The soul is one of the windows into who we are and how we can love God. How do you nurture your soul?
Today is October 1st. I’m doing something daring.
I’ve never done it before.
I’m leaving lots of room for grace here at Faith Barista, just like leaving room for cream in coffee.
Yep, I’m launching a new series this month on Faith Barista — 31 Days To Feed Your Soul.
So, I’m counting on you to join me on this journey — and to tell others about 31 Days to Feed Your Soul, so they can come along too.
Together, we’ll explore this topic.
Together, we won’t feel so alone.
We’re better that way. I’m counting on that…
Sometimes, I get so busy, I forget how hungry I am.
I eat because I have to.
It’s eating on the run. I don’t really taste the food.
Granola bar, cereal, teddy grahams. At best, maybe an apple.
I grab whatever I can to trick my tummy into thinking something is there. When it’s not.
Jesus says —
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart
and with all your soul
and with all your mind.’
This is the first and greatest commandment.”
The soul is what Jesus invites us to carry with us in our love relationship with Him.
But, how much care do we put into nurturing and feeding our souls?
What would life taste like — if our relationship with Jesus involved engaging all our souls?
We’re going to spend 31 days to feeding that part of us that hungers to be fed.
So much of life is living on the run.
Let’s slow down. Even if it’s in a moment.
I believe our souls will remember what it feels like to be hungry.
Then, our souls will begin to savor and taste life as Jesus meant for us.
Is your soul hungry?
This is good. Hunger prepares our soul to be fed.
What is your soul hungering for?
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