It’s October and that means it’s time for the Write 31 Days Challenge. Each year, a bunch of bloggers commit to writing a post a day for 31 days. Last year was the first year I participated and the result was my 31 Days of Prayer During Infertility series (and eBook).
This year I’ve decided to do a series called 31 Days of Scripture During Infertility. The point of the series is to get our hearts and minds saturated with Scripture that will encourage, challenge, and strengthen us during infertility. Each day will feature a meditation or devotion on a passage in the Bible, and I’ll encourage you to write out those portions of Scripture. By the end, you’ll have written out several large chunks of Scripture.
The series is designed to take only a few minutes each day, with options for studying a little more if you have time. You can use your own notebook or journal to write the Scripture passage, or you can download the printable journal pages that go along with each day.
Also, I encourage you to snap a picture of your journal or printable after you write out each day’s Scripture and share it on social media. I think it would be a really powerful exercise to see other women writing out Scripture along with us. I’ll be sharing my photos each day on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and Instagram. Use hashtag #ScriptureDuringInfertility if you want to share yours, too! (If you’re reading this after October 2015, when the challenge has ended, feel free to continue to share your posts using that hashtag. I’d love to see your photos even then!).
Check the blog for updates each day, or you can come back to this page to find a list of all the posts as they’re published. I look forward to spending some time in the Word with you all!
** Don’t want to click through all 31 blog posts? Purchase the 31 Days of Scripture During Infertility eBook and receive all the devotionals and prayer journal printables in one, easy-to-download eBook. **
- Day 1: Putting God’s Word in Our Heart (Ephesians 3:16-19)
- Day 2: Learning to Wait (Romans 8:18-25)
- Day 3: When It’s Hard to Pray (Romans 8:26-30)
- Day 4: God is For Us (Romans 8:31-34)
- Day 5: Infertility Cannot Separate Us From God’s Love (Romans 8:35-39)
- Day 6: God Does Not Disappoint (Romans 5:1-5)
- Day 7: Friendship With God (Romans 5:6-11)
- Day 8: God Answers Prayers (Psalm 138:1-4)
- Day 9: God Has Plans for Me (Psalm 138:5-8)
- Day 10: Sin & Struggle (Galatians 5:16-21)
- Day 11: Living Fruitfully (Galatians 5:22-25)
- Day 12: God is Our Light (Psalm 27:1-3)
- Day 13: Why We Need to Worship (Psalm 27:4-6)
- Day 14: We Need Not Fear Rejection (Psalm 27:7-10)
- Day 15: Stay With God (Psalm 27:11-14)
- Day 16: Praising God During Tough Times (Psalm 34:1-3)
- Day 17: No Shame in the Lord (Psalm 34:4-7)
- Day 18: Taste & See God’s Goodness (Psalm 34:8-10)
- Day 19: Give Thanks (Psalm 136:1-3)
- Day 20: Miracles Come From God Alone (Psalm 136:4-9)
- Day 21: Book-End Your Days With Praise (Psalm 92:1-4)
- Day 22: Can We Understand God? (Psalm 92:5-9)
- Day 23: Spiritual Fertility That Flourishes (Psalm 92:10-15)
- Day 24: Hope During Suffering (2 Corinthians 4:8-12)
- Day 25: Outspoken Faith (2 Corinthians 4:13-15)
- Day 26: Perspectives on Trials & Sufferings (2 Corinthians 4:16-18)
- Day 27: Praising God From Day to Day (Psalm 145:1-3)
- Day 28: God’s Goodness (Psalm 145:4-9)
- Day 29: Praising God in Our Neediness (Psalm 145:10-16)
- Day 30: God is Righteous & Responsive (Psalm 145:17-21)
- Day 31: Remain in the Word (Ephesians 3:16-19)
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