Regardless of whether you are a grown-up or a teenager, you may appreciate perceiving how your Christian confidence develops (and wavers) throughout the long term. Consider keeping a journal of your confidence venture. It’s basic. Any notepad will do for bible journaling. You can utilize a decent locally acquired journal, a cheap notepad, or make your own.
Search for locales with composing prompts. Here are a couple of prompts to kick you off:
I am a Christian on the grounds that
My confidence is most grounded when
I can’t help thinking about why God
Put in a safe spot an aspect of your journal for drawing or sticking in pictures that are significant to your confidence.
Compose a depiction of yourself today. Every month or a half, do another “sketch.” See how you change after some time. Incorporate which church you have a place with, how you volunteer at your congregation, which Bible investigations you join in, and so forth.
Do a book survey sporadically. Have a go at exploring any book that impacts your confidence or point of view on God. Or then again have a go at doing an advanced book survey on one book of the Bible.
Record your most loved or most important Bible stanzas and tunes in your journal.
Dedicate a few pages as Thankfulness Pages. These are pages where you simply make arrangements of anything, huge or little for which you are grateful.
Petition demands and answers are indispensable to your journal. You might need to have a different journal for this.
Rundown every one of your solicitations and leave space to note what God’s reaction was. Allude to this aspect of your journal consistently, as you appeal to God for your solicitations.