Proverbs 4:6 (NKJV) Don’t abandon wisdom, and she will watch over you; love her, and she will guard you.
Who is in charge of your emotions?
Is it you, or have you developed the unfortunate habit of letting other people, or stressful situations, determine the quality of your thoughts and the direction of your day?
If you’re wise, and if you’d like to build a better life for yourself and your loved ones! You’ll learn the gift to control your emotions before your emotions control you. Human emotions are highly irrational, decidedly unpredictable, and often unreliable.
Our emotions are like the weather, they can change from day today.
So we must learn to live by faith in God (Hebrews 11:1), not by the volatility of our own emotional ups and downs.
Sometime during this day, you will probably be polarized by a strong negative feeling. Learn the gift of handling them, and fight back.
The gift is turning the emotions over to the Lord. Your emotions will inevitably change; God will remain the same.
Point to ponder-
God is the stabilizing gift and factor in regulating your emotions!
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