Meditating on scripture is thinking deeply and focusing our minds on a specific passage we read. I would also add that meditating on scripture is allowing our imagination to paint pictures of what we're reading.
Meditation is not a bad word. I remember growing up thinking it was though. This was largely due to the New Age Movement being pretty popular and it had taken over the Biblical concept of meditation in most people's minds.
Lately I have become convicted about my lack of self discipline in pretty much all areas of my life. As I've meditated on the concept of discipline and how it currently looks in my life I have come to a startling and helpful realization: I am not prepared to be self disciplined because my mind is not prepared. Thus, the predicament I find myself in.
In case you missed it, the third entry of this series on apologetics was about eye witnesses to Jesus' ministry. Consider this entry part two of entry #3. This is also going to be about eye witnesses, but from a different vantage point. You see, those that claim that the disciples just "made up" the [...]
In part one of this series of entries about why I trust the authority of scripture, I explained how important wisdom is. God doesn't want us to be uninformed about the legitimacy of His claims, who He is or the implications all that has for our lives. This time, my goal is to show you [...]