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Seeking God’s Pleasure – A Study of Philippians
“A Mind Worthy of the Gospel”
Christians often shy away from anything related to the term “meditation, ” assuming that it is inescapably tied to Eastern mysticism and so should not be practiced by followers of Christ. But such is not the case. There is a biblical way to practice meditation, and in this passage, Paul points to this, highlighting the content that we are to spend time ruminating on. These nine realities, when we plumb their depths, lead us to such a level of maturity in Christ that nothing the world may throw at us can shake us from our assurance of the goodness and victory of God – hence our discovery through this process of meditation that “the God of peace will [always] stay with us. ”