When we think about Biblical meditation, it can oftentimes feel overwhelming, and maybe even a little mysterious. But, it’s really much simpler than we often tend to make it: thinking about God’s Word slowly and carefully, and allowing Him to apply it to more then just our head, but also to our heart.
This week on the podcast, we’ve got part one of a special interview with Gabe Cleator, a conference speaker and good friend of the show, focusing on the topic of Biblical meditation. Join us as we have a discussion about what mediation is (and is not), and some testimonies of how mediation has impacted Gabe’s life. We’ll cover “hearing God’s voice,” and being humble, and *persistent* in learning from the Bible. That’s all on this episode of the Sharpening Character Podcast!
Interview: Gabe Cleator on “Meditation” – Part One
(Hosted by Andrew)
References in this segment:
- Psalm 119
- Proverbs 23
- Isaiah 55
- Tentmakers Interview with Kenny Hughes from 2017 (Episode 077)
- Last Week’s episode about Elijah and the Still Small Voice (Episode 188)
- ScriptureFocus Passage: Psalm 119:11
- Check back next week for Part Two of our interview with Gabe, looking at some practical tips on how to actually meditate on God’s Word!
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