Our sensory-self is nourished from spiritual self-care when we greet one another with a hug or handshake or through our ears as we listen and sing along with music that touches our souls.
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Our emotional-self benefits from spiritual self-care with less stress, anxiety, and depression as we release our cares and concerns to the One who is in control of the universe and who has good plans for us.
Our physical-self benefits from spiritual self-care with improved health as we live godly lives and forsake the things that can harm our health.
Tending to our spiritual self-care and ensuring we stay fully charged is important to the relationship with have with God, but it is also important and necessary to our physical, emotional, sensory, intellectual, and social selves.
When the pastor needs counsel, who does he go to? Each person in ministry should have an older, wiser, more spiritually mature, godly mentor they can seek out when needed. Who is that person for you?