Printable Note Sheet

 

photo of woman sipping coffee while studying bible on bed

 

I hope you’ve been able to work on some of the creative projects you’ve had planned.  In spite of the snow and the cold, I’ve enjoyed this month.  Slowly, I’ve been able to knock some things off my ‘to-do’ list.  In addition I’ve been able to schedule some of the local craft classes I teach and doing some sewing. Over the last couple days, I also worked on a new Bible study sheet for my binder.

Bible study notes have been one of the more popular posts on my blog and I wanted share this new February sheet with you. I’m thankful for the support my readers have shown for these. To get the latest sheet, you can find the PDF file in a link at the end of this post.

The header verse on this sheet comes from 1 John 4:7. This is an amazing verse because it tells us where true Christian love is found. Love comes from God. He is the author and complete source of love. In the spirit of true love, we are to love one another.

I’ve left a generous margin to 3-hole punch it for your binder and included a “Prayers” section so that you can jot down a little note to remember special prayers, or even write a short prayer for your loved ones.

Preview of Bible Study Note Sheet
Preview

Saving Money When Printing Your Printables

One of the things I try to keep in mind when creating a new printable is my use of ink. I love colorful, but those little ink jets get kind of expensive, especially when printing in color.  In the past I’ve tried various ways to cut the costs, including filling my own cartridges, but in the end it comes down to more frugal use of ink.

Simplicity is key as far as I’m concerned, so I’ve kept this note sheet black and white. You can use fast draft, and gray scale printing to save even more money on ink. Choosing this method for printing is also great because you can print on both sides of the sheet, and it doesn’t show through as much. Now you’re saving on paper as well.

I hope you’ll enjoy this Bible Study sheet. Let me know what you think. I’m always open to questions or comments.

Have an enjoyable weekend and we’ll see you real soon!

February Bible Study Sheet PDF

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