For the Lord is Good!

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For the Lord is good; His mercy and loving-kindness are everlasting, His faithfulness and truth endure to all generations.
Psalm 100:5 AMP
http://bible.com/8/psa.100.5.AMP

Meditation has been sold as a mindless mantra, a zoning achieved by repeating over and over a word or sound that will open the soul to a higher level of knowledge or peace.   This perception of meditation is a 180 from God’s definition found in Joshua 1:8.  The term meditate is all about chewing and digesting like a cow chewing on her cud.  Meditation is meant to transform and open your spirit to God’s wisdom and leading.  As you read the Bible God speaks.  When something pops out to you STOP!  Mull it over.  Think about what is being said.  Ask God to explain it to you.  Go back to it throughout the day.  Ask God what He wants you to do with this information.   Talk about it to the people you meet.  Chew on it.  Change.

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6 thoughts on “For the Lord is Good!

  1. I have always thought that way about the Bible. It’s been definitively harder for me to sense that God moment nowadays, but I never give up for it to happen again. I have my bible open to I Timothy for 2 days now. I was even talking to my counselor about it. Thx for the reminder.

    • We all need reminders! I’m finding more direction and encouragement listening to Graham Cooke on u tube. I’m blogging the link on my post LISTEN TO GRAHAM COOKE. I find him so insightful. He opens Scriptures in such a reasonable and encouraging way. Please check him out and tell me what you think.

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