“Like most homes, we all have some flaws – some more visible than others. But when we take the time and effort to practice healthy physical self-care, we can have the appearance of mansion. ” — Julia Bruce
Since our beliefs affect our moral choices, we try to live according to God’s Word and, for many of us, we are more faithful in our marriages and more committed to our marriage vows when we understand God’s design for marriage.
At times, our social connections at church can even keep us from falling into sin as they pray for us, counsel us, and allow the Holy Spirit to speak to us through them.
A spiritual healthy person should be consistently becoming more and more like Christ. In Ephesians 5:1, Paul wrote: “Therefore, be imitators of Christ, as dearly loved children.”
In a nutshell, self care is any deliberate action we take to help maintain a healthy spiritual, sensory, emotional, physical, and social well-being.