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When our souls are well, then we are well. When you care for your soul, you care for your life. The opposite is also true; when our souls are not well, we are not not well and our life will show it.

Soul Care is often sought out by people when….

• When they seek freedom from inner bondage and secrets..

• When you desire greater depths of emotional stability, maturity and vitality.

• When you desire guidance in developing a moral perspective in their life.

Most of life’s battles are won or lost in the mind.


If you’re a Christian, then you’re fully aware of the battle between your flesh (your NATURAL desires) and your spirit (your SPIRITUAL desires).

This ongoing battle between flesh and spirit is usually fought in our minds.

If we want to win the physical battle, we have to control the spiritual battlefield.

And Scripture makes it clear how we can control the battlefield: “Carefully guard your thoughts because they are the source of true life” (Prov. 4:23 CEV).

Like a firewall protecting A computer, you need to remain vigilant against YOUR INVISIBLE enemy that threatens to corrupt the hard drive of your mind.

We have to know what we’re fighting against, what we’re fighting for, and how to spot the enemy.

There’s a great write Apostle Paul who makes our strategy clear and concise in his teaching to the Corinthians:

“The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world.

On the contrary, WE HAVE TOOLS THAT have divine power to demolish strongholds” (2 Cor. 10:4).

The Greek root word translated as “strongholds” here is ochuroma. As a noun it can be translated as “castle,” or as a verb, “to fortify.”

A literal translation for Paul’s usage would then be a “prisoner locked by deception.”

Unfortunately, EVEN believers of Christ, people of faith, are held hostage by toxic lies as well

Lets name four specific kinds of toxic waste that can poison our minds:

(1) pessimism, which usually produces chronically negative thoughts;

(2) anxiety, which usually manifests as fearful and worried thoughts;

(3) bitterness, which pollutes our thinking with discontented and envious thoughts;

(4) criticism, which pumps destructive judgmental thoughts into our minds.

Take a minute to survey your thought life.

Do you battle with chronically negative thoughts about yourself, or others, or life!

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