Muller on Meditation

“The most important thing I had to do[ever day] was to read the word of God and to meditate on it. Thus my heart might be comforted, encouraged, warned, reproved, and instructed. “Formerly, when I rose, I began to pray as soon as possible. But I often spent a quarter of an
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Grace to Us in Sound Doctrine (Titus 1:9)

1:9: God’s Grace to us in Sound Doctrine The Apostle Paul has told us that when we look for elders in a local church, we need those who “hold firm to the trustworthy word as it has been taught” (Titus 1:9). An elder must be qualified, a called man who is committed to the authority and
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God’s Grace Shaping Our Character

1:6-8: God’s Grace to us in Shaping our Character In Titus 1:6-9, we are told what we are to look for in elders of a local church. Such individuals are to be “above reproach”, exemplify godly character in their marriage, family, life, and hold fast to the Bible (1:6-9). Yet, the quali
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My Approach to Daily Bible Reading

My Approach to Daily Bible Reading How should one go about reading through the Bible in a consistent and regular pattern? This a question all Christians should consider, as we desire to be those who are led by God’s Word and fed by it. The following is my approach. I’m not sure exactl
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Bread of Life Meditation

Bread of Life Meditation Jesus, you are the bread of life (John 6:35). My life can only be nourished by feeding on the knowledge of you. My heart can only be happy when its happiness is rooted in joy (Augustine). Apart from you, my soul withers. All other sources of joy, wonder, and m
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