Meditating, Memorizing, Meaningful

Let all copyI’ve said in previous posts that Psalm 62 especially verses 5-8 have really spoken to me in the past year. I have decided to take up memorizing these verses so I can meditate on them day and night.  All my years growing up in Christian school I was required to memorized passages from the Bible. I have always visualized the layout of each sentence and that helped me to remember it. Recently, I thought about the photos I post here and realized I could make it visually stimulating to help me with the memorization and recall.

One technique for deeper understanding of a Bible passage has been to read it over many times, each time emphasizing a different word. This has provided richer blessings as the meaning has soaked in from different perspectives. You may want to try that.

Something else I noticed is that when I originally copied this to my mirror, to begin and end each day with this reminder, is I omitted the word quietly.  I know it is supposed to be there but on different days I may change wait quietly to intentionally, patiently, joyfully, hopefully, excitedly, humbly … the list goes on.  It has been a good reminder for me to be completely focused on how I see God and how I interact with Him.

The next couple of posts will be from these verses.  I hope you can enjoy time to meditate, memorize and be filled with God’s meaningful word.

May God continue to abundantly bless you ~ Faye

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Posted on April 10, 2014, in God's Blessings, Meditating on God's Word and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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