When completing a maze, instead of drawing a line through the maze, what if you wrote a series of Bible verses? If the maze is long enough, perhaps a chapter from the Bible, or a Psalm.
The Psalm would bend and turn throughout the maze.… Read the rest
Finding creative techniques to write Psalm 100 is a lot of fun. Today I found another interesting method that doesn’t involve in-depth lettering…
Photograph a simple writing in the context of my daily life
A couple days ago I wrote a simple version of Psalm 100.… Read the rest
Instagram has some really cool lettering using regular Crayola markers. #crayligraphy
(Sweet dream, September, and Beautiful by @nicebreakfast)
My four-year-old daughter has Crayola markers out all the time. I figured I’d use of these simple tools to make an awesome creation.… Read the rest
“Give thanks” (Hebrew: “hodu”) appears in 16 bible verses.
Hebrew font is Frank Ruhl Libre Black from Google fonts
All 16 Bible verses that use the Hebrew word ‘hodu’ for ‘give thanks’:
Oh give thanks to the LORD; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples!… Read the rest
Why am I handwriting Psalm 100 every day?
The motivation comes from many areas. Here are 13 motivations and inspirations.
1. Get in the Bible more
I miss having a weekly Bible study. For nine years I went to a Bible study in the city.… Read the rest
Why would I render Psalm 100 in a Pac-Man font? A few loose reasons.
1. It’s my birthday, so I wanted to do something fun
Every year when my birthday rolls around, it seems like I’m doing something creative. I don’t plan this out, it just kinda happens.… Read the rest
Of the eight sentences in Psalm 100, only two end with a period. The other six sentences have wonderful exclamation points. These two periods serve a definite purpose. If you take Psalm 100 and split it into two halves; each of these periods concludes their respective half.… Read the rest
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“All the earth” is very much emphasized in today’s rendering of Psalm 100 for the “Psalm Everyday” project. I wanted to push one phrase in Psalm 100 to be really big and bold. “all the earth” is quite a bold statement, so it’s fitting to make this shine nice and loud.… Read the rest
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Every day for the past week I’ve been writing Psalm 100 by hand. I hope to continue this project for at least a year. Some days I do a straight-forward writing. Other days I do something a little more creative.… Read the rest
[Update: you can follow my @PsalmEveryday on Twitter and @PsalmEveryDay on Instagram.]
We all know that reading our Bible every day is a great thing. How about hand-writing a verse every day? Hand-writing a verse everyday gets you to slow down and absorb each word more.… Read the rest