Happy Wednesday, everyone! I hope that you’re doing well and striving toward the goals you’ve set for yourself. A journal for your prayers, scripture writing, and anything else faith-related is essential in your faith-building process. I’m sure some of you would ask, “why do you need a separate journal for faith-related content?” I will answerContinue reading “How I Set Up My Faith Journal!”
Category Archives: Faith
7 Bible Verses About Forgiveness
Hi, and welcome! I hope you’re doing well and striving toward accomplishing the goals you’ve set for yourself. Can I tell you something? You are worthy of love, respect, and kindness. No matter what anyone has said to you, you are valuable! Psalm 139:14 says that you are fearfully and wonderfully made! As you’re goingContinue reading “7 Bible Verses About Forgiveness”
June Bible Book of the Month: Romans
Hi, and welcome to Armored with Faith! I’m thankful that you’re here with me today. I hope that you’re doing well. Let me ask you something: What have you accomplished so far in 2022? During your journaling session today, jot down all of your accomplishments. It doesn’t matter how big or small they may be.Continue reading “June Bible Book of the Month: Romans”
[Devotional]: Proverbs That Keep Me Going (Part 1)!
Hi, and welcome! If you’re new to Armored with Faith, I’m thankful that you’re here! Here on Armored with Faith, we strive to provide content that motivates and aids in your spiritual and self-development. Before you go, please like, comment, and subscribe! If I can be honest, some days, it takes a lot out ofContinue reading “[Devotional]: Proverbs That Keep Me Going (Part 1)!”
The 10-Day Level-Up Scripture Writing Plan
Hi, and welcome to Armored with Faith! I’m so happy that you’ve joined us today. In my previous post (click here), I shared the first-ever Scripture Writing Plan by Armored with Faith. Scripture Writing is a great way to dive deeper into the Word of God and amplify your faith in Christ. The goal isContinue reading “The 10-Day Level-Up Scripture Writing Plan”
[Devotional]: Dear Mother’s, You’re Appreciated!
I didn’t understand how satisfying, demanding, and all-around tiring it is to be a mother until I became one. The long, sleepless nights of multiple feedings and babies desiring your love and affection are a gift. Waking up to babies who smile every time they see you brings happiness to a mother’s heart. The amountContinue reading “[Devotional]: Dear Mother’s, You’re Appreciated!”
[Devotional]: God, Do You Hear Me?!
Hi, and welcome! How are you doing? I hope all is well with you. It’s Wednesday, and it’s time for a thought-provoking devotional! I’m anxious yet excited to dive into today’s devotional because I feel that it’s something that many Christians, especially new Christians, struggle with sometimes. Before diving into this devotional, I want toContinue reading “[Devotional]: God, Do You Hear Me?!”
Feeling Defeated? Read and Memorize These Bible Verses!
Hi and welcome! It’s Wednesday, and I wanted to come on here and leave you with some midweek encouragement. These past couple of weeks have been rather exhausting (mentally and emotionally). It got to a point when the feeling of defeat was hovering and surrounding me. “What did I do to deserve this?” I askedContinue reading “Feeling Defeated? Read and Memorize These Bible Verses!”
April 2022’s Scripture Writing Plan
It’s April! Am I the only one who’s surprised that we are already in month four of 2022? It’s time now that we kick it into high gear and hone in on those goals that we’ve set for ourselves. If you’re like me, spending more time with God and His Word is something I wantedContinue reading “April 2022’s Scripture Writing Plan”
Reading Reflections: Matthew 9:27-31
Hi, and welcome to Armored with Faith! Thank you for joining us today. How are you doing? I hope all is well with you and your family. Matthew 9:27-31 In today’s reading reflection, we will be looking at Matthew 9:27-31. It reads: “As Jesus went on from there, two blind men followed him, calling out,Continue reading “Reading Reflections: Matthew 9:27-31”