Koi Water Color Field Sketch Kit
The Koi Water Color Field Sketch Kit is a great basic set of watercolors for the Bible Journaler on the go. Contains a water brush with a 4ml reservoir and medium brush tip, a dabbing sponge, and a divided snap lid that serves as a palette.
Many journaling techniques begin and end with adding watercolor washes to the Bible page. When used in layers, watercolor actually provides a barrier to the page allowing other mediums to be added and not bleed through to the other side.
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Plan Of Salvation Bookmarks$3.75Add to cart
Broadman bookmarks feature beautiful 4-color images and copy designed for a class gift or a great teaching resource. This bookmark is designed for use as a teaching marker. They are sold in shrink-wrapped packages of 25 identical pieces. This marker features Scriptures that lead you through the Plan of Salvation on the front and “The Next Steps” on the back.
Back: Accepting Christ is just the beginning. The Next Steps
o Publicly profess your faith by being baptized (Matthew 10:32-33; Luke 3:21; Romans 6:4).
o Join a church which follows the Bible, where you can grow in your faith through prayer, Bible study and fellowship with other Christians. Get involved in Sunday School and Bible study for encouragement and accountability.
o Begin a daily personal worship experience with God where you study the Bible and pray.
o Share with others what Jesus has done for you tell your story (Romans 10:14; Matthew 28:19-20).
o Begin to live for God (Romans 12:1-2, 9-18; James 1:19-27).
Text: Everyone is a sinner and is separated from God. God loved us all so much that He gave His Son to die for our sins. Death means separation forever from God. Eternal life comes by trusting Jesus Christ. In order to begin your new life in Christ (be saved), you must believe that Jesus died for your sins and declare that you accept him as Savior. This is God’s promise to you. If you accept Jesus, he will accept you. If you would like to accept Jesus now, pray the following prayer . . . Scriptures from KJV