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God's Battle Plan for the Mind: The Puritan Practice of Biblical Meditation

By David Saxton

During the seventeenth century, English Puritan pastors often encouraged their congregations in the spiritual discipline of meditating on God and His Word. Today, however, much of evangelicalism is either ignorant of or turned off to the idea of meditation. In 'God’s Battle Plan for the Mind', pastor David Saxton seeks to convince God’s people of the absolute necessity for personal meditation and motivate them to begin this work themselves. But he has not done this alone. Rather, he has labored through numerous Puritan works in order to bring together the best of their insights on meditation. Standing on the shoulders of these giants, Saxton teaches us how to meditate on divine truth and gives valuable guidance about how to rightly pattern our thinking throughout the day. With the rich experiential theology of the Puritans, this book lays out a course for enjoying true meditation on God’s Word. 
This study will begin Wednesday, September 7 at 6:30 on the Peak Bible campus.
The book is available for purchase online.
God's Battle Plan for the Mind: The Puritan Practice of Biblical Meditation
Small Group Accountability Questions
1. How have you done with consistent, satisfying, personal devotions?
2. Have you been content with the circumstances and roles into which God has placed you at this time (submitting/leading, finances, home, marriage, family)?
3. Have you been a good steward of your time, finances, body, relationships, and the Gospel this week?
4. Have you interacted with material or persons this week that would tempt you towards lust or impurity (pornography, physical interactions, inappropriate shows/websites/social media/conversations)?
5. What is your greatest area of personal struggle this week? If it involves sin against God or others, have you sought forgiveness where applicable?