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Meditations Scripture   describes   those   who   meditate   on   God’s   word   (Josh.   1:8;   Psa.   1:2;   63:6;   77:12; 119:23,48,78,148).   The   result   of   their   meditation   was   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 Scripture   describes   those   who   meditate   on   God’s   word   (Josh. 1:8;   Psa.   1:2;   63:6;   77:12;   119:23,48,78,148).   The   result   of their   meditation   was   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:
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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)    
As Bible characters of old, will you also meditate on, and pursue, a life of righteousness?  If so, check out the following meditations: