Would it surprise you to learn that the Bible teaches and encourages Christians to meditate? It’s true. Throughout the Old and New Testaments, God’s word calls us to meditate, contemplate, and reflect. The purpose of Bible meditation and mindfulness is to draw closer with God, to fall more in love with him, and to see spiritual truths that can help you win your spiritual battles. Bible meditation is an ancient practice from God.
Bible Meditation & Mindfulness
Discover 6 simple steps found in the Bible that can guide you in meaningful Bible meditations. These steps are like looking at a beautiful gemstone from different angles. With each step you have an opportunity to see something new and beautiful and to connect more deeply with God.
Formats: 6″ x 9″ paperback and hardcover with 120 pages and Kindle.
Companion Journal Available
The Bible Meditation & Mindfulness Journal includes the 6 steps for Bible meditation and 60 suggested meditations.
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A Simple Spiritual Discipline
Table of Contents
Part 1 – What the Bible Says about Meditation
1 – Meditation, An Ancient Practice from God
2 – Why Christians Should Meditate
3 – Meditations to Know God
4 – Six Steps for Bible Meditation
5 – A Sample Meditation
6 – Overcoming Distractions
7 – Living in Mindfulness
Part 2 – Meditations
8 – Meditations on Jesus
9 – Meditations on God
10 – Meditations on the Holy Spirit
11 – Meditations on Love
12 – Meditations on God’s Protection
13 – Meditations on Prayer
14 – Meditations on Overcoming Fear
Living in Mindfulness
Mindfulness, as taught in the Bible, is living in awareness of God’s love and his presence. The challenge we face to be mindful of these things is that our minds are already full of worries and anxieties, pressing to-do’s, painful emotions, or other unwanted thoughts. As a result, we miss out on the connections we can have with each other and with God. The good news is that we can grow in mindfulness as we practice meditation.