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Thomas Watson's work "A Christian on the Mount"

What the Bible says about Godly Meditation through the Word
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Thomas Watson’s wonderful treatment of Divine Mediation.

Watson, Thomas, (1620-1686). A Christian on the Mount, or the Withdrawing Room of Mediation, (Coconut Creek: Puritan Publications, 2013).

A Christian on the Mount or the Withdrawing Room of Meditation
Chapter 1: Opening Words
Chapter 2: The Nature of Meditation
Chapter 3: Meditation A Duty
Chapter 4: Meditation Differs From Memory
Chapter 5: Meditation Differs From Study
Chapter 6: The Subjects of Meditation
Chapter 7: The Necessity of Meditation
Chapter 8: Why So Few Christians?
Chapter 9: A Reproof
Chapter 10: Persuasives to Meditate
Chapter 11: Objections
Chapter 12: Occasional Meditation
Chapter 13: Time for Meditation
Chapter 14: Length of Time
Chapter 15: Usefulness of Meditation
Chapter 16: The Excellency of Meditation
Chapter 17: Motives to Meditation
Chapter 18: Rules for Meditation

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