Meditating on God’s Word

Meditating on Gods Word

More verses to meditate on God’s glorious word and scriptures

I’m amazed by how popular the post about Bible verses for meditating on God’s word was/is! It’s no wonder. God is so good and what Christian woman wouldn’t want to think about Him and all He’s done for them?

Christian meditation on scriptures and verses

Some people still have qualms about the word “meditation” because they associate it with new age or ungodly practices.

I say “hooey” on that. Saints of God have meditated on God’s goodness for ages! Still, I’d love to know. what do you think about meditation?  Is it something a Christian should do in your opinion?

Christian meditation

Christian meditation is a practice only as effective as what you choose to meditate on. For example, if you choose to meditate on a created thing – like a mountain, ocean, or your own body, then it’s futile. However, if you choose to meditate on God and His goodness, you’re involved in a Godly discipline that will render peace, joy, and comfort.

Here is what Christian women should meditate on:

11 I shall remember the deeds of i]”>[i]the Lord;
Surely I will remember Your wonders of old.
12 I will meditate on all Your work
And muse on Your deeds.
Psalm 77

Now, that’s Christian meditation!

Thinking and mulling over God’s work in your life – past, present, and future.

Meditating this way calms the doubting “voice” in your head that serves only to discourage you.

Meditating like this strengthens your resolve and firmly plants your feet in your Christian faith.

Meditating like this programs your subconscious mind to speak words of Christian faith and Godly optimism without even “thinking” about it! It becomes ingrained; embedded in your mind!

How could you ever live in fear when you recount all the wonderful “deeds” God has done for you? I don’t think you could.

How I do it:

I have no formula. Most of the time, I like just being in a quiet room. Sometimes it’s as simple as me waking up early and playing quiet Christian music while I think about the goodness of the Lord. Simple, right?

Other times, it may be a stolen moment right after I arrive home from work and I just sit quietly before Him. I don’t allow any other thoughts to come to my mind but only think about who He is or even a particular scripture. There’s no wrong way to meditate on God’s word or to meditate on his goodness.

When you get a moment, try thinking about Christ’s birth, death, and resurrection, that’s enough to lift your mood and build your faith! Think on such things!

Christian meditating on God's words

You know which scripture comes to mind: yep, Philippians 4:8.

Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble,
whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely,
whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or
praiseworthy—think about such things.

I also love to meditate on Bible verses. Here are a few that will bless you:

Jesus is an awesome God, indeed!

O God, You are awesome from Your sanctuary.
The God of Israel Himself gives strength and power to the people.
Blessed be God! (Psalm 68:35)

Think about: how amazing and awesome He is and how He equips you with strength!

God is worthy to be praised!

The Lord is good to all,
And His mercies are over all His works.
10 All Your works shall give thanks to You, O Lord,
And Your godly ones shall bless You.
11 They shall speak of the glory of Your kingdom
And talk of Your power; (Psalm 145:9-11)

Think about: how merciful He is to you. Ponder your gratefulness to Him and bless His name over and over in your mind. Declare you’ll talk about His glory often and frequently.

You are a mighty Christian woman in Him!

19 Behold, I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing will injure you. (Psalm 10:19)

Think about: how the Lord has equipped you with strength and power through the Holy Spirit. Think about the power and authority you have as a believer and declare you are equipped for any battle and any test!

You have a Father – a kind Father!

“But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in His name,” (John 1:12)

Think about: contemplate the fact you belong to Him. You belong. Breathe and think about what that means that you have a loving, kind, everlasting heavenly Father.

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That’s not all, Christian woman!

I love this video about Christian meditation.

Hey, have you tried the Abide App? Check it out! It’s perfect for Christian meditation.

15 thoughts on “Meditating on God’s Word”

  1. So agree! Need to make it a habit…working on it. ?

  2. Thanks, April. I totally agree. It does condition our hearts. Great point! Sometimes, like moves so fast, it helps us to show down and think of the Lord and His goodness. 🙂

  3. Such an important topic!! One that needs more attention in my opinion. Meditating on God’s goodness and ALL that He is to us should turn our hearts toward a surrendered spirit……great thoughts!!

  4. Thanks, Andrew! Thanks for checking it out. 🙂 I’m getting reading to “marinate” on some work now. LOL Really. 🙂

  5. I LOVE this. It’s so easy to just read through His word without giving any deep thought into what God is communicating to us. I’ve been encouraged to set apart time to meditate on His word. Thank you!

  6. YEEEEESSSSS! I love that scripture! I think they are interconnected – heart and the mouth. Great point. I love that you shared that! Thanks, Rebecca! 🙂

  7. Indeed! And gives us such peace. Thanks for swinging by, Robert. God bless you, Brother!

  8. Thanks, Wendy. I felt like a dork in the video, but, that’s how I roll. LOL Thanks for stopping by!

  9. Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart
    be acceptable in your sight psalm 19:14 Meditation is certainly a powerful part of prayer. Prayer isnt a one way street. I personally love to meditate on what I’ve read or just stop and feel God’s presence in my heart. It helps to experience a personal relationship with God.

  10. Thank you for this! It’s great to meditate upon God’s word as it helps us align our thoughts with His truths and what He says about us. The effect of it is that it helps build up our faith.

  11. This is great. I love seeing you put into words how you meditate on a certain scripture. Thank you for sharing.

  12. Nicely done!

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