What Do Positive Emotions Mean To You?
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We know that positive emotions are great, but as we grow through hard times in our lives, remember that our minds are like the engine of a train, and emotions are like the caboose. Our minds need to initiate our actions, and the result that will follow is our emotions. They need to stay in that order, or problems will occur.
It is inevitable that our emotions rise and fall like the tide in the ocean, so be sure to be ready for those positive emotions to crash down from time to time. But remember that God is in control, and we need to seek His will in our life. ~ Bill Greguska
Philippians 1:6 being confident of this that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.
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Many people believe that “positive emotions” make them feel good, but those feelings are usually temporary. Positive emotions are emotions that have good results. Fleshly passions produce actions that are not always positive. Often they lead to temptation and sin. Where do your emotions come from? Are they generated from society, your flesh, money, power, or position, or are they from God, the maker of heaven and earth?
Take time to figure out whether or not your so-called “positive emotions” are positive or not. Not to confuse the fruit of the Spirit with emotions, although Galatians 5:22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, all bear some “positive emotions” that come forth from them.
What Does H.A.L.T. Stands For?
Next time you feel your emotions taking a wrong turn, think about the word H.A.L.T. = Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired. If you are one of these feelings, pray and take care of them immediately to prevent destructive emotions from overpowering you! Jesus Christ had emotions since he was entirely man and fully God. The shortest scripture in the Bible refers to the deep sadness and pain that Jesus experienced in John 11:35. Jesus wept. Positive emotions are emotions that have good results. Fleshly feelings produce actions that are not always positive. Often they lead to temptation and sin.
It would be fair to say that we all gravitate to wanting to have happy emotions. To do so, a person must find peace in their heart. This type of order would start with a relationship with God. It would help if you practiced discernment to determine whether or not emotions are genuinely positive by seeing the fruit that comes from them. I have learned that all my emotions are my responsibility to keep in check, and I also learned that what feels right is not always good for us. That is why we need God to help direct us. ~ Bill Greguska
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- What does the Bible say about managing/controlling emotions?
- How can I receive emotional healing?
- Is “name it, claim it” teaching biblical?
- Is there any power in positive thinking?
- What does the Bible say about the prosperity gospel?
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- Be a good listener
- Don’t try to change people
- Keep your sense of humor
- Radiate positively
- Give genuine compliments
- Do kind things for others
- Always smile instead of frown
- Be polite and humble
- Treat others how you wish to be treated
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