Thursday, December 15, 2016

How's Your Soul?, a review


Once in awhile, a review book comes across my desk that is just what I needed at the moment.  At first when I saw that Judah Smith is young and the pastor of a large church in Seattle, I admit to wondering just how deep this book could be.  Let me assure you, it is quite possibly the best book on soul I have read in a long time.

He reminds us that our soul came to us as the breath of God in the garden and that our soul is the real part of us.  That when it leaves, our body becomes lifeless.  So we must make certain we are feeding our soul with the Word and spending time with the Lord in order to strengthen us.

This book not only has sound theology, it is an easy and might I add... fun... book to read.  I never thought I'd find myself laughing out loud as I'm being taught the importance of the soul to the Christian life.  At least when the book includes grounded theology.

If you are soul weary, this book just may be the medicine that will help.  If you are needing a book to make you fall in love with Jesus all over again, this may be the right book for you.  I'd definitely recommend it to someone who just wants a good read on a cold day that will also turn their hearts back to Heaven.  Highly recommended!

How's Your Soul? was provided by the publisher for the sake of review but the opinions are my own.

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7 comments:

Susan said...

Thanks for the recommendation. Small world - Judah's father was a dear friend of my brother. :-)

Anonymous said...

Love the Christmas header. The book sounds like one I would love to read and be blessed by. Thanks for the review.
Christmas blessings to you and your family, Sharon D.

Maureen said...

Thanks for this review. How's Your Soul? sounds like an interesting book. I plan to check
it out after the holidays.

Vee said...

Sounds like a wondeful book for gifting, too. Is the audience for this book for both Believers and Unbelievers?

Deanna Rabe said...

That sounds really good, and like a book Tim could read aloud with us.

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

This would be a very good book for the nonbeliever who is willing to read it.

Anonymous said...

I did not know Judah had a new book out. He is funny and a wonderful preacher. He has
sermons on You Tube" Judah Smith City Church Seattle" Yes I agree Wendal Smith was an amazing man of God. What a small world.
Much love,
Patti