Wednesday, December 1, 2021

The Daily Bible Project

The Daily Bible Project
Publisher: Ink and Willow
ISBN: 9780593233023

This is the first time I've had the opportunity to review one of Ink and Willow's items. They've got some really neat gift products! They sent me The Daily Bible Project for review.


About The Daily Bible Project

For anyone looking to deepen their spiritual walk by reading through the Bible in a year, this keepsake journal offers a reading schedule with daily Scripture assignments and room to record three years' worth of responses.

Derived from the popular Daily Question series, The Daily Bible Project follows the same three-year structure in this new keepsake journal. Instead of a prompt, however, each page offers a Scripture reading assignment for the day, along with brief journaling spaces to fill with your favorite verses or your own questions and revelations experienced while reading. 

The daily reading plan is specially designed to keep you on track but not overwhelmed:
    The daily readings are chronological but include chapters from the Old and New Testaments.
    Each day's reading prompt assigns roughly three chapters of Scripture.
    You'll read through the entire Bible each year, for three years.
    Indicating just the Scripture reference, the journal can be used with any Bible translation or version.

With room for three years' worth of responses, The Daily Bible Project offers a unique opportunity to track your spiritual growth and progress year over year.

My Review:

If you planning to work your way through the Bible in a year, The Daily Bible Project is a journal you're going to want to have on hand. There are many things to love about it. It's rather compact. The cover is somewhere between a hard and soft cover. Mine came with a small crease so it's not a very "hard" cover.

I'm going to go through and share the different points about the journal that I plan to enjoy.

First, there aren't specific dates on each page. That way, if you randomly decide to start reading through the Bible on April 15th, you don't have to worry that you're not starting on Jan 1st. At the top of each page are the readings. I appreciate that it's laid out so easily that we don't have to use more than one book.

Because this covers three years there are three small section to write in on each page. You can write the date and then thoughts on the Scripture you read. There are a few lines for each day's reading, but you can't write a lot, but some short ideas, questions, and insights. What I like about having these all on one page is that over the three years as you can compare any new insights you might gain next to what you've written the previous years.

I like how the pages are very simple in appearance and the colors are cohesive throughout. The cover is very striking in beautiful and I love the gold foil. The banner for the date along with extra pages of Biblical stats or wonderful tidbits such as the Names For God are in the same coloring as the cover. Really beautiful!

I'm looking forward to getting started with this at the start of the year! I'm hoping I will put it to good use and be able to look back on it over the years and see what I've learned and how I've grown in my walk. This would definitely make a lovely gift. 

About the Publisher:

Ink & Willow products infuse contemplation and inspiration into the regular spiritual practice of creative-minded Christians, wherever they are in their faith journey. Each thoughtfully curated gift product is based in biblical truth and sparks a reminder of how God reveals beauty in the midst of our ordinary.


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