Any kind of journaling is a release of thoughts, memories, gleanings; a way of putting things into perspective for future reference. Spiritual journaling is particularly productive because of its subtle way of enlightening once the words are out of the mind and onto the page. Here are a few examples dictated by gifted thinkers:
Faith is characterized by people believing God’s word regardless of their personal circumstances. Father Peter Coughlin, Catholic Priest.
God will give you an idea that will challenge you to live by trust. Robert H. Schuller, Hour of Power
He is your best friend who brings out of you the best that is in you. Henry Ford
No problem is too big for God’s power, no person is too small for God’s love. Robert Schuller
We defeat ourselves, or gain victories by the thoughts we think. Norman Vincent Peale
Through His word and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, God will teach us what is right and enable us to do it. Our Daily Bread magazine.
The most important thing of all things to possess is peace of mind. Peace of mind includes all other good things. Emmet fox
Some of the best advice ever given: “Be still and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10