How to Feed Your Soul with God’s Word in Practical Ways

Jana Carlson

Jana Carlson

If you don't intentionally feed your soul with the Word of God, you might find yourself spiritually starving. Learn 9 practical ways to feed your soul.

Is your soul well fed? Are you intentional about feeding your soul?

Your soul needs nourishment just as your body needs nourishment. You might know how to feed your soul with God’s Word, but are you doing it?

We know that healthy food choices are the best way to nourish our bodies. We try to teach our children to eat their vegetables because we know it’s good for them. But even though we know these things, we often struggle to make the best choices for our bodies.

Sometimes, we simply don’t want what’s good for us. Other times, it’s a basic lack of discipline. (How our flesh hates that word!)

Or maybe, you’re like me and feel clueless about how to eat certain vegetables. Okra, for example. I grew up on the Canadian prairies. I’d never even heard of okra until well into adulthood. I haven’t the slightest clue how to prepare it or eat it.

It’s like that with God’s Word sometimes. We know our souls need it. We know it’s good for us. But we haven’t figured out how to go about consuming it in ways that will satisfy.

This week, I’m sharing 9 practical ways to feed your soul with God’s Word over at Woman of Noble Character. There’s something for everyone! Even if you’re not in a season where you can spend a lot of time digging deep in an inductive Bible study, there are many other practical ways to feed and nourish your soul!

Click the button below for some simple, practical suggestions and tips for feeding your soul with God’s Word.

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