Guided Christian Meditation For Anxiety: Find Peace In Hard Times (15 Minute Meditation)
Do you feel anxious during difficult seasons? Find calm when going through the storm.
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0:16 Do you feel the struggles of the world? Pressing in that you at times but we live in a unique time in history and this little book of Jude can help equip us for the untold challenges of living in times of struggle.
0:33 Well, the book of Jude was written by Jude, brother of change. It’s an important book for us today because it’s written for the end times, for the end of the church.
0:43 Four times of struggling. He encourage us to fight our faith in times of struggle and how we can success against struggles and spiritual warfare.
0:57 Can you relate to that? Do you have that need? Do you feel the struggling times we live in?
1:03 Will join me today as we meditate deeply reflect and pray about fighting through struggles from the 24 and 25 verse of the letter of Jude.
1:19 Their sovereign holy God, It’s hard to even spend a few minutes on social media and not be reminded of the suffering and the struggles.
1:41 So, I come to you today searching for peace for relief to make sense of my struggles and it’s in the name of Jesus, I boldly pray Amen!
1:55 So when you’re ready to begin your time with the lord, today softly closing your eyes. Let’s this become a safe still place. A place for few quiet moments. Take several deep, deep breath right now and then quiet yourself as he prepares you for the time with him in prayer.
3:02 As you quiet your mind become aware now of God present with you.
3:09 Ask him to make you aware of a word or phrase a thought. Somethings from today’s passage one that you can center on all throughout your day and now listen carefully to the 24th and 25th verses of the letter of Jude.
3:23 “Now to him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you blameless before the presence of his glory with great joy, to the only God, our savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord, be glory, majesty, dominion, and authority, before all time and now and before. Amen!” Jude 1: 24-25
3:55 What did you hear in that passage but did you notice take a moment right now to Center on that word or thought or maybe even an image that God gave you.
5:44 With your eyes still closed, listen again as I Read from the 24 – 25 verses of the letter of Jude.
6:30 what did you hear this time? Something different but did you notice was it unexpected. So with your eyes still closed. Take a moment right now to center again.
7:16 Did you hear how this version mentioned? how God is able to keep you from stumbling or falling into sin.
8:28 The passage went on to say that even in the midst of our struggles. He is able to present you unblemished, blameless and faultless in the presence.
8:58 Now in prayer and let this time of deep meditation be your prototype. Bringing your sins and struggles to God in a time of confession and healing.
15:39 Join me at the time of closing prayer. Dear healing and caring God give me strength. Today, to say thank you for my suffering. Give me courage today to praise you.