Meditating Upon and Communicating with The Lord

To meditate is to reflect upon the goodness and mercy of the Lord, but what we meditate upon will ultimately prove what is in our hearts …

The Isaiah 53:5 Project

images     Meditation according to the Strong’s Concordance is to ponder, imagine, study, converse (with one’s self aloud), to commune, complain, to declare, muse, pray,speak, talk (with), mourn utter, to resolve in one’s mind,to premeditate, reason, reckon, or to think (on).

A good example when it comes to premeditating can be found in Luke 21:14-15 where Jesus is speaking to His disciples concerning end times. Jesus said:  “Resolve and settle it in your minds not to meditate and prepare beforehand how you are to make your defense and how you will answer. For I [Myself] will give you a mouth and such utterance and wisdom that all of your foes combined will be unable to stand against or refute.”

As we learn to wait upon and commune with the Lord during times of meditation the fruit will always produce God’s wisdom with the revelatory knowledge with the information…

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