There is a reason Paul warned the early church to not neglect getting together as a body of believers (Hebrews 10:25). At church, we find connection, accountability, encouragement, and a group of people of like faith with whom we can share our burdens, receive godly counseling, and grow in faith together.
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.
Being healthy spiritual can provide us with many benefits, such as better mood, less anxiety, less depression, fewer aches and illnesses, knowledge that God is in control of all things, a sense of purpose and meaning, provides a means of understanding suffering, provides connection with other people of faith, and helps our central point of focus remain on God rather than ourselves.