Motivation to Move by Karen Sue Smith encourages the reader to engage in bodily movements as they meditate on Bible stories. The principle is that the more of our beings are involved in the learning process, the deeper it is. That is why biblical meditation beats western study. The definition of the words for meditation in the Hebrew and Greek include murmuring, speaking, imagining, mourning, roaring, and studying. God commands writing out of Scripture (Deut. 17:18), and prophetic actions are also recommended in the Bible (2 Kgs. 13:14-19).
The book includes conversational questions on most pages. These questions are designed to draw you into the Bible story in a meditative way, and to write out your response and especially any bodily movements you see yourself engaging in as a result of applying this story to your life. Wow, talk about deepening the power of a Bible story! You begin imagining and living it and responding with your own body. This truly is a unique style of book.
In addition, Karen has added the four keys to hearing God’s voice to the front of the book to ensure that as you answer the questions throughout the chapters, the answers are coming from deep within your heart as the Holy Spirit communes with you. I believe if you take the time to experience this book, you will be changed by it.
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