This worked for exactly what I needed. It has plenty of space for free notes, but also questions to help you think deeper into the sermon. It is also a nice siz. It fits in my purse which makes it easy to carry around.
I bought several spiral bound notebooks from this company. I loved the personal journal and the prayer journal but this one not so much. There just wasn't enough room for notes for a sermon. Application questions are a good idea, however too much space wasted for those. You can't answer the questions if you can't get the material written down. The whole reason I bought a sermon notes journal was to have a singular place for sermon messages and plenty of room for written notes of the messages. I would have at least 2 pages per sermon.