Meditation: A Christian on the Mount
By Thomas Watson | Edited by Dustin Benge
Meditation is one of the lost spiritual disciplines of the Christian life. While the world is exploring various forms of spirituality, believers are called upon to grow in their spiritual knowledge of Scripture, dive deep into the divine doctrines of God, and grow in Christ through the practice of meditation.
Thomas Watson defined meditation as “the soul’s retiring of itself, that by serious and solemn thinking upon God, the heart is raised up to heavenly affections.” Meditation was a duty practiced daily in the life of the Puritans and their forebearers. It was as natural as Bible reading, prayer, and even breathing. When practiced, meditation aids in our diligent pursuit of the means of grace, deepens our walk with Christ, stretches our understanding of Scripture, turns our hearts from temporal matters, and encourages more meaningful relationships with others.
Watson takes believers by the hand and leads them into the subjects, practices, and applications of biblical meditation.
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