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.

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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

Scripture Writing: Prophecy Fulfilled & Yet to Be

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This month’s scripture writing takes us through the books of Matthew and 2 Thessalonians.

Check out our previous scripture writing and Bible reading plans:
James: How to Live For Christ
Patience
Prayer + Praise
Salvation: In Christ Alone
Keep Thyself Pure
Looking to Eternity

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: James

James: How to Live for Christ is a 5 week scripture writing and Bible reading plan. This plan is a little different than our other scripture writing plans, but they say variety is the spice of life. Instead of reading a different chapter each day, you will read the same chapter everyday for a week, write out the specified verses for that day, and you will have a memory verse for the week.

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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: Patience

Patience: The capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset

The Bible is full of examples of being patient, waiting on God, enduring, and forbearing others. In this scripture writing plan you will find selected verses on the topic of patience, but there are many more! Read these verses and the chapters they are found in, apply them to your life, pray them. I encourage you to dig into God’s Word and find examples of patience or even examples of impatience because we can learn from the mistakes of others. Being patient is not an always an easy task, but when we seek God and grow, the fruit of the Holy Spirit will be evident in our lives.


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Don’t forget to check out our other scripture writing plans HERE!

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

NEW Scripture Writing + Bible Reading Plan: Prayer + Praise

This month’s FREE scripture writing plan is all about prayer + praise!

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Are you unfamiliar with our scripture writing & Bible reading plans? Check out the introduction HERE.

You can also download our previous plans below:

Salvation: In Christ Alone
Keep Thyself Pure

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

Salvation: In Christ Alone (NEW SCRIPTURE WRITING!)



“Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!”


Jesus. The only one whose sacrifice is sufficient. Jesus. The only one that saves.
Not by works.
Not by good deeds.
Not by any good thing I have done.
Not by my heritage.
Not by my upbringing.
Not me.

Jesus.

This scripture writing plan will take you through the books of John, Ephesians, and Colossians with a focus on our Savior and the work He has done.

For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.




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Check out our other scripture writing/Bible reading plans!
Introduction to Scripture Writing: Looking to Eternity
Keep Thyself Pure

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

Keep Thyself Pure: Free Scripture Writing & Bible Reading Plan

Hello, friends!
The theme for this month’s freebie is keeping yourself pure. There is a download link for you below.

This plan will take you through the books of 1 Corinthians, 1+2 Timothy, Titus and Philemon.

An important aspect to the Christian’s life is emulating Christ. He was pure in every possible way. As humans we will never attain that perfect purity until we get to heaven. However, while living on earth we can still strive to be pure as Christ was. We should strive for purity because it ultimately brings God honor and glory.

Here is the download! Click here for a simple b&w version. 🙂

Shout out to my friend, who would like to remain anonymous, for providing the scripture references for this plan.

P.S. If you’re new to scripture writing or are completely unfamiliar with it, check out our post Introduction to Scripture Writing.

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

Introduction to Scripture Writing

How I Came to Love Scripture Writing and a FREE Scripture Writing & Bible Reading Plan!

What is scripture writing?

One of my favorite devotional styles is scripture writing. I first discovered scripture writing when one of my dearest friends gifted me a Journible for Christmas while I was in university. I had never even thought about writing the scripture as a way to meditate on the Word in my quiet time. There are different techniques and ways to do scripture writing, but the basis is that you set aside a few minutes of your day and write down a bible verse or group of verses.

Scripture writing techniques I’ve used and love!

Technique #1

As I mentioned earlier I was gifted a Journible and this was my first introduction to scripture writing. The link takes you to Amazon, but I’m sure you can find them in other places too. My first Journible took me through the books of 1 Timothy – Hebrews. I really loved the way the pages were set up. On the left page it has prompts to get you really thinking about what you’re writing and space to take notes or jot down questions. The right page is set up to write specific verses. Some days I would write one whole page worth of verses, but other days I would only write one or two verses. Here is what it looks like:

Technique #2

This is my favorite technique…. because it’s free! A few years ago at a women’s creative retreat I host each fall our guest speaker introduced us to how she does her devotions. And guess what! She told us about scripture writing! She found her scripture writing plan at swtblessings.com. The creator of Sweet Blessings posts a free scripture writing plan each month with different topics. I grabbed one of my old journals to show you how I did mine.

I printed the plan and glued it right into my journal. This made it super convenient, but you can also download the plan to your phone. I was actually thumbing through some of my old journals the other day and this one happened to be on top of the stack… its from 2018! #throwback. So at the top of my journal you can see where I wrote out the scripture writing for day 1 and then below are notes from my reading. When I first started out with these scripture writing plans I wrote the designated scripture for the day and then I went on to read and take notes from another plan I was doing.

Technique #3

Digging a little deeper, I eventually began to pray the scripture after I wrote it or I would journal a prayer based upon the scripture I wrote for that day in my plan. This technique really helped me to focus on what I was reading and apply it to my life.

Technique #4

Moving even deeper… I eventually discovered a scripture writing plan from blossominfaith.com. The scripture writing plans from Blossom in Faith were set up very similarly as the plans from Sweet Blessings. The major difference is that the plan from Blossom in Faith prompts you to write the scripture and read the chapter the verse is found in so you are able to understand the context of the verse. This was my scripture writing sweet spot. I wrote the verse in my journal as my “key verse” and the proceeded to read the whole chapter and take notes as I read. Here is one of mine:

Origins of our free scripture writing and Bible reading plan

I love working with teens and mentoring them. I often co-host teen retreats and volunteer as staff at teen retreats through the Bible Camp I grew up attending. At our January 2020 retreat we discussed doing personal devotions and what we found worked for us. I excitedly shared about the scripture writing plan I had been working on and how it prompted me to read the whole chapter. One of my close friends, who has asked to remain anonymous, then shared with me a few months later how she was inspired by the idea of reading a whole chapter with the scripture writing. She told me how God moved her heart to create themed scripture writing plans that would take you through the reading of a book, or several books, of the Bible. I asked her if I could make it available on our website and she agreed. As she makes her plans available I will continue to share them with you all.

If you click on the image below you can save it to your google drive or print it. Find what works best for you. Take notes, pray about your reading, read the chapter first, or write the verse out first. There really is no right or wrong way to do it.

I sincerely hope you enjoy this plan! Check out a simple b&w version here!

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