The perfect Journal

I love writing. I also love Bibles. And I love Jot Bible as it is the perfect combination of Bible and room for writing notes. I’m in the habit of taking notes when reading the Bible or hearing a preacher and I’m sure this JOT Bible will help me keeping my notes in order.

You can buy a journal and taking notes. Or simply you can take notes on your own Bible… but doing it in a 45 GSM acid free and highly opaque paper is another thing.  It is a thrilling experience having a handwritten Bible journal full of notes, thoughts, blessings… and leaving them as a legacy to your children. And the editor of Jot Bible Life-Notes has found the way of gathering quality, personality and spirituality in a sole book.




Of course, this is not a Journaling Bible or a wide margin Bible, even it looks like as a high-quality one. Why? Here are the reasons:

  1. Genuine leather cover.
  2. Smyth-sewn binding.
  3. Three satin color ribbons.
  4. 45 GSM opaque paper.
  5. Flat opening.
  6. Gold gilt pages.
  7. Five spine hubs.
  8. Perimeter sewn edging.





As you can see, there are blank (or lined) pages giving room for taking your own notes, which means this is the perfect companion to your favorite Bible. Bring it with you to your pulpit or to your Bible study, or use it at home as a note-taking book. Each book of the Bible is divided into chapters and verses (two lines per verse).



My recommendation is using pencil in a first step, just in case you need to erase a line or a word. Later on you can use a pigment pen to imprint permanently your thoughts.


You see it is a hefty volume (10.50 x 7.50 x 2.25 in), but taking in consideration paper and room to take notes, it has a perfect size. There are also four extra pages at the end of each book, giving the opportunity of writing extra notes.


Good news!

And now… good news for all: Seasonal sale! Regular price is $60.00, but now you can buy 2 for $60.00 and free shipping in the United States. Or buy 1 for $39.95.

This is for sure the perfect gift for Christmas. Buy one for you and one for a friend or relative.

Please, visit for more information, what others say about JOT Bible Life-Notes and buy one.

I have not been requested to give a positive review. It is my honest opinion about it.

Journibles. The 17:18 Series.


Have you ever thought writing your own copy of the Scriptures? Have you ever thought being an “scribe” (in the good sense)? Do you love Bible journaling? Do you have a love for paper? This book is worthy of your consideration! This book is right for you!

IMG_5119My father has handwritten four copies of the entire Bible! He is still now on his fifth copy: one for each child. He has written them on notebook sheets and then he sent them to be wired. Oh if he had known this fantastic series of books…!

IMG_5121IMG_5126Reformation Heritage Books, Rob Wynalda and Fullquiver have became real a beautiful idea: writing your own copy of the Holy Scriptures. Certainly, there is a Scriptural reason: Deut 17:18, which gives name to this serie.

Now it shall come about when he sits on the throne of his kingdom, he shall write for himself a copy of this law on a scroll in the presence of the Levitical priests. It shall be with him and he shall read it all the days of his life, that he may learn to fear the Lord his God, by carefully observing all the words of this law and these statutes, that his heart may not be lifted up above his countrymen and that he may not turn aside from the commandment, to the right or the left, so that he and his sons may continue long in his kingdom in the midst of Israel.

But there are some other reasons to be considered as beneficial to all who begin and enjoy this adventure:

1. Educational reason: You learn better as you write. You retain more information as you write than if you simply read.

IMG_51242. Engagement reason: We live in a high-speed society, we like small pieces of information, we prefer fast food instead of home made food, and this applies to holy things. But we need to reduce, even to stop, our speed and delight on the pleasure of enjoying a book, handwriting, drawing, painting… Slow down. And even more, taking time to think. In these books, you will find room for writing the Holy Scriptures, but also your own thoughts. The designer has left the left-hand pages to write your own thoughts, notes, reflections, comments, pictures, graphics… This can be called interacting with the text or engaging the text. “Be doers and not merely hearers…”

IMG_51233. Experiential reason: As you experience the blessing of being engaged with the Holy Scriptures, and writing your own thoughts, you are leaving a lasting legacy to your next generation of children, grandchildren… following the example of Timothy’s family: 2 Tim. 1.5; 3.14, 15


The editors say that when you “journible”, you:

Retain more of God’s Word

Improve your Bible study

Leave a legacy for your children.


Regarding the book design, you will find:

Hardcover binding.

Smyth-sewn binding.

90 GSM Ivory paper. Opaque enough!

Lined pages to help handwriting.

Black ribbon.

Aids to answer some questions about the text.

Chapter and set of verses contained on the page.

Moleskin size notebook.



A beautiful book that will record the Holy Writings for you and for generations to come.

Reformation Heritage Books provided this volume free for review. I was not required to give a positive review, but only an honest one. My opinions are exclusively my own.


OT: Deuteronomy, Proverbs, Psalms 1-72, Psalms 73-150
NT: Matthew, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1st & 2nd Thessalonians, 1st & 2nd Corinthians, 1st & 2nd Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews,
James, 1st & 2nd Peter, 1st, 2nd, & 3rd John, Jude, Revelation

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