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.
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.
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.”