Recently, I’ve been using my She Reads Truth Bible during my quiet times. I was given a copy by Lifeway so that I could share my thoughts on the Bible with you all. But more than just being a beautiful Bible to review, this Bible is slowly helping me find some space in my life again.
There’s something about this Bible that draws me to it. The simplicity of the cover. There’s a reverence there for me with this Bible that I haven’t felt in a long time. The translation, the CSB, is new to me also. It reads And the accessibility of some of the history through the timelines and maps excite me!
While the Bible doesn’t matter per say, finding a Bible that draws you towards Gods Word is so important. Right now, for this time and space in my life, the She Reads Truth Bible is what I needed. The devotionals have helped point me back towards scripture. I’ve already been writing notes and thoughts in the margin. There’s a freedom for me in the simplicity of the pages that makes me want to fill them with all things.
One of the things I’ve thought about a lot this past month is the idea of freedom. Of being free enough to be me – if I want to dance or clap during worship. Or to embrace the personality that God has given me. To feel comfortable in my own skin. And digging into the word of God brings me to a place where I can find that freedom. It’s only given by Him. And it’s only found in Him. And for today, the She Reads Truth Bible is helping me find a little bit more of that freedom.