The House of God
Meditate on these things ...The discipline of meditating day and night in the Book of the Lord (Joshua 1; Psalm 1) is a costly art, hard won in any age--perhaps even more so in today's stressful times of multi-tasking ministry...
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Meditate on these things ...The discipline of meditating day and night in the Book of the Lord (Joshua 1; Psalm 1) is a costly art, hard won in any age--perhaps even more so in today's stressful times of multi-tasking ministry and cut-and-paste computing.First hand-written in black-and-red notebooks from scraps of paper, using only a King James Bible and a Strong's Concordance, The House of God records the spiritual exercise of a working pastor and itinerant preacher over eighteen months, the last six spent confined to hospital with injured legs.For pastors and students of the Gospel ministry, the book furnishes a three-year course for weekly private worship, complete with original hymns, select Bible readings, and intense devotional meditations on Paul's First Epistle to Timothy.The author prayerfully aims to nourish "the inner man of the heart" and to encourage the practice of Scripture meditation. May it prompt King Jesus' servants to heed their life and doctrine as people of God called to "the house of God, the Church of the living God, the ground and pillar of the truth."
John Peter Bodner (MA, MDiv) is a Reformed Baptist pastor. Ordained to the Gospel ministry at Grace Baptist Chapel, Tottenham, London, England, he has preached in churches of several denominations. He has served the Canadian Protestant League and Trinitarian Bible Society (Canada). He is currently Pastor at Hope Assembly of Bible Christians, Mississauga, and Preacher at Westfield Chapel, North Huron, Ontario, Canada.