I like the creative and reflecting thinking which occurs during the process of "eliminating text." Begin with a page of written text-either as part of your altered book journal or a separate page that you can glue to your journal. Read and re-read the page of text and mark out ("eliminate") words that do not apply to what you are thinking about. Let the words that keep jumping out at you remain uncovered.
It will take numerous careful and reflective readings before you have a small portion of text remaining. Then, write a bit of prose on the opposite blank page (pre-coated with white gesso). You can write free-hand or use small rubber stamp letters to individually stamp the words. You can leave the completed "re-composed" text stand alone, or you can continue to embellish it with artsy theology...now or later.