I recently read, “One danger of the internet is the temptation to constantly be everywhere except where we are.” How do we stay in the moment? Jeremy Camp sings of this in his song “Keep Me in the Moment.” My preferred method is to immerse myself in Scripture.
Join me in soaking in the benefits of God as found in Psalm 103.
On this week’s episode I discuss:
- Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture – this week’s Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include:
- Consider the opposite
- Start with God
- Make a list
- Pray Scripture
- Meditate on Scripture
- Read in context
- Considering the opposite
- The 30 Day Music Challenge – ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE HERE
- Recognizing that our lives are fleeting – Psalm 103:15-16
- Staying in the moment by refocusing on God
- Studying the benefits we have in the Lord in Psalm 103
- How blessing the Lord rightly places us on our knees before a holy God and reorients us from our relentless focus on self to ardent devotion to God
- Turning the benefits we discover in Psalm 103 into prayers of adoration and thanksgiving
- Considering the opposite of God’s characteristics to amplify the truth
- Ending the way the psalm began
Listen to our feature song on YouTube below…
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This Week’s Challenge
Read and meditate on Psalm 103 this week. Use the Bible Interaction Tool Exercises of starting with God and making a list of benefits from Him detailed in this psalm. Read the psalm out loud. Turn the words of the psalm into a prayer. And by all means, bless the Lord this week.