Can you hear His voice? "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. And I give them eternal life and they shall never perish; neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand." John 10:27-28.
Who are the Lord’s sheep?
According to Jesus, the sheep are those who hear His voice. His sheep are those who receive food and drink from Him. The sheep are those in whom He recognizes His own nature within them. And because they feed from Him and hear His voice they are able to follow Him.
In other words, the true nature of God dwells in them and God recognizes it and is able to make streams of life flow through them. In the awareness of God the sheep are able to follow God.
What Does The Bible Say About Living In A State Of Meditation With God?
Both Deuteronomy 8:3 and Matthew 4:4 declare that, “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.” This verse declares the state of mind we should live in. We should be completely consummated by the Living Word. We are not to live by food alone, we are also to continually receive God's emanation of life which delivers divine intellect and power to our spiritual sensitive mind.
The word that proceeds from God contains life. A life we are commanded receive. Hearing and seeing God meditating on the word of God has a price. The internalized Word of God that produces living fruit can only be reaped when the receiving vessel develops patience and diligence in the study and meditation of the Word of God. This is the good ground in which the retained word can spring forth with life. The qualities of God literally spring up in the soul of those who make the word of God their own. The gospels contain abundant lessons how to meditate on the word of God, sown, and cultivated until it springs up with life.
So Who Should Meditate On The Word Of God?
You should only meditate on God's word if you want to be thoroughly known by Jesus as His sheep who hears, sees, and recognizes Christ's spiritual language.
Those who want to be fed by Him. Those who want to receive drink from Him. Those who want to hear His voice. Those who want to abide in Him. That's who should mediate on scriptural principles.