I will meditate on your majestic, glorious splendor and your wonderful miracles.
Psalms 145:5 (NLT)

Meditation is more than a quick consideration. It is not emptying your mind of thought. It is serious reflection. David is saying we should meditate on God’s majestic, glorious splendor and His wonderful miracles. We stop and consider what it means. We ask, “Lord, what do you want to say to me?” We take each attribute of God mentioned and consider it with deep thankfulness in our heart. We search for application asking God, “Lord what do you want me to do as a result of this meditation?” We let the words sink deep into our heart and let God use it to bring what we need whether it is conviction, direction, guidance, rebuke or praise and thankfulness. We commune with God and let Him commune with us. Today spend time in meditation. Meditate on His majestic, glorious splendor and His wonderful miracles.

Dear Father help me meditate on your majestic, glorious splendor and your wonderful miracles. Speak to my heart I pray.


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I am a Christian who deeply believes in God and the purposes He has put us on earth for. I started in ministry when I was 20 years old. I have been involved in both evangelism and compassion ministires. I deeply believe in our mission to help those in need. I believe however,that the church has missed our calling. We have not been effective in loving others as we would love ourselves. We have not been using our Spiritual Gifts to make a difference in this world. We have not mobilized to be the salt and light in the world. The goal of this web site is to help those interested to use their Spiritual Gifts in order to fulfill the mission Christ has given us to love the world.
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