During all the ‘HILLTOP’ moments in Jesus’ life, not only was he informed and confirmed by his Father about his true identity and mission, but he also shared those inspirations with his followers. This is what the Scriptures and the Church exhorts us to encounter during our personal prayer time. The author esteems the solitude of his retirement-life as a ‘hilltop’ milieu, which is very conducive to meditate in the presence of God who is the ‘Highest’. He proclaims loudly, ‘Where the Highest is, there the Hilltop is’. And he also underscores the meditations found in this work, which have been collected when he was at His Highest Place. This book contains 170 meditations based on Sunday scriptural passages, used in the Liturgical Years A, B, C, and in some special feasts. This work has to be at the desks of every preacher during the preparation of their Sunday homilies; it is also a handbook to be used by every Christian at his/her Sabbath Prayer Hours.