Wisdom in Relationships: Scripture Writing + Bible Reading Plan

This month’s scripture writing plan will take you through the book of Proverbs. Proverbs is full of wisdom on a variety of topics, but this plan’s focus is specifically wisdom in relationships. Find someone you can share this plan with, do it with a friend or a with a group!

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Study & Memorization Guide: Romans 12

This month’s plan is a little different than our previous scripture writing plans. At Radiantly Brave we believe it is vital to hide God’s Word in your heart and commit it to memory. We encourage you to use this guide to write Chapter 12 of the book of Romans upon your heart.

Memorizing scripture can sometimes be an intimidating task. Here are a few of my tips that help me in memorizing scripture:
1. Find someone to memorize scripture with. This can be someone in your home or it can be a friend. Kaitlyn and I have worked through this plan together and it was so helpful to have someone to encourage me and hold me accountable to the memorizing the verses. I also have a group chat of girls and we have started quoting the scripture we are memorizing to each other even though we are all memorizing different verses/chapters. This really helps to hold each of accountable to one another and it encourages us to keep pressing forward.
2. Be flexible. Kaitlyn and I dedicated ourselves to memorizing one new verse every other day. This was helpful because it gave us more time to meditate over the verse and not feel overwhelmed as we eased ourselves into the rhythm of memorizing scripture. If you miss a day, don’t sweat it, just pick up where you left off the next day. If you need to break your verse into smaller chunks… do so! Memorize a phrase or half of a verse one day and do the next phrase or other half the next day.
3. Use mnemonics. Mnemonics are different things you can use to help you commit something to memory. Some people put their verse to a beat/rhythm. Check out @hunterbeless on Instagram to see how she uses this technique with her children. Others who are more musically inclined find putting it to a melody helps them memorize. You can find @melodicallymemorizing on Instagram who turns scripture into song. One of my favorite techniques I learned from @shieldandportion on Instagram is to use the first letter from each verse as a cue to help you. For example if I was memorizing Romans 12:1 (CSB) which reads, “Therefore, brothers and sisters, in view of the mercies of God, I urge you to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God; this is your true worship.” I would write the following on a piece of paper or on my hand/wrist: T, BAS, IVOTMOG, IUYTPYBAALS, HAPTG; TIYTW. I actually preferring taking a pen and writing this right onto my skin so I carry it with me throughout the day. Not only does it help me to make sure I’m remember/memorizing the verse correctly, when I catch a glimpse of the letters it prompts me to review and practice it. A lot of people find writing it out on index cards help. You can put them in your purse, your car, etc.
4. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. When it comes to memorization repetition is your friend. This is for those of you who struggle with memorizing (me!) and those of you who are able to memorize quickly. Repetition is what’s going to wire the verse into your long-term memory, which is the goal. Short-term memory is not where we want our verses because that means in a day or week they will be gone from our memory. When I initially memorize a verse I read it aloud to myself ten times. Then I write it out. After that I recite it 10 times. If I have to repeat smaller chunks of the verse before I can put it all together I do. But, when I get to reciting it the ten times my goal is to do that without any peaks or clues. When it’s a new day I review the verses I’ve learned for that chapter/week before moving onto a new one.

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Scripture Writing Plan – Straightway: Faith to Do

Faith requires action. As you dive into this scripture writing plan we pray that you will put your faith into action and be a doer. Don’t just read God’s Word… Obey it.

Download the floral version here and the B&W version here. We encourage you to share these plans with your friends and dive into God’s Word together. Use these plans as a way to hold each other accountable to getting into the Word daily.

Scripture Writing Plan – Attributes of God

This scripture writing plan focuses on just a handful of the attributes of God. Every five days you will dive into a different characteristic of God. Take your time in this study and ask God to show you who He is. Meditate on how you can find comfort, encouragement, peace, joy, and hope in knowing who God is each day.

Click here for the floral version and click here for the B&W version. The black and white version is great for women who don’t care for florals, but it’s also great for any guys in your life.

Scripture Writing: The Supremacy of Christ

This month’s free scripture writing and Bible reading plan is all about the Supremacy of Christ.

Supremacy is defined as the state or condition of being superior to all others in authority, power, or status. As you read and write through this month’s plan we pray that you will be in awe of Christ and His unmatched supremacy.

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Go Ye: Scripture Writing + Bible Reading Plan

Did you know that if you are a Christian, God has called you to be a missionary? Not all missionaries go overseas and witness to people in the far corners of the earth; although that is necessary and very important. However, some missionaries never leave their home town. Jesus commands His followers to go and make disciples. For some Christians our “go ye” looks like being a witness to your family, to your little ones, to your coworkers, to your friends, to the stranger you pass on the street. For some our “go ye” looks like handing out gospel tracts or doing street evangelism, or going to a foreign country. And for others our “go ye” looks like being a faithful prayer warrior and financially supporting others in their missionary work.

A missionary is defined as a person sent on a mission. If you are a Christian, Jesus has given you a the most important mission: share the gospel.

Your workplace? A mission field in need of the good news of Jesus.
Your family? A mission field in need of the good news of Jesus.
Your children? A mission field in need of the good news of Jesus.
Your neighborhood? A mission field in need of the good news of Jesus.
Your shopping center? A mission field in need of the good news of Jesus.
Your social media accounts? A mission field in need of the good news of Jesus.
Your community? A mission field in need of the good news of Jesus.
Every continent. Every country. Every province/state. Every city. Every town. Every village. Every tribe. Every nation. All people of all languages need the good news of Jesus.

You are called to be a missionary right now, right where you’re at.

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Valerie loves going on adventures, spending time in nature, and getting lost in the wonders of God’s creation. She works in the 6th grade resource room at the local middle school, co-runs a faith-based youth mentoring program, and is actively involved in Bible camp ministry. Valerie loves mentoring other women, teens and children. She has an obsession with pens and stocking up on beautiful journals. Valerie’s greatest joy is sharing Jesus with others. Her greatest desire is to know Him more deeply and make Him known. You can find her on Instagram @valerieeejayyy

Scripture Writing: The Righteousness of God

This month’s plan is all about God’s righteousness.

Righteousness is defined as the quality of being morally right or justifiable.

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Valerie loves going on adventures, spending time in nature, and getting lost in the wonders of God’s creation. She works in the 6th grade resource room at the local middle school, co-runs a faith-based youth mentoring program, and is actively involved in Bible camp ministry. Valerie loves mentoring other women, teens and children. She has an obsession with pens and stocking up on beautiful journals. Valerie’s greatest joy is sharing Jesus with others. Her greatest desire is to know Him more deeply and make Him known. You can find her on Instagram @valerieeejayyy