... i love seeing how your heart bleed ink across page. and how i want to reach the border--no, to cross it! thank you friend. love you.

joanny said...

Jodi:

Once I was interviewing a woman whom I was asked to do a write up about her, I asked her at the end of the interview, what "integrity " might to her in her career -- her answer was revealing, she said never say in private what you would not say in public. and never make a promise you will or cannot keep.
Here is your personal private journal and revealing your inner most thoughts,, your private world is beautiful and filled with moments of strength and solidly planted.
God's good graces to you and a Happy Mothers Day. Love your artful embellishments.

joanny

Southern Gal said...

Beautiful...as always.

Kristi in the Western Reserve said...

Happy Mother's Day.........Lovely journal.

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