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Deliberate engagement?




Deliberate engagement? In my reading habits, I discern two types: the pleasurable articles and narrative books, easily absorbed, and the scholarly texts demanding thorough meditation on each paragraph for comprehension. Such reading enriches the mind, requiring deliberate engagement to fully digest its content.


Think about it. Are you challenged to read God’s Word? Try meditating on it. The Bible is more than just a read; it’s a divine testimony.   


God’s Word tells us: “My soul thirsts for God, for the living God. When can I go and meet with God (Psalms 42:1)?”


Meditation, often neglected by Christians, is vital yet underutilized, similar to to looking at an  antique clock but not winding it, rendering it a futile time-keeper. Merely reading the Bible, stores truths but lacks knowledge. Meditating on the Word reveals God's heart, offering wisdom. Clocks ought to be experienced for their function. The Bible is no less operational by design.


We pray. “Heavenly Father, awaken our hearts to the importance of meditation on Your Word. May we not just store Your truths but seek deeper understanding through meditating on it, revealing Your heart and wisdom. In Jesus name. Amen!”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

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Deliberate engagement?




Deliberate engagement? In my reading habits, I discern two types: the pleasurable articles and narrative books, easily absorbed, and the scholarly texts demanding thorough meditation on each paragraph for comprehension. Such reading enriches the mind, requiring deliberate engagement to fully digest its content.


Think about it. Are you challenged to read God’s Word? Try meditating on it. The Bible is more than just a read; it’s a divine testimony.   


God’s Word tells us: “My soul thirsts for God, for the living God. When can I go and meet with God (Psalms 42:1)?”


Meditation, often neglected by Christians, is vital yet underutilized, similar to to looking at an  antique clock but not winding it, rendering it a futile time-keeper. Merely reading the Bible, stores truths but lacks knowledge. Meditating on the Word reveals God's heart, offering wisdom. Clocks ought to be experienced for their function. The Bible is no less operational by design.


We pray. “Heavenly Father, awaken our hearts to the importance of meditation on Your Word. May we not just store Your truths but seek deeper understanding through meditating on it, revealing Your heart and wisdom. In Jesus name. Amen!”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

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