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Barbara Rainey and Susan Yates recall their confused, liberating, emotional days surrounding the start of their empty ne»
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Following our feelings in life is like riding on a train without the guidance of a track. Following our feelings in life can be equated to handing the driving responsibility over to a driver who cannot see. Following our feelings and allowing them to rule and reign over how we react to life will never [] The post Following our Feelings: Allowing a Blind Driver to be our Chauffeur appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
Blog Entry | Emotional Health >
I must evaluate whether expressing my acknowledged feelings to anyone other than God will serve His purpose, and I must control their expression accordingly. Larry Crabb I have emotions.  I am human, and I as a creation of God I have feelings. God feels, so therefore I do.  Feelings are good when they are feelings such as being loved. Then there are other feelings that I want to deny, push away and run from such as grief, fear, loneli»
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Question (from Facebook community): “I don’t know if I’m coming or going. How do you sort through all the feelings and acknowledge them?”   Several years ago, I asked my then ten-year-old son what he was feeling. His answer, “I don’t know.” I realized he may not even know how to identify his feelings, so I pulled together a list.  I know this may seem totally rudimentary, but when you are feeling about a thousand feelings, it can»
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Here is a great little clip fro Mark Sayers on why many Christians, and almost everyone in the West, have become enslaved to our feelings. I lived like this for years. For me, the old ‘fact, faith, feelings’ train in a Christian tract that I saw about 30 years ago still holds true.
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Napkin Theology 2 - Faith, Facts, and Feelings
The relationship between faith, facts, a»
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Motivation is rampant during this time of year. Football season is upon us once more. Next to Christmas, this is the most wonderful time of the year. For Jordan and I, last Sunday was termed “the first Sunday”, or the first Sunday of the football season. We broke out the jerseys of our favorite teams, planned [] The post Motivation vs Instruction – Practical Teaching vs Emotional Feelings appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
Blog Entry | Devotionals >
“Sorry, but I’m happily married.” People use words like these as an out to an extramarital relationship, and we applaud them. “How wonderful that someone would cling to his marital vows!” we think. It’s all very honorable. Isn’t it? Honorable on the surface, yes, but misguided at the core. Because, you see, such thinking is a subtle trick of the devil’s. He wants you focusing on your happiness while God wants you to focus on your»
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Abandonment is a feeling that every one of us has had to face at one time or another in our lives. At the time of the occurrence, there is nothing remotely positive that can be derived out of feeling abandoned. Only in the aftermath of the event can we somewhat see the benefit of what []The post Abandonment Issues: Overcoming Feelings of Abandonment by God appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
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Abandonment is a feeling that every one of us has had to face at one time or another in our lives. At the time of the occurrence, there is nothing remotely positive that can be derived out of feeling abandoned. Only in the aftermath of the event can we somewhat see the benefit of what []The post Abandonment Issues: Overcoming Feelings of Abandonment by God appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.