“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Visual Journaling Exercise: Road Map

Pull out your art journals- here is a good exercise when you want to look back on your life then plan for the future.  
Point me down your highway God; direct me along a well lighted street; show my enemies whose side you’re on. 
Psalm 27:11
Think of your life as a road map. Some roads are straight and wide, while others are narrow and winding. Some are bumpy, and others are smooth. There are sometimes roadblocks or detours. Your life may have many of these. 

In your journal or on a separate sheet of paper, draw your life as a road map. 

·      What events were expected?
·      Which ones were unexpected? 
·      What people were associated with these events? 
·      What feelings are remembered? 
·      What’s next? 

Now, draw three paths off the main road: the high road, the expected road, and the low road. Draw the symbols that are associated with each.  
What steps do you need to stay on or take the preferred road?

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