Journaling Bible | Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Easter SUNDAY 2016

We are in ministry and we just completed Easter, which is a big deal in the life of the church but completely separate from the BIG DEAL of JESUS dying on the cross!

This Easter I was more aware than ever emotionally of the events that took place that Thursday, Friday, Saturday & SUNDAY morning years ago.

I felt very heavy on Good Friday and I couldn’t really explain it. All  I wanted to do was BE WITH my Jesus … I longed to be in His presence. I wanted to be there that day supporting Him on that cross and I also wanted to be in Heaven worshiping Him. I was longing to be somewhere I’m not worthy to be and at the same time worth it. Friday was a day of mixed emotions for me.

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Gathering with believers is very important… even when you don’t feel like it. After Friday I didn’t feel like being with anyone but Sunday was coming, thankfully the heaviness was getting lighter as I journaled more.

Saturday afternoon I journaled this page and was excited, excited about what Christ did yesterday on the Cross and excited that I have a part to play in telling EVERYONE about what HE did for THEM! Colorful and pretty SUNDAY is coming!!!

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On Sunday at church we got to share our oldest daughters baptism and once again I had mixed emotions! This mommie was so happy and sad (because she is growing up!) Mark, her father was the one to baptist her which made it a little more special! I think all fathers should be the one to baptize their children but don’t tell my husband that because as a pastor he says thats one of his favorite parts about being in ministry.

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My beautiful Emma Grace after she was baptized! (Age 9)

 

I journaled this 2 page layout Sunday morning before Church! I couldn’t wait to be with my church and share in HIS resurrection and what HE has done for us and my Emma getting baptized!

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The stickers I used on these pages were from the Illustrated Faith Easter Mini Download.

 

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