A Simple Way to Meditate on Bible Verses — 4 Comments

  1. I have used index cards for years to not only let me memorize verses, but, as you suggest, to meditate and draw my heart and mind to the Father’s truth. I tape them to my bathroom mirror. I have them in my car, on my kitchen counter. Everywhere!
    Thanks for sharing.

    • Amen! It’s so nice to hear how diligent you are “to mediate and draw your heart and mind to the Father’s truth”, THollis.
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  2. “ Learning to make my thoughts line up with God’s Word has been one of the most transformative things I’ve done in my Christian walk.”

    This was also something I learned to focus on early on. It is amazing how much lies we can allow in our thought lives. Until we learn to examine them with God’s word we can/will be a basket case.

    “So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.”

    I need to do more of this. Thanks Sheryl

    • Amen. So true what you said that until we learn to examine our thoughts with God’s Word, we can end up being a basket case. (I can personally testify to that.)
      I want to thank you, Barbara, for reading my devotion – and for sharing it on your Facebook page.

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