v. pon·dered, pon·der·ing, pon·ders
- To weigh in the mind with thoroughness and care.
- To reflect or consider with thoroughness and care.
As I roll up and down the hills of Lynchburg, Virginia, I often find my mind weighted with things of this world and things of faith. Mostly where I see God in the midst of life or where I would like to see God. Where do world and faith meet? These reflections often find their way into sermons or into classes I teach. Sometimes the sermons and the teaching cause more pondering. At other times the ponderings make their way out in prayers, stories, or other writings. And they find their home here.
Will ponder with you?