They delight in the law of the Lord, meditating on it day and night. They are like trees planted along the riverbank, bearing fruit each season. Their leaves never wither, and they prosper in all they do. Ps. 1:2-3 NLT
Drs. Lawler believe that all of the Bible is the inerrant word of God.
Scripture meditation is important for the restoring of the whole body and to promote health. Meditating on scripture does not involve clearing your mind. Actually, it is just the opposite. The practice of meditating on scripture means filling your mind with a piece of our Lord’s word and mulling it over in your mind. Chewing on it in various translations until you can digest the truth of it. Take the piece of scripture, look at it in different translations, and ask yourself What is it saying? ? After you understand what it is saying, ask yourself do I believe this (be honest with yourself). If you answer no, pray and ask our Heavenly Father, Adonai, to open your heart to this particular scripture and reveal to you what is keeping you from accepting this truth. Repent if necessary and then ask Him to remove what is hindering you and show you the truth of His word. Stay on this scripture until you believe it. Then, ask Adonai to show you how to live it in your life and bear fruit. If you answer yes to the question “Do I believe this?”, ask yourself how am I living that shows I believe this part of scripture? If you can’t identify areas in your life that reflect the truth of the scripture, ask yourself again do you believe the scripture and pray for revelation on ways to assess this truth so that you may begin to bear fruit.
Repeat these steps throughout the scriptures to write Elohim’s word on your heart. We will update this page regularly with scriptures for meditation.
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