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Meditations Bible characters are sometimes depicted as those who meditate on God’s word (Josh. 1:8; Psa. 1:2; 63:6; 77:12; 119:23,48,78,148).  Their meditation prompted them to good behavior.  By contrast, their enemies are spoken of as meditating on evil things (Psa. 2:1; 38:12; 64:2-16), prompting them to evil behavior.  This teaches a valuable lesson:  contemplation encourages action!  The following quotation succinctly expresses this idea: As   Bible   characters   of   old,   will   you also   meditate   on,   and   pursue,   a   life   of righteousness?  If so, check out the following meditations: 
“Plant a thought and reap a word; plant a word          and reap an action; plant an action          and  reap a habit; plant a habit                 and reap a character;                              plant a character          and reap a destiny.”   Mr. Beckwaith. (1885)    
Meditations Bible characters are sometimes depicted as those who meditate on God’s word (Josh. 1:8; Psa. 1:2; 63:6; 77:12; 119:23,48,78,148).  Their meditation prompted them to good behavior.  By contrast, their enemies are spoken of as meditating on evil things (Psa. 2:1; 38:12; 64:2-16), prompting them to evil behavior.  This teaches a valuable lesson:  contemplation encourages action!  The following quotation succinctly expresses this idea: As   Bible   characters   of   old,   will you     also     meditate     on,     and pursue,   a   life   of   righteousness?      If   so,   check   out   the   following meditations: 
THE IMPROBABILITY OF EVOLUTION
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“Plant a thought and reap a word; plant a word          and reap an action; plant an action          and  reap a habit; plant a habit                 and reap a character;                              plant a character          and reap a destiny.”   Mr. Beckwaith. (1885)