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by Ronald Klug


How to Keep a Spiritual . .has been added to your Cart. Excellent book on how to start and keep your journal.

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Ronald Klug views a personal journal as a tool for self-discovery, an aid to concentration, a mirror for the soul, and a good friend and . The ultimate resource for keeping a journal! By Thriftbooks. com User, January 10, 2001

Ronald Klug views a personal journal as a tool for self-discovery, an aid to concentration, a mirror for the soul, and a good friend and confidant. com User, January 10, 2001.

Keeping a spiritual journal is one of those practices whereby we may grow in grace. Not just another book on keeping a journal or keeping notes on scripture

Keeping a spiritual journal is one of those practices whereby we may grow in grace. As I’ve reflected on my own use of a journal and talked with others about theirs, I’ve identified ten common benefits of journal keeping. 1. Growth in self-understanding. Not just another book on keeping a journal or keeping notes on scripture. I would like to point out a chapter or two that stand out, however, I've read this book cover to cover at least 3 times finding something new to think about with each reading.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking How to Keep a Spiritual Journal: A Guide to Journal Keeping for Inner Growth and Personal Discovery as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Topics covered: 1) Why Keep a Spiritual Journal? 2) Experiencing the Benefits of Keeping a Spiritual Journal 3) Getting Started 4) The Daily I just finished reading this book and I'm looking forward to starting a spirtitual journal. I have journaled since I was in 3rd grade, sometimes a lot (the high school years), sometimes not much at all (the grad school years).

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Not just another book on keeping a journal or keeping notes on scripture. Thought provoking & motivating, the author does allot more that give a topic with a few short notes so I've given it a five star

You are viewing Offers steps for those interested in keeping a spiritual journal, from recommendations for notebooks to ways to work through common frustrations and writer's block.

How to Keep a Spiritual Journal: A Guide to Journal Keeping for Inner Growth and Personal Discovery by Ronald Klug (Paperback, 2001). Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Compare similar products. Offers steps for those interested in keeping a spiritual journal, from recommendations for notebooks to ways to work through common frustrations and writer's block. Here, the author relies on his experience as a workshop leader, journal keeper, and creates a book that is both helpful and wise.

Ronald Klug views a personal journal as a tool for self-discovery, an aid to concentration, a mirror for the soul, and a good friend and confidant. A spiritual journal is all of these and more. He shows the reader how to start a journal of his or her own.
Amis
I have tried several times to keep a spiritual journal and give up after a short while. This book gives me concrete
things to try and methods to use to stay motivated. I am just reading it and making plans. I have not started the
journal yet but feel this will be a big help in my spiritual growth.
Deorro
There is so much in this book to inspire. Each chapter discusses another way to use your journal. The fact that it has Christian orientation makes it especially useful as a devotional help.
Unirtay
This book is for anyone who is interested in journaling. I was not a person who like to journal, but after reading Ron Klug's book, the task of journaling doesn't seem that hard. It also gave me insights into a host of other benefits for journaling. The book is an easy read, but packed with loads of information.
romrom
I've been journaling on and off for years, more on than off for the last few years! Ronald Klug does an outstanding job of explaining the importance of keeping a journal, ideas to get you going, suggestions of things to write about, etc.
Keeping a journal has been one of the most satisfying and helpful things I've done in my Christian walk. When you go back to read it later, you can really see God's working in your life!
One of the things that Klug addresses that I've never seen anywhere else is the "problem" of what do to with notes you might be taking on books you're currently reading. Do you incorporate them into your daily journal, or keep a separate notebook? I'm journaling every day and reading my Bible and other books every day, and this is something that I've done different ways and I haven't found any one solution to be entirely satisfactory. I thought it was wonderful that the author even addressed the "problem"! I want to be able to find notes on a particular book I'm reading easily, and if they're scattered throughout the dailyness of your writing, that is harder to do.
He suggests keeping notes from other books you are reading in a separate notebook from your daily journal. And he suggests indexing them so you know what's in that notebook! An excellent suggestion and one I hadn't tried before. Just leave the first page blank and you could write which books' notes are contained in the book, and you could even add page numbers. I think this is a great idea!
As for brief quotes that you might be struck by, or particular scripture passages that you're learning about, you could include those in your daily journal.
The author says that he writes in spiral notebooks of lined paper. When he's finished, he puts them in a binder so that he has them all in order. While I prefer the small hardcover spiral-bound books that you find in Christian bookstores for journaling purposes, having them all together and in order is an attractive option! I also prefer using colorful Gelly Roll pens that are archival safe and permanent.
However you do it, Ronald Klug emphasizes that however you keep your journal is right for you. Whether you write it or dictate it or type it, whether you write in it twice a day, twice a week, or twice a year - it's a valuable tool for spiritual growth.
Please check out my other reviews of Christian books!
Happy journaling!
Impala Frozen
WOW! I picked up this book at a writer's conference. I have kept a journal for years (well, 30 years to be exact), and found much inspiration in Klugs book.
The chapter "Caring for Your Soul" outlines the step-by-step process of meditating on scripture and journaling about the verses the Holy Spirit illuminates within you. "Begin reading slowly and stop when a word or phrase seems highlighted for you, when it 'shimmers' with meaning, when the Holy Spirit is addressing you through these words." I think this would be especially helpful for new Christians or for more mature Christians who feel stuck for some reason.
There is also a chapter, "Harvesting Your Journal," which contains suggestions for reviewing, summarizing, and indexing your journal(s). The Resource list suggests Harveting Your Journals by Rosalie Deer heart and Alison Strickland. I'm definitely going to get that book.
This book should be in every Christian's library.
Gribandis
How To Keep a Spiritual Journal by Ronald Klug is a great source of inspiration for journal writing. It is the most comprehensive book on the subject o f journal writing that I've ever read. Mr. Klug gives many examples from his own journal writing, and he gives many approaches as well as ways to "get going" when you feel stuck. I read, and re-read the book and have loaned it and recommended it to friends who then bought their own copies. I find it a great resource. The most important thing Mr. Klug says about journal writing is that your journal is your journal, and you write it for your own reasons, so there's no one approach you MUST use. That's what I like about journal writing. I think you will find this book very encouraging and supportive for ANY reason that you want to write a journal.
Konetav
Good book, just not what I was looking for.
every one should be keeping a spiritual journal, please read this book, its a fast read!
How to Keep a Spiritual Journal: A Guide to Journal Keeping for Inner Growth and Personal Recovery ebook
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Ronald Klug
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