This is your invitation into amazing adventures with God. Come on in…

The Bible was always designed to be an invitation into the experience of a personal relationship with God.

The pont of these meditations is to facilitate the deepening of your experience of God.

Each topic in the menu begins with a Bible verse. Each of these verses comes with ideas that are designed to help you encorporate that scripture into your daily life and experience some of what it means. (The menu is accessed by tapping or clicking on the set of 3 small lines on the top right of this page)

Pick ONE idea from one topic that appeals and explore it with God. Keep it simple and doable.

For example, from the Let there be Light meditation you might simply take the phrase “let there be light” and say it each time you enter a new room or new space and keep doing that for the next 6 weeks or until God takes you to something else.

Or you might make “let there be light” your prayer for a particular difficult or dark situation you are dealing with.

Or you might greet the presence of God each time you see a new light in your day.

Or you might spend time in your quiet time with God saying “The light of Your Presence is cleansing, healing, and life-giving love and joy” repeatedly out loud as a meditation inviting God to confirm some aspect of that for/in or around you.

Or you might go about your day saying “fill my spirit with the light of Your resurrection power.”

Don’t rush through them. Don’t feel you need to do them all. This is not a competition or a race to the end, because each one is it’s own path. They are simply ideas to help you actively experience and enjoy your relationship with God. Enjoying one for weeks is probably more fruitful than taking a new one each day.

Don’t just listen to the Word of Truth and not respond to it, for that is the essence of self-deception. So always let his Word become like poetry written and fulfilled by your life! If you listen to the Word and don’t live out the message you hear, you become like the person who looks in the mirror of the Word to discover the reflection of his face in the beginning. You perceive how God sees you in the mirror of the Word, but then you go out and forget your divine origin. But those who set their gaze deeply into the perfecting law of liberty are fascinated by and respond to the truth they hear and are strengthened by it—they experience God’s blessing in all that they do! (James 1:22-25 tPt)