George Müller, the great man of faith who lived in the mid-1800’s had a singular way of meditating on scripture.
–Look below today’s #DailyMeditation for the unique way George Müller speaks to us today, as we apply his ways, to our day and USE OUR CELL PHONES.
THE LONGING HEART
Father, that I would long for You today
As a deer longs for streams of water, so I long for You, God.
Psalm 42:1 HCSB
I really love George Müller. The great man of faith from the mid-1800’s. He was kind of goofy looking, though. But I like that too, especially his hair. Mine always looks like that when I forget to put a hat on.
You may remember George Müller as a consummate man of faith.
He actually trusted God! I mean, he REALLY did!
The first draw, for me, to George Müller, was a faith story I share in the short video, below. But out of that has come an unexpected, simple, enduring legacy for me, and I hope for you too.
My hope is that you will be encouraged enough to do the same with and for others.
First, here’s what George Müller did:
- Each morning he read Scripture till he found a passage to pray over
- Thus he let that passage begin his day of praying
Pretty simple, huh?
Next, here’s what I want to do. Let’s take Müller’s prayer principle and your cell phone and encourage Scripture Meditation.
“What?” You might ask.
- Each morning read Scripture till you find a passage to pray over
- Then copy it onto your phone with a brief note, emphasis, or focus
- Throughout the day, refer back to this passage and your note
You may decide you like this so much you’ll encourage others to do the same. I sure hope so. But until you are doing it on your own, use mine. I’ll try to update it daily (I’ll try).
PS. If you like Mark’s #DailyMeditation page, you may like #PrayAllYear.