God is a creative being, and he designed us in His image with the desire to create. This creative impulse can and should extend to our devotional and Bible study practices as well. The practice of art journaling can allow the Bible's truths to become more evident, beautiful, and authentic.
The Bible is the foundation of the Christian faith, the voice of God speaking to humanity. The Bible is living, beautiful, and relevant to people of all times, places, and cultures. The gorgeous covers and layout of our classic KJV Bibles can enhance your experience of the incomparable beauty of God's Word.
Delve deep into God's promises from Abraham to Paul with this beautifully illustrated text. My Promise Bible is KJVBibles' latest art journaling edition of the beloved King James Bible. Color and create unique illustrations to personalize these promises to your own spiritual life.
Psalm 119. It’s like a trumpet blast proclaiming the virtues of God’s Word. Even when written in the renaissance-era language of the KJV, it shines a spotlight directly at your face. Discover the ways in which Psalm 119 can illuminate the importance of spending time in Scripture.
Is there only one God? People have asked this question throughout the ages. What does the Bible say? Psalm 19:1 says, “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.” In other words, when you look at creation, it is obvious that there is a Creator.
Today, we look at the third Beatitude, found in the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5–7. Jesus said, “Blessed are the meek.” Have you ever known someone you would consider “meek”? Do they inspire you to emulate them? Or, do you think they’re weak? Do you ever think of them as blessed?