Judah Smith, New York Times best-selling author of Jesus Is ______, explores what it looks like to cultivate a healthy soul in the midst of a busy life and points listeners to the soul's only true home and place of rest and fulfillment: God.
"How's your soul?" Instead of a perfunctory "how are you?", Judah Smith asks people this surprising question, because he knows that the health of the soul - the deepest part of ourselves - is overlooked in the busyness of everyday life. But the truth is, all the things people most desire in life - stability, peace, hope, love - are rooted in the health of their souls, and they need an intentional daily journey to manage it well.
In How's Your Soul?, Judah explores the various facets and needs of the inner person, showing listeners how to cultivate healthy souls and leading them to the discovery that ultimately their souls are fully home - in a state of internal wellness, fulfillment, and completeness - only when they look to God, trust God, and rest in God.
©2016 Judah Smith (P)2016 Thomas Nelson
I love Judah's thoughtfulness and transparency. I got so much out of this book, but the part I will remember is surrendering to God and surrounding yourself with the right people. I also love what he says at the end. I've heard it so many times and it continually blows my mind and grounds me. As Christians we are going to live for an eternity, we may as live like it and make decisions based off that fact!
I had just shared with some friends that my rhythm felt off, due to many recent hardships. After reading Judah's words and the hope they represented, I have a fresh sense of purpose and direction. Life is much bigger than living for the sake of doing and having, but of being
connected to Christ.
This book was definitely one of the best. Nothing short of a bestseller from Judah Smith. So happy that God placed this message on his heart and I cannot wait for the next!
Judah opens up words that I've read in the Bible many times in a way that I've never considered. What a powerful thing to begin seeing the peace from within from the very core of my soul
Loved it. Judah is funny, transparent, and honest about the complexities of the human soul. great read and definitely recommend it.
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