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  1. Thank you so much for these prayer sheets. I like having Bible verses to back up each point! And I really like that they are all so pretty! I printed out several of them to put in my faith “journal”. (It is more of a collection than journal.) I folded each page so the title showed and either pasted it in or tucked it in a pocket.

    1. Hi, Becky.

      I primarily use King James, New American Standard, and NIV. Occasionally I will use verses from the Amplified Version or the New Living Translation, as well.

      The chapters in each journal center on a theme, so if I were picking a verse for a chapter on “Love,” for instance, I would be more likely to quote from NASB than from KJV, because KJV often translates “love” as “charity.” If the chapter was about charity, though, I’d be more likely to quote from KJV. Does that make sense?

      I love the lyrical sound of King James and do much of my memorizing in that version — especially in the Psalms — because the cadence aids in memory work. But I also love the scholarship that went into the NASB translation, which is the version I’ve used for personal devotions since girlhood.


  2. So in a year of broken relationships with adult children… just when I’m to weary I find tools to help me through! Thank you.

    Even though I want a magic wand to take it away…I will trust!!

    Thank you.

    1. I am sorry about the broken relationships, but glad to hear you’ve found something helpful here, Shari. A magic wand sounds nice, but our God is a miracle-maker and is able to work all things together for our good and His glory. Keep casting your cares at the foot of the cross and trusting Him to do what is best.

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