What Does the Bible Say About our Emotions?

The “normal” human life isn’t what is marketed to us by the pharmaceutical industry or by the lives we see projected on movie screens, or, frankly, by a lot of Christian sermons and praise songs.

The normal human life is the life of Jesus of Nazareth, who sums up in himself everything it means to be human (Ephesians 1:10). And the life of Christ presented to us in the Gospels is a life of joy, of fellowship, of celebration, but also of loneliness, of profound sadness, of lament, of grief, of anger, of suffering, all without sin.

As the Holy Spirit conforms us to the image of Christ, we don’t become giddy, or, much less, emotionally vacant. Instead, the Bible tells us we “groan” along with the persecuted creation around us (Romans 8:23). We cry out with Jesus himself, experiencing with him often the agony of Gethsemane (Galatians 4:6; Mark 14:36). And, paradoxically, along the way, we join Jesus in joy and peace (Galatians 5:22).

A human emotional life is complicated, and a regenerated human emotional life is complicated too.

by Russell Moore | Source

Chill & Relaxing

The Rain Keeps Falling

by Andrew Peterson

The Lord is close to the
he rescues those
whose spirits are crushed.

Psalm 34:18 NLT

Praise & Worship

Lord From Sorrows Deep I Call

by Matt Boswell & Matt Papa
Romans 15:13 NIV

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.


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Messages: 54 Min

a Loss

by Nancy Guthrie


No one ever
told me that grief
felt so like fear.



by Matt Hammitt
Article: 10 Min

Why Grief Is Evidence for God

by Sharon Dirckx at The Gospel Coalition


[There are]
two kinds of losses:
Those who had
something precious
and lost it.
Those who hoped for
something precious
and never had it.


Blessed are
those who mourn,
for they
will be

Matthew 5:4 NIV