Just kidding. 2 things I'm not a fan of:
1. People who use the word "irregardless". IT'S NOT A DAMN WORD!
2. Blogs about news shows. Why do I need one more stranger/feaux celebrity's commentary on what's happening in the world?
No no my friends, today much else will be monologued about.
I was on a Bible website this morning searching through scriptures hopefully to find something relatable or applicable to my life today. It's not very hard to do that, especially when you have the power of a search engine at your finger tips.
I wanted to see what the Bible said about my soul.
There's always been (at least in my past) references to our "spirit" and God's Holy Spirit as I've grown up in the church. But not really a lot of talk of our "soul". I just wanted to see if there were differences in how these words were used in context throughout the Bible.
Question: were there any differences?
I won't go crazy and get super theological on you. Don't worry. I'm just going to mention the one thing that stuck out to me. Well, maybe two...
1. The majority of the time the word "soul" is used, it's almost always siamesed with the word "heart".
"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul."
"Love Him and serve Him with all your heart and soul."
And so on...
2. In the uses of the word that weren't paired up with "heart", the word "soul" was used in referring to the author's state, which was usually in torment, or anguish.
"My bitter soul must complain." -Job
"How long must I struggle with anguish in my soul." -David
And so on...
I don't know what any of that is to mean, or was meant to mean, if anything. Just interesting to see it.
I may speculate on it some other time, but for now, I'll let you think about it and I'll think about it. We can meet about it later.
Say, 3 o'clock at the monkey bars.
Be there or be square.