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An Outline of William Bridge's Work "The Sweetness and Profitableness of Divine Mediation"

What the Bible says about Godly Meditation through the Word
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William Bridge on Puritan Meditation.

Bridge, William, (1600-1670). The Works of the Rev. William Bridge Volume 3, (Beaver Falls: Soli Deo Gloria, 1989) The Sweetness and Profitableness of Divine Mediation (124-142), The Work and Way of Meditation, (143-179).

Main Text: Psalm 104:34

Part 1: The Sweetness and Profitableness of Divine Mediation
1. What is Meditation
2. How and in what respects may a man meditate on God
3. How it is a sweet thing to meditate on God and the things of God
4. Answering Some Objections
5. How the work of Meditation is to be carried on in Sweetness.

Part 2: The Work and Way of Meditation
1. What to do to carry on the work of Meditation
a. In sweetness
b. In profit

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