- 1 What does the Bible say about emotions and feelings?
- 2 How does the Bible process emotions?
- 3 Does God speak to us through our feelings?
- 4 What are God’s emotions?
- 5 How do you control your emotions?
- 6 What are human emotions?
- 7 What does God say about control?
- 8 How does God speak to us?
- 9 How does it feel when God speaks to you?
- 10 How do you know when God is telling you something?
- 11 Can we hurt God’s feelings?
- 12 Does God laugh?
- 13 Does God get angry?
What does the Bible say about emotions and feelings?
Proverbs 12:15 says the way of the fool is right in his own eyes. God gave us our feelings and emotions for a reason. Strong, evil emotions may lead to adultery, abusive behaviors, stealing, and other evils. At other times they may be full of love, happiness, joy, and peace.
How does the Bible process emotions?
Steps to Processing Emotional Pain: Connecting with Self and God
- Listen to Yourself: Observe, Discover, Acknowledge. Remember that emotions such as anger, depression, and fear, serve as an internal warning light.
- Express and Explore.
- Going to the Secret Place with the Father.
- Drawing Conclusions and Interpreting.
Does God speak to us through our feelings?
He meets us where we are.” No matter our level of understanding, God does want to communicate with us through prayer and through the influence of the Holy Spirit. Whether we respond better to thoughts, feelings or other means, that is the way God will try to communicate with us.
What are God’s emotions?
The God of the Bible gets angry, has regrets, gets lonely, loves, has loyalties, is jealous, feels compassion, and is vindictive. In the incarnation of Jesus, he also is afraid and weeps.
How do you control your emotions?
Here are some pointers to get you started.
- Take a look at the impact of your emotions. Intense emotions aren’t all bad.
- Aim for regulation, not repression.
- Identify what you’re feeling.
- Accept your emotions — all of them.
- Keep a mood journal.
- Take a deep breath.
- Know when to express yourself.
- Give yourself some space.
What are human emotions?
The Six Basic Emotions They include sadness, happiness, fear, anger, surprise and disgust.
What does God say about control?
“Many are the plans in a man’s heart, but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails.” – Proverbs 19:21. “ for dominion belongs to the Lord and he rules over the nations.” – Psalm 22:28. “He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.” – Colossians 1:17.
How does God speak to us?
Throughout human history, God has initiated communication with humanity by speaking audibly to humans. He also speaks to us through the glory of His creation. Additionally, He speaks to us through His Holy Spirit and through dreams, visions and our thoughts.
How does it feel when God speaks to you?
Whether we respond better to thoughts, feelings or other means, that is the way God will try to communicate with us. God doesn’t use fear tactics, though he can sometimes be very direct in answers. When God speaks, we will feel it in our hearts and minds. He speaks in terms of peace, not anxiety.
How do you know when God is telling you something?
3 Common Signs God Is Trying To Tell You Something
- Repetitive Messages. One really obvious way that God tries to get your attention is repetition.
- Friendly Fire. Another obvious sign God is trying to get your attention is through your friends.
- Hardened Heart.
Can we hurt God’s feelings?
Theologians believe that humans can harm God in similar ways: They can’t hurt God, but can still do God an injustice. But unlike human beings, God can’t feel upset or otherwise emotionally dissatisfied. For example, God is often depicted as angry or as taking pleasure in things creatures do.
Does God laugh?
Three times in the Book of Psalms (Psalm 2:4; 37:13; 59:8) we read that God shall laugh. God laughs, he sees their coming destruction and says, “A little that a righteous man has is Better than the riches of many wicked.” The last time we find that God laughs is Psalm 59:8.
Does God get angry?
So while God is not human, he does get angry. And he has good reason for reacting to human behavior with anger. In fact, God wouldn’t be good if he didn’t have strong reactions to evil and injustice. Divine anger is not the exact thing as human anger.