Chewing the Bread of Life

To be notified of new posts, please enter your e-mail in the follow box and submit.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Welcome - Week of August 11, 2014 True Stories Party


You are invited to enter YOUR true story here and read and comment on those posts near you.   We all love comments!

Scriptural Meditation
(Excerpt from Gloria Coleman’s book
“Daily Scripture Reading and Meditation"
What Is Scripture Meditation? The Bible tells us in Psalm 1: 2-3 that the person who delights in God’s Word and meditates on that word day and night will be ever green all year round and whatever that person does will prosper.

You may be asking the question I asked for years – What is scriptural meditation?

One of the Hebrew words used in the bible for meditate is “hagah” and it means to murmur (in pleasure or anger); to ponder, mutter, roar, speak, study, talk, utter. Scripture meditation therefore is when you speak God’s Word to yourself over and over again, think on it, pray it and mutter it.

Allow God’s Word to fill your heart and mind. Think on the scripture you have chosen to meditate on and ponder it in your heart. Soon the Holy Spirit will bring you revelation on that Word and make that Word effectual in your life.

As you continue to meditate, faith will rise up in your heart because you will keep on hearing (yourself murmur) the Word. Suddenly the Word will become life to you and health to all your flesh.
~ ~ ~

You might enjoy this weeks posts from my Blog“A Joyful Noise”-

If you are new to entering a Blog Hop, please review these suggestions.
How to create an acceptable Title to link your actual post, CLICK HERE.

Please link back to this community, either by using the code for my button on my side bar or simply a text link. 

1 comment:

  1. Meditating on Scripture is such a wonderful way to hide His Word in our heart. Thanks for hosting & God bless!


How to leave a comment - Select Name/Url and enter your Name in the name box.. (do not enter anything in the URL box)

Be sure to click the box - I am not a robot.