The Best Way to Meditate on Scripture

Kyle WinklerBy Kyle Winkler
Author & Bible Teacher

I’m a huge believer in meditating on Scripture.

The Bible describes it as a practice that positions you for almost effortless change and growth (see Psalm 1:2–3; Romans 12:2).

The problem I see is that most people don’t know how to effectively (or biblically) meditate. They either confuse it with new age rituals. Or they take a law-based approach that might do more harm than good.

In today’s teaching clip, I reveal the best way to meditate on Scripture. (Watch below. ⬇️)

You’ll discover the big difference between a law-based versus a grace-based approach. I also lead you through a real-life example on how to use Scripture meditation to affect emotional or behavioral issues.

Think On These Things JournalBy the way, I’ve developed a 30-day journal that puts this all into practice. It’s titled, Think On These Things. And it applies the strategy that I outline in the teaching. Click here to check it out.

P.S. Want more where this came from? Watch the full teaching, “Positioning Yourself for Effortless Growth & Change” or listen on your favorite podcast platform (Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Podcasts).

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