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Wash The Day Right Outta' Your Mind

Updated: Sep 7, 2022

We know meditation is good for our health and well being. Like many things that are good for us we often do not find the time to partake.

It's also true for the Christian finding time to spend with God seems at first difficult. It's not once we get to really know God, because it's the same idea as wanting to spend time with the one we love and we know loves us. We just want to.

We love him, because he first loved us.

1 John 4:19

If you're not there yet, feeling you want to spend time with God, resting, relaxing, refreshing in His presence, then quick meditation times may be just the thing to take you there.

Here's one idea that will cleanse your mind of this world, (and who doesn't need that now and then?). Rinse your mind off with the Word.

Take a scripture verse with you to your daily showers along with your soap and shampoo. Then recite It out loud a few times. Say it under your breath. Allow the Holy Spirit to fill you with wisdom from the word.

Sometimes you'll get a wonderful inspiration that will have you so excited you want to tell everyone. Sometimes you'll get no real amazing inspiration, rather you just feel better all over. Your mind is rested and refreshed. You've washed and cleaned your physical body and fed your spirit. Feeding your spirit restores your mind, will, and emotions, which is your soul. What follows? Your body receives healing as your soul (mind, will, emotions) is restored.

Each time we meditate on the Word of God we are spending time with the One who loves us more than we ever could imagine. We are allowing Him to love us. In that act of spending time together we are healed, spirit, soul, and body.

Healing can come instantly and miraculously yes. However, the time we spend with Him in meditation we are feeding our spirit which is building our immune systems, healing is coming to both our soul and body.

So now, after our daily shower we are now more equipped for our day and whatever it may bring. Don't stop there, take that Word into your day. Notice how it comes up when you need it? Notice how it reminds us in time of need Who will handle this immediate problem?

Yes now you'll understand how wonderful time spent with Jesus mulling over His words, not ours, is. You'll understand how it is so much more satisfying and invigorating. You're giving yourself a brain wash. I don't know about you, but I tire of my own thoughts and my own words. I find them stressful. Why not think on The Word? His ways are better than my ways.

Wash your soul, while you wash your body.

Don't take my word for it, ....

Great Reading: Reclaiming The Lost Art of Biblical Meditation. By Robert J. Morgan The God Prescription by Avery M. Jackson III, MD, FACS, FASNS

Share with me your Biblical Meditation benefits and stories.

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The practice of speaking God’s words out loud speaks to our spirit, restoring our souls which in turn, heals our body.

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