Benefits of spiritual self-care are not found in people who attend church just on Easter Sunday and Christmas. Instead, it is found in those who are actively involved in church and committed to living out a spirit-filled life.
Alone, we cannot accomplish what God intended for us to do together.
In Hebrews 10:25, we are instructed to “not forsake the assembling of ourselves together.”
Being spiritually healthy provides a connection with other people of faith.
We know that suffering is a result and consequence of sin in the world. But God uses the sufferings we experience to grow our faith and make us more like Him.