Psalm 119:148(KJV) Mine eyes prevent the night watches, that I might meditate in thy word.

As I sat down to write this devotional, a strong sense came over me: it’s high time we put a spotlight on spiritual growth. Today, let’s dive into something crucial that fuels our spiritual progress.

Many Christians haven’t explored the incredible benefits of dwelling on God’s word. Let’s really delve into this.

You might’ve heard people say, “I’m not sure how to meditate on the Word.” But guess what? If you’ve ever worried, you already have a foundation for meditating on God’s Word. Worrying is taking a negative thought and replaying it in your mind, which leads to fear. Similarly, when you take a piece of Scripture and roll it over and over in your thoughts, even saying it aloud, that’s meditating on the Word, and it stirs up faith.

Anyone who’s ever worried can meditate. Meditating on God’s word is like fuel for your faith. Worry, on the other hand, fuels fear, which dampens faith and brings in darkness. Faith is your most powerful spiritual tool. It guarantees your triumph in life (check out Ephesians 6:16, 1 John 5:4b).

Why not give it a shot today: instead of fretting about a situation, find a verse from the Bible that relates and meditate on it.

Go into today determining to meditate on God’s word that speaks into the situation you’re facing. Take the time you’d usually spend worrying and redirect it towards meditating on God’s word and His mighty power.
—Lanre Tobi

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