Scripture Intake

Scripture intake is critical in the life of a believer. It is daily food for the soul of those who belong to Jesus (Matthew 4:4), yet every believer struggles to be disciplined in their daily Scripture intake.

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Prayer

What follows is just a few things I have learned or observed through prayer in the years after that night. Maybe something will stick out and encourage you as you pursue a deeper prayer life.

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What You Missed in Genesis

Sometimes when you are focused on getting through the text, you can miss some of the deeper elements of the book. Here are a few of the exegetical tidbits that you might have glossed over.

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Journaling Part II

In my first post on journaling I hesitated to write specific methods I employ in journaling because I do not want to give the impression that there is one “correct” way. There is no right way, and what works for one might not work for another.

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Journaling Part I

Journaling allows me to interact with the Lord and Scripture in a very practical way.  You could say it is one way I meditate on truth in the morning and throughout the rest of the day.

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Meditation

Meditation is the thoughtful reading, thorough pondering and questioning, and lingering over God, His works, and His word.

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On Resolutions

What would a life be like if I resolved to resolve and paid enough attention and effort to those goals in a way that lead to the real change I wish I could wish for. Not just a better diet, more reading or a better schedule, but Christ-centered, Gospel-driven, Spirit-powered, John Piper-esque change.

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