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As you learn to incorporate spiritual practices into your life, you'll find that everyday life is easier. Containing practical tips and direction on how to read the books of the Bible, Bible Study & Meditation is a 5-session study that helps you build and improve upon this holy habit. Each session consists of the following sections: commentary, discussion questions, points to ponder, prayer, put it into practice, and a take-away treasure.
Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)|
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We have amazing power and strength at our fingertips through understanding and applying God's word to our lives. This discipline looks at the prayerful deliberation of and digging into the Scriptures in more than just a cursory read.
"Being a devoted listener to Bible teaching and preaching means more than passively absorbing what we hear. Devout listeners know that Chris is present and that what we hear could change our lives. That said, it also means that we listen with critical, curious ears, eager to learn and discover more. And it means that we also keep our eyes toward Christ and our ears tuned to what the Holy Spirit might want to convict us on or challenge us with."
-Caryn Rivadeneira, "Devoted Listening to Scripture"
The twenty-four spiritual practices in this series are Acceptance, Bible Study & Meditation, Celebration, Community, Confession, Contemplation, Faith, Fasting, Forgiveness, Gratitude, Hospitality, Justice, Mentoring, Outreach, Prayer, Reconciliation, Sabbath Rest, Service, Silence, Simplicity, Solitude, Stewardship, Submission, and Worship.