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date submitted 16.03.2010
date updated 24.02.2012
genres: Children's, Young Adult, Christian,...
classification: universal

Bible Cards

Reverend Chayla Dion Amundsen (Noland)

Bible Cards are a revelatory tool used by anyone: scholars and Sunday schoolers, small group workshops and prayer circles. Street-evangelists use them in their ministry.


Consult the cards during life changes, when you feel ‘stuck’, when you need clarity, for comfort, for someone else, or just out of curiosity.

Select a card every morning. Check the cards every night. Set up a weekly theme with a 7-card revelation. The possibilities are as boundless as the Spirit. Allow the Holy Spirit to guide your selection and look up the cards.

The cards are organized in four suits with an extra card of Repentance; Saints (green), Apostles (red), Sins (blue), and Commandments (yellow). Each card is divinely inspired and represented with a picture and scriptural references. A brief synopsis of each card is given to help you in your understanding of what each card might mean.

Before long, you will be able to help your friends, family and members of the community through the power of the Holy Spirit! Use the manual when specific questions or concerns come up. Use the cards spontaneously and develop your own style. Have fun exploring God’s Word and the revelations of the Holy Spirit. The more you study the Bible and Christian history, the more revealing the cards will be to you and your friends!

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geraldber wrote 1087 days ago

sounds like a great tool for the ministry God bless will back this

Tom Balderston wrote 1340 days ago

Creative. Useful. Meaningful. A valuable Christian tool.
Tom Balderston
The Wonder of Terra

Eunice Attwood wrote 1413 days ago

Beautifully crafted cards. This type of thing is very poplular right now and should do well. Yours carry a special message so are quite original. I created some a few years back with guidance, but have not yet put them into print. I am waiting for the perfect artist to complete the picutres. Good luck. Eunice - The Temple Dancer.

SingingOwl wrote 1422 days ago

I'm reading #6, about the author. Haven't looked at anything else yet. I'm wondering about the whole idea....sounds a bit too much like divination using scripture to do it!? Just thinking, and I will be back to check it out further. Meanwhile, there are numerous grammatical and spelling errors in 6. Just a couple of example, "In the quiet ours of dawn..." ours shoud be HOURS. Incite should be INSIGHT. Lake of financial support, shoud be LACK. There are more. Commas are unsed incorrectly, and so on. I'm not trying to be overly critical, but these errors are so obvious that they will stop many from taking you seriously. Questions: Are these aleady in print? Not a book, it seems, and should not be marketed as such. I am going to check out the Facebook link. Back later for more reading. God bless.

LaSombra wrote 1446 days ago

This is so cool. Rather than tarot cards, there are messages from the bible... something to help people learn. This is such a wonderful idea. I hope it really does get published, if it hasn't already. It's a great idea!

lizjrnm wrote 1448 days ago

This is a spiritual read that will bring hope and faith to many as well as being very well written and thought provoking. Easy to back.

The Cheech Room

yasmin esack wrote 1460 days ago

Lovely. lovely.


SammySutton wrote 1462 days ago


Great idea, what a wonderful tool to honor as well as invoke study and worship. The simplicity alsone could help train a person to make it part of their daily life.
Good Luck!
Sammy Sutton
King Solomon's '13'

Azam Gill wrote 1463 days ago

Bible Cards.

A fine work of religious scholarship and humility that reaches out to people struggling for answers in a spiritually bankrupt world.

The writing style is simple, clear and forthright, and self-righteousness refreshingly absent., although the card shuffling device might be subject to debate.


Azam Gill

MMQ wrote 1466 days ago

I have backed this, we all need Jesus in our life especially in a corupt society today!!

Despinas1 wrote 1466 days ago

Dear Reverend C Dion, Proud to see something worthwhile being written with the grace of God.
All the best of luck
The Last Dream

EltopiaAuthor wrote 1476 days ago

What is this, the everlasting advertisement?

Owen Quinn wrote 1477 days ago

Very well done

klouholmes wrote 1481 days ago

This is an innovative and interesting idea for young people. I'm sure many would want to try out this book and idea and think on the results. Shelved - Katherine (The Swan Bonnet)

Ron Mitchell wrote 1527 days ago

What a great tool this is for ministry. I thought the material was well laid out. The different variations in the print were a little hard for me at times in reading the material, but generally it was very fundamental stuff. Thanks again for your kind words and backing.
-Ron (author of December Gold, a Christian historical fiction novel)

COOKIE GAWAIN wrote 1528 days ago

Rev C.., This is an invention, get a patent. I thought this was a unique idea, rather than tarot cards, and astrology. I used to read the bible that way, I would pray and knock three times and say ask and you shall receive knock and it shall be opened unto you.,. whatever verse I opened to on the right side would seem to be fit for that day. Cookie 'Being'

eloraine wrote 1531 days ago

Backed with pleasure. E.Loraine Royal Blood Chronicles book one

crazy mama wrote 1533 days ago


Micheal O'Durcain wrote 1533 days ago

What a pleasant way to introduce the treasures of the bible.
I appreciate the short concise quotations which are easy to absorb and add to the knowledge of theperson.
Two minor errors (typos) you can correct in a re-edit.
Mark introduction : ..'and we do wasn't to lead..' It's not clear what is meant here.
1 Kings 3:5-14 : In Gibeon.... should read ..In Gideon..'
Otherwise excellent
I'm watchlisting till I clear my shelf, then I'll back.
Well done
Micheal O'Durcain
Murder on the Menu

Rev. C. Dion Noland wrote 1533 days ago

Thankyou Ray, for your encouragement. I've backed your book, and good luck to you.

Raymond Nickford wrote 1533 days ago

Dear Reverend C,

I applaud your ability to use the method of cards to bring some comfort to those who, at critical times in their lives, may be in most need of guidance and who can the more easily find, through your method, the scriptures that are most relevant to them.
Your explanataion is written in very clear prose, without need of adornment, for the wonder is as much in the spirit you invoke as in the words you use to do so.
I pray that you will find what you want for this book and that a suitable publisher may notice your work here.

(A Child from the Wishing Well)

soutexmex wrote 1547 days ago

Rev: I can go with the short pitch. With the long pitch, I would break it down into smaller paragraphs so it reads faster. Perfecting your pitches is how you climb in ranking to gather more exposure and comments to better your novel. The writing is good so I am SHELVING you.

Though I have been a very active member for over a year, I can still use your comments on my book when you get the chance. Every little bit helps. Cheers!

The Obergemau Key

SusieGulick wrote 1548 days ago

Dear Rev. C Dion, I love that you use scriptures because the Word of God is quick & powerful. God bless you. Before I began to read your book, I was prepared by your recap/pitch & forward & instructions on your 10 cards which was very well done. Your book is good because you create interest by having short paragraphs, which makes me want to keep reading to find out what you willsay next. I'm backing/commenting on your book to help it advance. Could you please return the favor by taking a moment to back/comment on my TWO memoir/testimony books, "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" & the unedited version? "Tell Me True Love Stories," which tell at the end my illness now/6th abusive marraiage." Thanks, Susie :)

Burgio wrote 1548 days ago

My mother believed playing cards was morally wrong (the game of the devil) – so the idea of shuffling cards to determine which Bible verse to read for that day appeals to me. And I think will appeal to a lot of people. I’m adding this to my shelf. Burgio (Grain of Salt).

alison woodward wrote 1566 days ago

a different book, ive never read one like this, backed


Rev. C. Dion Noland wrote 1566 days ago

Please refer to to view all 53 card images...the art is the story, the manual is scripture.