Cornell Notes-Style Bible Journaling

I purchased a Cornell Notes spiral notebook a few months ago, and found that I enjoyed the layout for sermon/teaching notes. Thoughts (rabbit trails) pop into my mind while writing the speaker's points, and the margins on the side of the main note-taking space provide the perfect place to capture them. The smaller margin area also allows me to record scripture references and other quickly-mentioned topics that I'd like to go back and revisit for further study.
The bottom portion of the layout is helpful for journaling any application or reflection following the teaching, and also provides space for future prayer prompts and praises.
I haven't refined it to perfected study system by any means - it's definitely a work in progress. I'd love to hear your creative thoughts on using this type of layout for Bible journaling and also prayer journaling. 
I plan to experiment further with this layout in my prayer journal, so stay tuned!

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