On Meditating and Contemplating as One Is “In Christ”
by Peter Toon
As leisure time increases and as technology relieves us of much manual labor, to make or to find time to read the Bible appears more difficult. There is always something else to do which seems to be important at the time. We are so activist in mind and ethos that we find it easier to do some work of faith or to discuss the possibility of reading the Bible than we do to sit down and, say, read through the Gospel of Mark.
Corporate but Truly Personal
I will assume that we have found ways of overcoming this real modern difficulty and that we are ready and willing to read the sacred Scriptures of our heavenly Father in order to commune with . . .
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