September Daily Scripture Writing Plan

One of our greatest privileges as Christians is to be able to serve in the Kingdom. Sometimes that takes a public form, but often it’s done behind the scenes.

We know that Jesus said, “The last shall be first and the first shall be last.” The humility we find in serving others pays off in a big way in God’s currency. If you’ve invested any time in serving others, whether it’s in your community, your church, your family, locally or globally, you’ve found this to be true in your life, too.

Join all of us at Middle Places as we take a look at serving in the Bible during the month of September with our September Daily Scripture Writing Plan. Due to some extenuating circumstances in my life, including a new job and a funeral among many other things, I’m keeping it short and sweet this month. Below, you’ll find links to a Longer Daily Scripture Writing Plan with prompts for thought and a shortened plan that can double as a screen saver on your phone. Our regular printables will likely be available later this weekend.

Download the traditional printables by clicking the title desired below:

Long Daily Scripture Writing Plan

Short Daily Scripture Writing Plan

Pin it for later … (or save it as a lock screen for your phone!)

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PDF September Daily Scripture Writing Plan:
Guide & Prompts

(click the picture to download)

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Maria is wife to a handsome tech guru and homeschooling mom of a teen and tween. She's a coffee lover by day, tea lover by night, book nerd, crazy cat lady, musician and a self-proclaimed geek bent on a life of embracing grace and sharing stories.
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Maria is wife to a handsome tech guru and homeschooling mom of a teen and tween. She's a coffee lover by day, tea lover by night, book nerd, crazy cat lady, musician and a self-proclaimed geek bent on a life of embracing grace and sharing stories.

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