Think of the process of preparing tea. You fill a cup with boiling hot water, then put the tea bag of your choosing in there.
One word that teaches us how to cultivate a biblical worldview is the word “meditate.” The Hebrew word here is hagah, and in Eat This Book,
In the Bible, we read about how the Israelites were to love God wholeheartedly, in order to know him intimately, which we see is the desire of God throughout the Pentateuch.
We all have habits. Hopefully most of us brush our teeth every night, many of us go on a run or hit the gym every morning, and some of us acquire bad habits like chewing our nails or the end of a pen.
Jen Wilkin outlines four ways to battle bitterness for an article in The Gospel Coalition. Her points are: