The Book of Meditation: A Christian Method of Meditation
The Book of Meditation was developed over more than twenty years of taking notes during meditation and writing down inspiration when feeling the Holy Spirit through prayer and contemplation. I noted during my meditation many times what kind of technique was bringing the best results and, thus, wrote them down to be used or gone over later. Many times, I received a tingly feeling and heard a still, small voice and then wrote down inspiration. After I had decided to write this book about meditation, it is my firm belief that God told me to write this book, and I am sure the name comes from this inspiration. Were it not for this inspiration from God, I'm sure I would have stopped writing many different times. Though I have no great education nor do I have any great standing in society, yet I have received many revelations and some amazing visions. I think God wants us to realize once again that anyone may receive these revelations from God; we don't need to have some great position in church or standing in society, just a sincere and repentant heart, humble mind, and being a diligent person who truly desires to know the Lord God and Jesus Christ. The Lord wants to communicate with us often, yet we in our busy world, need to listen; we need to take time to meditate. Through prayer and meditation, we can communicate with God, but we need to listen after we ask questions in our prayer. We need to wait on the Lord; we need to meditate. Psalm 1:2 states, "But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night." The Book of Meditation can help with this. I'm sure it can bring the peace and the love of God to many.