Create a place
For your thoughts to go
To oft embrace
The spirit in flow
Devin G. Durrant
So what does it mean to ponderize? I like to say it’s a combination of 80 percent extended pondering and 20 percent memorization.
However, I pondered time and time again the key elements of the verse and where to find it. But the best part of the process was I had a higher place for my thoughts to go. Throughout the week I pictured the Savior saying encouraging words to me. That image touched my heart and served to inspire me to want to do “works of righteousness.” That is what can happen when we “look unto [Christ] in every thought.”7https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2015/10/my-heart-pondereth-them-continually?lang=eng
I thought a great place to start is to pick a scripture on Ponder
See also Meditation ; Think
Ponder the path of thy feet: Prov. 4:26 .
he pondereth all his goings: Prov. 5:21 .
Lord pondereth the hearts: Prov. 21:2 .
doth not he that pondereth the heart consider it: Prov. 24:12 .
Mary kept all these things, and pondered them: Luke 2:19 .
sat pondering in mine heart I was caught away: 1 Ne. 11:1 .
scriptures, and my heart pondereth them: 2 Ne. 4:15 .
why do ye ponder these things in your hearts: 2 Ne. 32:1 .
pondering upon the things which the Lord had shown: Hel. 10:2 .
ponder upon the things which I have said: 3 Ne. 17:3 .
receive these things, and ponder it in your hearts: Moro. 10:3 .
ponder upon the things which you have received: D&C 30:3 .
leave these sayings with you to ponder: D&C 88:62 .
ponder the warning in their hearts: D&C 88:71 .
I sat in my room pondering over the scriptures: D&C 138:1 .
third visit … I was again left to ponder: JS—H 1:47 .
2 Nephi 4:16 This is the one I picked!
16 Behold, my asoul delighteth in the things of the Lord; and my bheart pondereth continually upon the things which I have seen and heard.