As a faithful servant of God, I spent many years trying to figure out how I could use my talents to serve Him better. We’ve all read the parable of the talents in Matthew 25, and I don’t know about you guys, but I’m kind of terrified of ending up like “the 1-talent servant” (verse 30). Crafting is a talent that God has given me. More specifically, He has given me an incredible crocheting skill. I’m good. Now, I’m still learning how to photograph, market, and sell my craft (that’s definitely an ongoing work in progress), but as for actually crocheting…I’m good, take my word for it.
Back in 2016, I set a New Year’s resolution to write down scriptures, and at first I researched and found some scripture-writing challenges that other people had come up with (there are TONS of them on Pinterest). That was all great and fine, and they certainly benefited me in their own way. But, as life got complicated, as life is apt to do from time to time, I wanted something more geared toward what I was specifically going through. So, I researched my own verses to go with my specific struggles.
Recently, I got the idea to develop a scripture-writing challenge that was geared to the crafty entrepreneur (not just for the crochet artist, but for everyone who is trying to sell their craft). It all goes back to learning how to increase my talent, bearing fruit, and working hard for God. Which brings me to March’s scripture-writing challenge! So, I have done the research, looked-up the Bible verses, and found those that are perfect! And the good news, is that I am willing to share these scriptures with you. So, you can download a printable version of these 31 bible verses, and don’t forget to subscribe to the blog to get future months as they are ready for you. I hope you guys enjoy writing these as much as I have, and feel free to comment below with how much it helps you to focus on Working Hard for God during the month of March 🙂 Just click the link below!
if you want to join us, I’m sure we would love to see some of your handiwork. Just use #MakersVersesMarch and we can support each other and share the love! Whether you are illustrating, copying, writing, highlighting, or just reading, come join the fun and let’s develop a community of makers who all rely on God first!