Samuel Andres - May 22, 2022

Scripture Meditation

“Sow a thought, Reap an action; Sow an action, Reap a habit; Sow a habit, reap a character; Sow a character, Reap a destiny.” Jesus modeled good and godly habits. Luke 5:15–16 Paul modeled and encouraged good and godly habits. 1 Corinthians 9:24–27 2 Corinthians 3:17–18 KCC’s 10 Spiritual Practices 1. Scripture Reading and Meditation 2. Prayer and Worship 3. Community 4. Fighting the Flesh 5. Feasting and Sabbath 6. Learning and Wonder 7. Sacrificial Giving 8. Fasting and Moderation 9. Spiritual Direction 10. Preaching the Gospel and Serving Others Psalm 119:9–16 Meditate in Hebrew - “muse on, consider, think on, i.e., ponder and so give serious consideration to information, or a situation” - Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains Meditation is deep thinking and musing on scripture for the purpose of understanding, application, and prayerful communion with God. Psalm 1:1–2 Psalm 119:97 Psalm 119:148 Joshua 1:7–8 How to Meditate on Scripture John 5:39–40 17 ways to meditate on Scripture:

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