Printable Perpetual Calendar - thankful scripture verses

Is January 6th to late to post a printable perpetual calendar?

August

I didn't think so.

perpetual calendar

Perpetual calendars are great for just keeping track of birthdays, anniversaries, and other special dates without having to transfer those to a new calendar each year.

June

While these can be used in the traditional way, I created these two perpetual calendars with something a bit different in mind.

gratitude calendar

I used scriptures that speak of thanks and gifts, one for each month, in the hopes that these will be used to record the daily gifts from God that we each receive.

There are two different files. One using scriptures from just the KJV Bible (for my non-LDS friends) and one that also uses scriptures from the Book of Mormon and Doctrine & Covenants.

You can download them here: (click on each photo)

KJV-bible-perpetual-calenda

Bible {KJV} Thankful Scripture Perpetual Calendar


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LDS Thankful Scripture Perpetual Calendar

Keep each calendar separate or mix them together to create two calendars with thankful scriptures from the Bible, Book of Mormon, and Doctrine & Covenants.

When printed on high quality cardstock these make lovely gifts that can be given any time of year.

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13 comments :

  1. Wow! These are great. I love them.
    So happy to have such a creative (and generous!) friend. :)

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  2. Beautiful! Of course the 6th is not too late for these awesome calendars.

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  3. These are amazing!!Thank you so much for sharing!

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  4. Thank you for putting this together and sharing. They look great. I read Ann's book last year and have tried again and again to make giving thanks a daily thing but I get distracted. I'm grateful for another fun way to solidify good habits.

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  5. What a fantastic idea! Thank you so much for posting these. They're beautiful!

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  6. Thank you. What a lovely gift. I appreciate your talent and generosity!

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  7. No, not too late to post this lovely calender...thank you. :)

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  8. So, are you supposed to write something that you are grateful for every day? Just wasn't to make sure I have the right concept.....

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    1. Yes! Write something you are grateful for every day of the year.

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  9. I have have this project saved to do for several months now. Starting it this year. Thanks for sharing your hard work!

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  10. Thank you! I printed these out and gave them to the Young Women as part of my lesson on Gratitude. Daily gratitude is a life changing concept - it would be so awesome if the girls go a hang of it in their youth. Thanks for this!

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