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In this Article of Fact Or Fiction. We will take a look at the differences between Soul and Spirit. What does your Bible say?


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Introduction

Soul definition: the soul is our humanity that makes us feel emotions. The spirit is our deeper connection with the Lord when we believe in God and receive Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. Let's dig deeper into the difference.


"The soul, therefore, is a living essence, uncomplicated, incorporeal, invisible – in its proper nature – to the eyes of the body, immortal, reasoning and intelligent, formless, making use of an organic body and being the source of its powers of life, growth, sensation and generation, the intellect being its purest part though not in any way alien to it (as the eye is to the body, so the intellect is to the soul). It has power over itself, its volition and energy, and is mutable, i.e., able to be changed, because it is created. All of these features are natural to it through the Grace imparted by its Creator, and its being and nature are thus because of this same Grace which it has received". ~ John the Damascan


So what is the Soul vs the Spirit?


This is a question that is not easy to point out in our everyday Christian lives. While it is not so difficult to distinguish the body from the spirit and the soul, it is particularly difficult to distinguish the soul from the spirit. What exactly are their differences? Let us consult the Bible once again to give us light on these concepts.

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Frank Rosenberger Frank Rosenberger
Definitely not an easy explanation as first look....as most of us have felt that the soul and the spirit are one and the same.
September 14, 2023, 22:01
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