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Ford David Ford David G. Benedictine meditation is different from the style of meditations performed in many Eastern religions or in the new age movement. Reading the bible slowly and carrying out what it says will be profoundly more beneficial than learning it by memory, and still living the same lifestyle you had when you began. Ambrose taught them to St. Last fall, when Just for Feet CEO Harold Ruttenberg learned his company had nailed down a coveted time slot for a third quarter Super Bowl ad, the sneaker mogul could hardly contain his jubilation. Ancestor of Us All Lectio Read this inspired text, listening for its fuller meaning in light of the whole plan of God. For others these moments after breakfast are a time for conversation over coffee or catching up with the morning news.
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Even the Boston Marathon , which occurs on the third Monday of April each year, often falls near Easter. Easter is a perfect time to connect the ordinary experience of running, training, and racing to the Christian faith through a Christian meditative practice called lectio divina.
On the first day of the week, Mary of Magdala came to the tomb early in the morning, while it was still dark, and saw the stone removed from the tomb. So Peter and the other disciple went out and came to the tomb. They both ran, but the other disciple ran faster than Peter and arrived at the tomb first; he bent down and saw the burial cloths there, but did not go in.
When Simon Peter arrived after him, he went into the tomb and saw the burial cloths there, and the cloth that had covered his head, not with the burial cloths but rolled up in a separate place. Then the other disciple also went in, the one who had arrived at the tomb first, and he saw and believed. For they did not yet understand the Scripture that he had to rise from the dead. John If you are continuing your training during this Easter season, take some time to meditate upon this Scripture.
I went for a run on Easter day this year the first run in awhile!
At the end of the run, I imagined myself as Peter running to the tomb. I imagined what it would have felt like to run like that. So in a time without hope, he ran with hope restored in seeing his friend again.
Jesus is alive?! I thought I had lost him. I thought I would never see him again. To hear his voice. To ask him questions. To thank him for what he has done.