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Energizing Meditations of Scripture

Updated: Dec 24, 2021


Christian meditation is not only to help us relax and sleep; it also allows us to create new mindsets from different levels of faith.


Levels of faith will energize us to move forward to accomplish feats that we have never done before. As we meditate on the Word of God, the Holy Spirits show us through the eyes of faith the angles we can accomplish by moving forward based on new insight.


I am saying that there is an energizing side of meditation for the Church in these hours. The Holy Spirit beckons the Church to move forward in boldness as we stir up His power within us.


So, don't only meditate at night, but meditate in the morning and during the day. Incorporate energizing upbeat music that will train your body to yield to the energy of faith coming from your spirit.


God told Joshua, " This book of the Law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein; for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success." (Joshua 1:8 KJV)


So think about it, He wasn't just talking about when we are relaxing and sleeping, but during our busy waking hours also.


Check out my Instagram Reel for an example of using uptempo music to help you think on the Words of Jesus, the walk in the Light. Consider recording your meditation of the Word of God on your phone using instrumental music and sounds to energize your day.


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God Bless,

Pastor Sandy




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