Walk with Luke, wire-bound journal

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Walk with Luke, wire-bound journal

19.99

Walk with Luke: A Personal Journal for Spiritual Discovery

ISBN 978-0-9916551-7-5 (paper, wire bound)

Do you feel spiritually lame, blind, or deaf? Witness God's power. Walk. See. Hear. Let your life bear fruit.

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Walk with Luke

A Personal Journal for Spiritual Discovery

7 x 10, wire bound, 204 pages, color cover, b&w interior

Tradition tells us that Luke's Gospel was authored by a Gentile who converted to the Christian faith. His focus seeks to provide evidence and assurance for believers. Some of Jesus's best-known teachings, including the stories of the Good Samaritan and the Prodigal Son, are preserved only in this gospel.

This journal uses the simple metaphor of walking and talking with a friend to lead you through the biblical text. You'll train your inner ear to recognize the Spirit's still, small voice. You'll see Luke's Gospel in new ways and discover deeper—more personal—meanings within the scriptures.

A digital, print-your-own version is also available.

Special Features

  • 92 sequential readings exploring the entire Gospel are arranged in four sections:
    • Preparing the Way
    • Fishing for Men
    • Finding Treasures
    • Beginning in Jerusalem
  • A Brief Word: Highlights a short excerpt from each reading
  • Companion Conversation: Suggests a related Biblical passage for each reading
  • Pages are large enough for ample writing space, small enough to carry conveniently
  • High-quality paper suitable for use with pencil or ink
  • Wire-bound pages lie flat for easy use
  • Individually shrinkwrapped and suitable for gift-giving

Let Your Journey Begin

Ready to get started? Use this journal and go for a WALK.

W: Write a short paraphrase describing each passage's principal elements or most interesting details.
A: Analyze, assess, and ask questions about what the text might mean to you in your current situation or about anything that seems confusing.
L: Listen. Quietly. Take as long as you want.
K: Keep notes about the wisdom you encounter, the instructions you receive, or the insights you don't want to forget.

Enjoy your journey. Let yourself be surprised. Treasure the experience of having your own intimate conversation with the Word.