It's as if we have a set point, and even achieving everything we desire alters our set point, so that we wind up back on the "more, more, more" treadmill, feeding the hungry ghost of the ego but never really savoring life's pleasurable experiences.
Feeding the Hungry Soul : Spiritual Preparation for Restoration Therapy is a great book. This book is written by author Dr David Johnny Nixon. You can read the Feeding the Hungry Soul : Spiritual Preparation for Restoration Therapy book on our website merchantnavymemorialtrust.org.uk in any convenient format!
Every person-no matter how famous or obscure, no matter how rich or poor they might be-has (at some point) felt empty inside. Every person is hungry in a way that relationships, children, and friends cannot fill. Every person feels hopeless at some point. Are you prepared to help them? Maybe it is you who feels empty or hopeless yourself. The answer to every question can be found in God's Word. This book is written to help you explore that dark chasm between you and perfect contentment, and to help you tackle life's toughest questions. I am convinced that it is God's desire for every believer to be involved in the ministry of restoration. My prayer is that you will read this book and become a more effective soul-winner and life-changer-feasting on the fruit of the Holy Spirit and feeding hungry souls. Feeding the Hungry Soul will give you the foundation for understanding: - The voids that exist in our lives - What they are (and are not) - How they give place to the Devil - How to destroy these voids Scripturally
'Feeding the Hungry', 'Visiting the Sick' are among a long list of good deeds commonly known as the Corporal Works of Mercy. In various Scripture passages, such as 1 Corinthians 3, and Ephesians 3, Paul invites us to look at our own spiritual gifts and to 'tend the garden' of our spiritual life.