Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon (Book Review)

  So I started this well-known devotional about a year ago and honestly, I find it to be the best devotional that I have ever read. Much better than those currently on the market.  Charles Haddon Spurgeon, while he is rendered “The Prince of Preachers”, he is also a fantastic writer. His words are soulContinue reading “Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon (Book Review)”

Types of Biblical Meditation

Greetings everyone, sorry for the delay but we will continue the series on biblical meditation. If you’re new or want to refresh with previous posts on the topic click here. Without further ado, let’s go. So today I would like to discuss 2 types of Biblical meditation that the Puritans practiced. One is called occasionalContinue reading “Types of Biblical Meditation”

Benefits of Biblical Meditation

In our last post, we looked at some of the reasons as to why we don’t meditate biblically. Here we will observe the opposite in the benefits of meditating biblically. Benefits of meditation Mental renewal One feels empowered by the Holy Spirit through the Word of God. It is necessary in the renewal of theContinue reading “Benefits of Biblical Meditation”

Why We Don’t Meditate Biblically

In this first post in the series, I want to address some of the reasons why we don’t meditate biblically. I’m certain that we can find ourselves on this list. We don’t make time for it Oftentimes, we say we’re busy but it’s all a matter of prioritizing what’s important. As a biblical practice, itContinue reading “Why We Don’t Meditate Biblically”

Intro to Biblical meditation

Biblical meditation is a lost art. In an age where mysticism , yoga, and paganism is present, Biblical meditation is needed. It is essential in renewing the mind. It is crucial in having the mind of Christ. Biblical meditation is what helps us in our thought life in our daily struggle in the flesh. AndContinue reading “Intro to Biblical meditation”