4 FREE and Easy Bible Journaling Templates

If you’re looking for Bible journaling templates, be sure to see the free and easy templates for Bible journaling that we’re featuring in this post!

If you're looking for Bible journaling templates, be sure to see the free and easy Bible journaling templates we're featuring in this post.

When it comes to Bible journaling, you may envision beautiful colors and artistic designs. As you’ll discover in today’s post, however, Bible journaling can simply be taking up pen and paper and jotting down study notes. Below you’ll find 4 templates for you to use in Bible journaling.

The writer of Hebrews tells us the Word of God is “alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12).

So how do we put that amazing power to work in our hearts? How can we take what’s in the Word of God and apply it into the edges and crevices of our souls?

My recommendation? Bible Journaling.

Many Christians flip their Bible open to a random page, read a little, get lost without context, feel frustrated and overwhelmed, and give up.

The devil WANTS you to feel like you’re in over your head. 

Bible Journaling can strengthen your faith and make your walk with God more intimate, engaging, and fruitful. There’s lots of Bible Study and Bible Journaling printables on the internet that can help you find the perfect tool for you and/or your Women’s ministry group.

Bible Journaling forces you to think critically about what you’re reading, helps you retain information more efficiently, and shows you the progress you’re bound to make in your spiritual life.

So. You can purchase a journaling Bible, or a study Bible, or simply use a notebook for your Bible journaling. If you’re like me and you’d rather not purchase a separate journaling Bible, or you are looking for a little direction in just how to get started, check out our round up of Bible journaling posts. 

And check out the four free recommended Bible journaling templates below.

4 FREE and Easy Bible Journaling Templates

We're offering free and Easy Bible Journaling Templates. These will help in your quiet time, so grab these Bible journaling templates for your Bible time.


1. Free S.O.A.P Bible Study Printable from Arabah Joy

Have you heard of the S.O.A.P Bible Study method? It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Arabah Joy shares an explanation of this method and free SOAP Bible Study printables at this link.

Doing the SOAP method allows a simple and beautiful way to get morning time with God every day.


2. Free Paraphrase Personal Bible Study Printable from Missional Women

Missional Women has a free printable Bible Study sheet, they’ve simplified a method into 4 P’s: Paraphrase, Process, Principles, and Personal Application. The last question is a great reflection to conclude with: “What is one way you can respond with action-oriented faith to what God has brought to your mind?”

It’s a free, two page printable that you can download without giving your email.


3. Free One-Sheet Bible Study Printable Sheets from Arabah Joy

Arabah Joy herself offers free Bible study sheets right here on the blog! They are set up in a way that makes it easy to dive in and get deep into the passage of Scripture by understanding the context and application.

The sections are:

  • Author & Audience
  • Overall Concept/ Theme/ Event
  • Keywords & Definitions
  • People & Places
  • When
  • Discoveries/ Challenges/ Notes
  • Application

Laying your daily Bible study out in this clear, easy to execute method will enable you to grow in your knowledge and understanding of even the difficult passages of Scripture.

It even comes in 4 different colors! Get your copy by joining Arabah’s community here.

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4. Free Online Bible Study for Women – Free Guided Bible Study Journal Pages From Christ-Centered Mama

These free printable pages make their debut here on Arabah’s website!

This Bible Study Journal Printable is my gift to you. It’s a 6 day preview of a 12 week long Guided Bible Study Journal. Each day has 4 areas to write in: Gratitude and Praise, Prayer and Petition, a section that provides a reading plan for the day (one chapter) and a verse to copy, then a section to confess, reflect, and apply. The topics include the Word, Prayer, God’s Love, Hope, Gratitude, Freedom, Patience, Strength, and Heaven.

Click here to download a 6 day preview of the Dwell Journal, a section on Patience, no opt-in required. 

Get these Bible journaling templates for your Bible time. See the templates we're sharing, and learn more about Bible journaling.

Say yes to God’s transformative power

The Bible gives you power for your today, strength for your storms, and through believing in Jesus Christ,  an eternal peace and home.

Allow that power to transform your life. Do not be ashamed by the beginning stages of deeper Bible study. With practice, you’ll find the method that works best for you. The word of God is active. Sharp. Able to teach, correct, and guide you. Through these words of life, may you grow closer to Christ today and every day.


Book Giveaway!

Sarah has graciously donated a copy of her book, Dwell – A 12 Week Guided Bible Study Journal. If you’d like to be entered to win, please leave a comment telling us your favorite book of the Bible. Winner will be chosen on June 8, 2019. 
*Open to US residents only.


Additional Resources:
How to Start Bible Journaling: For Beginners
5 Steps to Bible Journaling for Beginners
Ultimate Bible Journaling Glossary
9 Easy and Simple Bible Journaling Ideas
How to do Bible Journaling
How to do Bible Journaling in a Notebook
25+ Best Bible Journaling Accessories
Bible Journaling Tips for Beginners
7 Simple Bible Journaling Methods for Beginners

Sarah Liberty Hardee is a graduate of Calvary University, wife to Benjamin and mom to Cyrus and Roseanna. She started ChristCenteredMama.com because she is passionate about building a community to help mothers find their center in Christ through all of the stages of marriage and motherhood. She developed The Dwell Journal to help herself get back into God’s Word after post-partum depression, and published it on Amazon to help women in similar paths. In her free time, she dabbles in photography, plays piano, and drinks Earl Grey tea with honey.

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