The Bible is the engrafted word. That means it actually becomes a part of you and that is exactly what you want. It serves as a mirror, which means you see yourself in it. It is an instruction manual and a GPS. But the most important thing about the Bible is application. We have to apply the Word to our daily lives. In doing that we have to fast and pray. Prayer is simply communicating with God but when it is accompanied by fasting, it becomes more powerful. Fasting and praying aren’t about us, it’s about the kingdom. Another aspect of spiritual health is social health. The church was God’s idea. Fellowship with other like-minded believers is necessary. The Bible says “forsake not the assembling of yourselves together.” Through fellowship, we develop relationships. To foster these relationships, we have to keep in mind that our outward appearances, body language and communication skills affect everything. Think about how other people’s outward appearances affect the way you think about them. Taking care of your body, your outward appearance will affect the way you carry yourself and the way people interact with you. Forming good communication skills is also imperative to relationships. Misunderstandings get started when we don’t know how to convey our messages and how to listen effectively. And listening carries back over to spiritual health because part of prayer is listening to what God is saying back to you.