Short, simple and straightforward non-denominational bible-based meditations to help you grow in your Christian Love and Service. As a Christian monk for 40 years, I learned the power and wisdom of daily meditation. I am happy to share with you what I myself learned from this profound form of prayer.
Christian Meditation 23: Let Go, and Let God
Openness to God is the key to living in the power and joy of the Holy Spirit. Feel the reality of Pentecost in your life. A Christian disciple lives by the loving will of God.
Christian Meditation 22: God Has Infinite Love for all His Children
Many people are afraid of God and so they fear God and fear for their own future. The good news is that God with bring home to heaven all his children, and wipe away all their sins, fears and suffering.
Christian Meditation 21: Love is the Meaning of Life
God is Endless and Infinite Love. Love itself must be the guiding star of all that we feel, think and do. Like God, our life should be love itself. Love alone brings everything we dream of.
Christian Meditation 20: Our Glorious Future in Heaven for all Eternity
Like the Apostles, we can get so caught up in the problems and troubles of daily life. We need to raise our mind to the glorious future that awaits us in Heaven. This glimpse of Glory will strengthen and sustain us on our journey.
Christian Meditation 19: The Mystery of Pain in our Life
It is natural to hate pain and suffering. They seem so pointless. However we can use pain to learn, feel and grow in a deeper way. Suffering can call forth our love and compassion.
Christian Meditation 18: Lord, That I Might See!
We all need God's help when it comes to the hidden fault we can all suffer from. Spiritual blindness. We must be searingly honest before God.
Wonderful. I admit I listened to several in row at first I loved them so much. Now I practice more patience.
As a believer who really loves meditating, I really love these. Keep them coming!
We just tuned in and I absolutely love this meditation, I just wanted to add or recommend that the soothing music/sounds should last a little longer to allow the listener to mediate on the word given. Thank you.