Tagged: Spirituality

13 Techniques for Biblical Meditation

The Bible repeated encourages meditation (Josh 1:8; Ps 19:14; 119:15, 27, 48, 78, 97, 99, 148; 143:5). In a previous post titled Biblical v/s Secular Meditation modern-day meditation concepts were compared to the biblical mandate to meditate. In this post, 13 specific techniques for biblical meditation are provided. As a disclaimer, most of this information…

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Biblical v/s Secular Meditation

According to estimates, “10 million Americans…practice some form of meditation,” but today’s meditation is not as frequently presented as a form of spiritual development as it is a method to be practiced for its physical and psychological benefits. Studies now show benefits on a molecular level for stilling the body and mind decreasing anxiety and…

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You Are Clean

By: Rhonda Dungan Rhonda was a lost sheep that was found and now lives in the glorious grace and love of the Shepherd. My study the last two days has been encouraging to my soul. My joy can’t help but grow wings and take flight when God whispers words of His love to my heart….

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Reflections on Rom 12:9-12 by Someone with a Long Way to Go

By: Adam McClendon www.newlineministries.com Romans 12:9-21 contains incredibly concise and convicting teachings regarding the Christian life.  Paul set the context of this section by first explaining that believers are called to surrender their lives as living sacrifices to God; whereby, he then serves others through us (12:1).  In that process, believers are to resist being…

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Caution: Wet Floor

By: Adam McClendon www.newlineministries.com Several years ago, my mother slipped on a freshly mopped floor, broke her neck, and ruptured two discs in her lower back. I’ve been much more careful when walking on wet floors ever since.  They are just to slippery. Around that time, while struggling with some habitual sin in my life,…

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