“Don’t believe everything you think” is one of my favorite brain-based quotes. Your thoughts can damage a relationship or reunite a family. Your thoughts can ruin a meal or make a single strawberry the most delicious snack you’ve had all month. Your thoughts can even sabotage your health — or increase the chances you’ll heal from what ails you.
Prayers & Meditation
Chances are you’re facing some type of change because that’s what life is. Change. The world is designed to change regularly — even when it seems random and unexpected. You’ve noticed the change of seasons, haven’t you? You’ve also see how fast time passes, how quickly children grow up, and even how your brain fogs and slows as your body ages.
She’s wearing a Sherlock Holmes hat, the lady sitting next to me. A tweed coat all buttoned up and a fuzzy pink scarf. Her name is Eileen. She’s a tall, skinny Brit with wiry corkscrew curls and thick glasses. She reminds me of a long-legged, long-necked stork. An eccentric, kind, curious bird.
How do you experience God’s presence or hear His voice in Scripture? What is lectio divina, and how do you practice this type of prayer in a group or by yourself? These five steps of lectio divina are clear and simple. They’ll help you hear the Holy Spirit, meet God in Scripture, and discern the presence of Jesus Christ in your life.