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Today's Christians have too often misunderstood meditation and its place in their faith tradition. Many of us have heard that meditation belongs only to Buddhism or other Eastern spiritual practices. In this short volume, William E. DeWitt outlines the scriptural basis for meditation and how it allows us to find the Holy Spirit within ourselves. We spend most of our time in our busy minds, but meditation leads us from our minds to our hearts, where Christ lives. Unlike basic meditation, which is often centered on the self, Christian meditation helps us make Christ the center of our lives. It is not a technique, DeWitt emphasizes, but a spiritual discipline.
A lifelong Christian, DeWitt discovered later in life that regular meditation adds a rich dimension to his faith, enhancing his understanding of the Bible and deepening his relationship not only with God but with those around him. In simple, straightforward language, he demystifies meditation practice, the greatest experience of God's grace he has ever known besides salvation itself. If you are seeking a more peaceful heart and greater spiritual fulfillment, learn more about what DeWitt calls this gift from God.