Inspire: Psalms


Release Date: September 1, 2016

Publisher: Tyndale

ISBN: 978-1-4964-1987-3

Genre: Bible / Journaling / Adult Coloring Book / Art

Bible Journaling is all the rage right now and I am in love with this one!

About the Book:

Inspire: Psalms includes all of the cherished features from the original Inspire Bible displayed beautifully in a coloring-book-style edition of the book of Psalms. This charming, square-trimmed, oversized edition of the ancient prayers and praises of Israel contains God’s inspired word displayed in a new way to inspire Scripture meditation and response. Inspire: Psalms is a single-column edition of the full book of Psalms combined with key verses displayed beautifully, including words to color in right within the Bible text. There are over 50 Scripture line-art illustrations in the wide margins to color and plenty of extra space for creative journaling. Inspire: Psalms features thicker, uncoated art paper, befitting of popular coloring books, which limits bleed-through and allows for use of even more markers, supplies, and techniques for coloring and creative journaling. Inspire: Psalms is great for people wanting to connect to the Psalms through art and extends a beautiful invitation to slow down and soak in God’s Word while coloring or creative-art-journaling on the pages.

My Thoughts:

I am amazed the Inspire: Psalms. The cover is absolutely gorgeous. If you’re looking for a creative way to study the Bible, you’ll definitely want to check out this one. You’ll read through the Psalms while decorating the pages as you read. I’m not very creative so I LOVE all of the ready-made designs.

It’s a fantastic way to dig into the Bible because it encourages you to ask yourself what the author is saying, what you think the passage is about, and how you can apply it to your life. I found myself meditating on a particular scripture as I colored my way through. There is also tons of space to create your designs.

Below are just a few of what some of the pages look like.


Some pages I used regular Crayola markers and colored pencils. Pages are thick so no worries about markers bleeding through. I’ve also seen others use watercolors and other fun crafty materials. It’s perfect for anyone who is new and those who are experienced.

I also found myself using Tyndale’s Faith That Sticks colorable scripture stickers throughout the book as well. It’s perfect for the imagination. Anything goes and you’ll be inspired.

Highly recommended and would make a wonderful gift for anyone who enjoys coloring.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Tyndale Rewards. I was not required to write a positive review and have not been compensated for it in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.

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