Coloring pages can be a great way to relieve stress and meditate on God’s Word. Perfect for all ages, this free printable coloring page is sure to be a beautiful reminder of God’s unfailing love for us. This coloring page is versatile in that it can be used for an adult, a child, or both at once! With the surge of Bible journaling in recent years, there is more than ample evidence that combining artistic expression with God’s Word is a wonderful way to grow your spiritual walk.
In addition to providing you with this lovely free printable coloring page, this article will give you some Bible journaling ideas and recommended reading to get you started.
3 Ways to Use This Page:
1. Prayer Journaling
Incorporate this Bible verse coloring page into your daily devotional! After completing your reading, begin coloring to clear your mind and pray as you work through each flower. Meditate on the Scriptures God has put on your heart. Not sure where to start? No regular devotional? No worries! Just check out the recommended reading listed below. When you’ve finished coloring for the day (no rush to get it all done at once! This is meant to be relaxing.) wrap things up by journaling your prayers on the back of the page or a journal like this one. Later on, you can reference back to what you were praying for and see how you’ve grown and changed!
2. Mommy & Me Coloring and Bible Time
Coloring together can be excellent bonding time for you and your child as well as an opportunity to teach them to love the Lord. While coloring together, you can talk to your child about Jesus’s love for us and examples of God’s love at work in the Bible as well as your own life. You can also use this Bible verse coloring page to keep their hands busy and nurture artistic interest while you read them stories from the Bible!
3. Bible Study/Journaling + Recommended Reading
Check out these verses about God’s love and promises to you! The back of the coloring page can be used to journal thoughts, prayers, and feelings. Alternatively, check out a journaling Bible like this one. One method for memory retention is writing out the Scriptures you want to keep close to your heart. Get artistic and add some doodles and calligraphy! There are tons of mini-tutorials online about handlettering and Bible study doodles that could be fun to learn.
2 Tim 1:7
1 John 4
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