Psalm 19: 7-14
Meditation means different things to different people. For some, it is a time of introspection and self-empowerment. To us, however, meditation has an altogether different meaning and despite the various ways the word is used, it is something we believers must take seriously in our walk of faith.
Simply put, meditation is the practice of thinking about God in all of His fullness, and asking questions such as:
- Who is God?
- How does He work in my life?
- What does Scripture say about Him?
- How has He shown faithfulness to me?
- How has He made Himself known?
When we meditate on the Word of God, His Spirit directs our thinking as we seek earnestly to know Him better. Often, the discipline will include wrestling with spiritual principles, which the Lord uses to build a firm foundation in our life. It may even involve a time of repentance, as He reveals truth and moves us to yearn for a Christ-centered mindset. Or, meditation could lead to healing if God shows us areas of our heart that need His touch. When we take time to set our mind on Him, the Lord will direct our thoughts.
This week, reserve a half-hour to sit quietly or take a walk. Dedicated that time to focusing your attention on God and letting Him speak to you. You will find this pause in your routine rewarding and exciting as you give yourself over to His presence.