Meditation and the Bible

Meditation and the Bible

A highly radical interpretation of the Bible demonstrating the methods of meditation used by the Prophets to attain their unique states of consciousness. First English translation from ancient unpublished manuscripts, with commentary.

How to Meditate on God's Word

Fast and Easy Ways to Practice Intentional Bible Meditation and Grow in Faith, Worship and Prayer

How to Meditate on God's Word

Fast and Easy Ways to Meditate on the Bible and Grow in Worship, Love, and Peace. Meditation is the way to develop your spirit man. It helps get our minds better prepared for prayer. We are better able to focus and worship God in spirit and in truth. As you meditate on God's word, you help your spirit, soul, and body become more detached from the influences of the world; you detach your affections from what's not necessary and re-channel them to the most important things of life. You open yourself up to divine encounters that will establish your destiny. When you "meditate" on God's words, they become "His sayings." That is, God begins to talk to you through them. The Holy Spirit amplifies the Words inside of you and gives you details that could have only come from God. You gain direction. This small booklet will show you: =>What is bible meditation? =>10 benefits of meditating on the word of God. =>The 7-step method for effective Bible meditation. =>Biblical meditation techniques. =>How to meditate and talk to God. =>How to meditate on the word of God daily. =>Meditate on God's word day and night scriptures. If you desire to grow in the knowledge of God and enrich your prayer life, then this book will certainly guide you on that path.

Meditation and Communion with God

Contemplating Scripture in an Age of Distraction

Meditation and Communion with God

John Jefferson Davis summons the resources of traditional biblical meditation for a culture lost in the cloud. He establishes the trinitarian view of God's real presence in Scripture and then ushers readers through three successive stages of meditation--consummating in a method for deep assimilation of the Christian worldview.

Daily Meditations on Golden Texts of the Bible

Daily Meditations on Golden Texts of the Bible

In our crisis-filled world of today, the timeless truths and guidance of the preeminent texts of the Bible are needed more than ever. This work selects 365 of the golden texts of the Bible, one for each day of the year, with all 66 books of the Bible represented. These crown jewels of Scripture over time have stood out as mountain peaks on the range of Bible truth and inspiration. The reading and reflections upon these Golden Texts will introduce to new readers, and reinforce for seasoned ones, the greatest texts of the Bible -- what they are, where they are located, and their message for today. The daily meditations presented on these golden nuggets from Godbs Word will immeasurably enrich the lives of the readers, as they have through the years that of the author.

Good Morning!

Quiet Time, Morning Watch, Meditation, and Early A.A.

Good Morning!

Dick B. is a writer, historian, Bible student, retired attorney, and recovered AA who has devoted 18 years of his life to digging out and publicizing the real biblical roots of the early A.A. fellowship. In early AA, Quiet Time was a must. God's guidance was a must. And the A.A. pioneers followed the rules of the Bible in pursuing fellowship with their Creator. Dick has published 33 titles on the history subject.

Constant Fellowship

A Handbook on Scripture Meditation

Constant Fellowship

So what is meditation, and how does one cultivate this lofty-sounding habit 'day and night?' Meditation has multiple facets... First, meditation is an intentional focusing of your mind and heart on God and His Word.Why meditate? Stop and think about it. The Bible never commands you to read your Bible every day. Why? Because, for the vast majority of believers throughout history, that has been an impossibility. Nevertheless, although the Bible does not command the believer to read Scripture on a prescribed schedule, it clearly emphasizes the primacy of the Word by repeatedly giving another command one that is much more far-reaching and difficult to obey. The Bible tells us to meditate day and night. The goal of meditation is to know God and to walk with Him; and because God has revealed Himself in His Word, meditating on Scripture is an essential discipline for the believer. Therefore, meditation is indispensable to knowing and obeying God.Constant Fellowship: A Handbook on Scripture Meditationis designed to help the believer develop Biblical life patterns of meditation.

Women and the Bible in Early Modern England

Religious Reading and Writing

Women and the Bible in Early Modern England

A study of English women's religious reading and writing in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.