Monday, 3 February 2014

Identity: Crisis

Today is the first of a series of posts based on Identity: A Study of Ephesians.  The subject today is Identity: Crisis and in the teaching Rob talked about Saul hiding because he didn't see himself in the way that God saw him.

In my notebook I answered some of the questions.  I used the initial that is available on the Identity blog as a heading.  I used washi tape and doodles to decorate the page and wrote in different coloured pens. This isn't my usual handwriting - although similar. I tried to write fluidly using the whole space between the lines.  This way I didn't get into the whole 'I can't do this because I hate my handwriting' thing!

I printed out the prophetic word that was given to me and stuck it in my notebook.

I printed out the relevant scripture that ad been mentioned to me.  I left a blank page so that I can come back to this topic if I wish.

I showed how I made this journal here.   I went through it and worked out where I would make a journal page for each session of the study and put post-it notes.

 I printed out a large version of the downloadable letters so that I could use the sacks.  These represent the supplies that Saul was hiding behind.

I traced over the sacks and transferred them to my journal page.

I coloured them in with water soluble crayons.

And went over the crayon with a wet brush.  The colour underneath was slightly reactivated and blended with the wet crayon.

The main point for me from this session was that I should stop hiding and so I took the words that had been spoken over me.  I drew them in pencil and then went over them with a black pen.

I used the original inks that I had put on the papers but with a brush this time to colour the letters and the arrows.  I added a Teal ink as well.  I decorated with pens in white, black and silver.  I added a small amount of journaling.

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Thanks for stopping by.
Bernice







1 comment:

  1. Inspiring. Thought provoking. Lovely art work. Thanks for sharing.

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