Last week I went by a small farm with a beautiful stand of green oats. In the middle of that green stand of oats was a small bunch of sheep and goats. That bunch of sheep and goats were so busy eating that they paid little or no attention to what was going on around them. It looked like they were really enjoying the green groceries. That green oat patch reminded me of something in the Bible. There is more to man than just his physical body and we are at least body and soul, (Matthew 10:28) and maybe even body, soul and spirit, (1 Thessalonians 5:23). What we are physically has nothing to do with how we are spiritually. If we have never accepted Christ as personal Lord and Savior we are actually dead spiritually, (Ephesians 2:1). If we have, we are alive, (Romans 8:10&11) and then comes the condition of our soul. It could be like some poor thin cows I saw the other day, what a sad sight because of no feed. Our souls can be fat or in good condition if we are getting enough of the right kind of food. Good Bible studies, quiet times, good preaching and worship services, Christian fellowship, scripture memory and meditation and prayer and thanksgiving all go to make a soul fat, (Psalm 23:1-3, 3 John 2). See you in Church next Sunday.