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Psalms, chapter 104


Let our mind follow Christ.May our thoughts be a reflection of God and lead us to eternal life.

Our Bible reading for today is from Psalms 104, the verse of reference in  is: 

 “May my meditation be pleasing to him, as I rejoice in the Lord. (Psalms 104:34 NIV).

Challenge:

To Meditate more on God and salvation. 

Historical commentary. – Psalm 104 begins with a prologue of worship, and culminates praising and exalting God for everything He had done. The psalmist recognizes the great importance of the biblical doctrine of creation. It was the basis of the Hebrew worldview and differentiated them from other nations. Also today, the biblical worldview from the teachings of Genesis marks a big difference between humanism and Christian thinking.


Meditate on the following topics:

1. Meditate on biblical messages. – “When we study the Bible and meditate on the life of Christ and the plan of redemption, these great themes will be revealed more and more to our understanding.” 4TS 255.

2. Meditate on Christ and less on our sorrows. – “Nothing we get to think of our grievances. God invites us to meditate on His mercy and love unmatched, so that we are moved to praise Him more”. CE 209.

3. Meditating on the second coming of Christ. – “Compliance will this promise to be fulfilled hundreds of other promises:” Meditate on this truth, the second coming of Christ. The Lord is coming very soon. ” SVC 155.

4. Meditate on the eternal themes. – “If God’s people appreciate His word, they would have a heaven in the church here on earth. Yearn over the light of the Word of God rather that the newspapers, magazines or novels. ” 8TI 205.

5. Meditating on acting appropriately. – “The apostle Paul exhorted Timothy to meditate on things pure and good, that its use was evident to all. The same advice they need much youth in the current era. If only more men would think and act less impulsively, would be more successful in their work. ” 559.2 5TI

Prayer 

Dear Father. We ask forgiveness because our thoughts do not correspond with what we believe and have been meditating on the things of this world. We pray that our meditation focus on the eternal, in your word and salvation. In the name of Jesus, amen.

By Dr. Franz Rios and Pablo Rios
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