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HOW’S YOUR SOUL?
Just because one has faith doesn't mean the soul is healthy, he claims. Smith taps personal stories, biblical accounts, and contemporary culture for truths about what the soul needs to be satisfied, and conveys them in a sermon's rambling fashion. His "four Rs" talking points of rest, responsibility, restraint, and relationship are taken from the Genesis account of God's creation of the soul: rest replaces worry, responsibility gives life a purpose, restraint leads to maturity, and relationship brings in helpers. With God as the anchor through life's toils—and the irrational, undependable feelings that accompany them—Smith says the soul can find what it needs to weather the storms, but he warns that it's futile to rely on anything else, including our own efforts, to satisfy a soul that hungers for God.


How’s Your Soul: Part 1 /// When Your Soul is Home
by Judah Smith


How’s Your Soul: Part 2 /// What Makes My Soul Healthy?
by Judah Smith


How’s Your Soul: Part 3 /// Why Does My Soul Have Hope?
by Judah Smith


How’s Your Soul: Part 4 /// Who Does My Soul Hold On To?
by Judah Smith