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Tip-In Project #105b – “Worry and the Sparrow”

Pocket Watch SQUARETip-In Project #105b

“Worry and the Sparrow”

You may choose either Matthew 6:27 or Luke 12:25 for this project. Some versions use “cubit” instead of “hour”. They are also printed out on the printable.

Matthew 6:27 (NIV) Can any one of you by worrying, add a single hour to your life?

Luke 12:25 (NLT)  Can all your worries add a single moment to your life?

THOUGHTS:

“Worry”… what is it? From Dictionary .com we learn worry is “to torment oneself with or suffer from disturbing thoughts, cares, anxieties or troubles; to fret.”

“Worry”… why shouldn’t we do it? From the Bible verses above, God tells us that we won’t gain a moment or hour of our life back by worrying. Well, I don’t know about you, but I’m always wanting “extra time” to get things done. AND His Word says that by worrying it won’t add any time to my life. In fact, I know that worrying is a “waste of time”. So, my goal this week is to focus on this verse for my life. How about you?

CALL TO ACTION: As you work on this week’s Tip-In Project, please consider 5 things you worry about the most. And secondly, think about how Jesus always has your best interest in His plans. Lastly, pray that he will give you His peace and joy to eliminate or minimize your daily worry.  

The remainder of this Blog Post is in this order…
1. PDF Link
2. Project Page Image
3. Two Finished Tip-Ins
4. Facebook TIP-IN CORNER Link
5. Tutorial Videos
6. Tips & Tricks
7. Supply Links/Ads
KEEP SCROLLING UNTIL THE END, you don’t want to miss out on great information!

Click for #105b Worry Sparrow Download Printable

 

#105b Tip-In Worry sparrowWatch jpg

 


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Have Fun with this week’s Tip-In Project!
Susan Stump

Remember Tip-Ins Tips from 2017:

You can free-hand this image and write the bible verse around it. OR you can print the free download printable and use that paper as your tip-in. OR you can print it out, and then use the “Graphite Method” (see website for instructions at >> http://wp.me/p7I46G-gI ) to transfer image directly onto your bible paper

Why use Tip-Ins? Answer: To add additional space for drawing/writing in your bible. Perhaps you don’t have a “journaling” bible, this is a way to add a drawing without actually drawing on the words of the bible paper. Perhaps you have already journaled on that page, or your illustrated bible already has a picture on that page that you want to use, you can just add a tip-in on top of that. 

Tip ins can be of any type of paper, vellum, card, photo, etc. that you want to add into your Bible. I, myself, have used sketch paper; tracing paper; copy paper; and, illustrated print offs. When using these, I often use 1.5″ x 7″ cut paper for the margin of my journaling bible, or 3″ x 5″ to go across the bible page. However, according to the size of your Bible, you can adapt your tip in to your desired size.

Also, there are several ways to adhere tip ins into the Bible… you can use Washi tape, adhesive or Elmer’s glue, to name a few.

EXAMPLE Tip-In video

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DEMO Video, Showing How I use a Tracing Light Pad in Bible Journaling

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