Tag Archives: ” Lectio Divina

From My Reading

Brother Lawrence was a mustard seed man, a simple cook who trained for years to hold God in his mind until it became routine, second nature, a holy habit — the mature tree. We can learn to live in his … Continue reading

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Praying with Psalm 16

Use the questions below the verses of Psalm 16 to help you focus on your commitment and intimate relationship to a wise and loving God. These verses are from Eugene Peterson’s interpretation of Psalm 16 in The Message; they may … Continue reading

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Going Deeper with God – “God Will Never Say Good-bye” (Psalm 23: 4)

In Eat this Book, Eugene Peterson teaches us to chew on a passage of scripture, digest it and put it to use in practical ways. Our Christian fathers and mothers called this process Lectio Divina. In this well-loved passage we are … Continue reading

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Random Noodlings

As we edge closer and closer to the 500th post on this blog, I am re-purposing a few posts that appeared in the very beginning.  This one was first published on December 9, 2012. Random Noodling #1:  I was listening to a … Continue reading

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Going Deeper with God – Luke 15: 25-32

Eugene Peterson’s book Eat this Book teaches us to chew on a passage of scripture, digest it, and then put it to use in practical ways.  Our early Christian fathers and mothers called this process Lectio Divina. This passage from the … Continue reading

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Random Insights

As we edge closer and closer to the 500th post on this blog, I am re-purposing a few posts that appeared in the very beginning.  This one was published on December 9, 2o12. Random Noodling #1:  I was listening to a discussion … Continue reading

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