Feelings? That’s right, those emotions that rise up in us or, those subjective impressions we “feel” that make us think we should do a certain course of action. The Christian is constantly faced with growing in wisdom on how to respond to the “feelings” that we have. We hope the resources below will be a help in a practical way.
A Heart Genuinely Moved By Truth vs Emotionalism
How can I discern between my heart genuinely being moved by the truth versus emotionalism?
Are You Satisfied With What Jesus Has Done?
Are you satisfied with what Jesus has done on the cross? Or are you saying, "Jesus died, yes, but I must..." You must what?
Fanaticism Is Not Faith
Fanaticism is not faith. When the affections and mere-sensibility of the heart are excited, and the understanding...
Faith and Feelings in the Christian Life
How should a believer handle subjective feelings in the Christian life? What role, if any, do feelings and affections...
Trust God Even When You Have No Feelings
Do you trust the Lord even when you have no feelings? We need to remember that God often withdraws His sensible presence from us to test and purify our faith.
Introspectionism has its seekers looking, not at Christ as their hope, but their repentance. Thus repentance itself becomes a fetish.
Obtain a Testimony by Faith, Not Feelings
When I started out, on the Christian faith, I did not have any feelings. I had no flashing lights. I just saw, this is right. The word of God is true.
I Feel Like I’m Spiritually Dying
We need to be aware of how God presents Himself in Scripture, because sometimes during evangelism the person will describe that "the Lord is not saving me."
I Can’t Feel
The Bible never tells you that you must feel but that you must repent and believe. Your complaint that you 'can't feel,' is just an excuse...
Fact, Faith, Feelings
The proper place of feelings in the Christian life. "Do not let your heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me." John 14:1