Spring Clean it!

Your Soul Scanner

I love a good spring clean! I have to admit at being a clutter-free freak & a bit of a cleanaholic! I love to see my albut empty neat & tidy cupboards and drawers. My hubby gets nervous when he sees me on my way to a charity shop carrying a black bin bag in case there’s something in it of his! And every 3 months he has to pull out the bed, sofa, fridge, & everything else in our house so I can check and clean behind them as I am also extremely spider phobic. Some say I have OCD but it’s simply that I derive pleasure from living in uncluttered and clean surroundings – but also knowing that a spider isn’t lurking anywhere just to see me jump out of my skin!

At this time of isolation due to the Coronavirus it could be a chance to de-clutter and spring-clean your home which got me thinking about the soul, and how it’s also a good idea to inspect our soul from time to time, to check if there’s any clutter that has been lurking there for some time.

Maybe some ‘rubbish’ has got a little too comfortable there! Maybe there’s a bit of unforgiveness that’s got too well-bedded there! Maybe there’s a tiny spec of resentment, rebellion, selfishness, anger, or even some jealousy that needs throwing out!

Our soul is as visible to God as our body is to other bodies! “If there is a natural body there is a spiritual body” (1 Corinthians 15:44).

Just as we communicate with each other, God communicates through our soul.

“Give heed and keep your soul diligently” (Deuteronomy 4:9). 

Our soul can meet God’s needs as well as Him meeting ours! But if the soul is full of rubbish could we be depriving ourselves of hearing that still small voice more often?

God is our soul scanner

Did you know that the Bible speaks of how to have a FAT soul?
I believe that an ‘enlarged soul’ can see you through anything!

By the time you have finished reading my latest book The Skinny Soul you will know the size, wealth, and health of the most precious possession you have!

Keep your soul FAT and healthy!

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By Christine Smith