Tuesday, June 25, 2013

How to be Emotionally Stable

Emotional stability starts in the mind, which is part of the soul. Emotions began to grow in the mind and in the thought processes. The soul is under attack from its enemy, the devil. When the spirit man is protected by the blood of Jesus, the devil turns his attack on the person’s mind. He tries to infiltrate the mind, causing emotions to get out of control. The person’s body will line up with the soul. Many people are sick and weak, because they have not stabilized their emotions. Negative emotions lead to stress, which is one of the main reasons for death.

To stabilize emotions, one must first renew the mind to God's word and what God says about different situations such as anger, bitterness, unforgiveness, poverty, abundance, healing, etc. Then when thoughts come, they can be captured and held for evaluation. If the thought or emotion does not agree with the word of God, it can be cast aside and replaced with one of God’s thoughts as expressed in his word. God's word will cause emotions to be steadfast and eliminate stress.

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