MID AFTERNOON MEDITATION 9-13-20

More than four years ago I embarked on a meditational journey through the Psalms. My practice has been to move verse by verse through the book asking meditational questions of my readers. You have come up with some great answers over the years, but I have provided few.

I have now finished the journey of asking and I am now beginning the journey of thinking on and answering my own questions through the Psalms. Let’s continue:

ON THE MORNING OF MAY 21ST 2016 I ASKED:

Blessed is the one

who does not walk in step with the wicked

or stand in the way that sinners take

or sit in the company of mockers,

2but whose delight is in the law of the Lord,

and who meditates on his law day and night.

3That person is like a tree planted by streams of water,

which yields its fruit in season

WHAT ONE SPIRITUAL THING COULD YOU IMPROVE ON TO YIELD MORE SUCCESS IN YOUR LIFE?

One of the things I am really working on in my spiritual life right now is listening and stepping forward into what I hear. I have long understood that I have a prophetic gift. I have been afraid to operate in that gift to its fullest measure because I was afraid that it would cause others not to like me.

Negative reactions from people in the past have kept me from operating in the gift in the present. Up until the last few years I have been relatively silent concerning what I see in the Spirit.

Now though I have rebuilt my schedule so that I have much more time to pray and study the Word. Now I just need to practice stepping out in faith when the Lord speaks to me about someone or something.

5 thoughts on “MID AFTERNOON MEDITATION 9-13-20

  1. For me, it is stopping looking at the study of the Bible as one of my chores, and to see it more like food or water, a necessity. It’s so strange that I can read a murder mystery from cover to cover in one day, if it is really good, but when I take up the Bible, I find myself getting drowsy after about an hour. I have had to learn to push through and not let Satan win. But certainly, study is my hardest thing.

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