<p class="p1">We are in charge of our emotions, and we are accountable for how we feel. Self-control is a gift from God, who gave us the authority to master our feelings. Positive emotions move us toward God’s will for our lives. Conversely, negative emotions, such as depression, move us away from it. We will never be exempt from our feelings, but we can dominate every emotion we experience when we use the Word of God to handle them</p>
<p class="p1">Just like the right mix of sodium and chloride makes salt and adds flavor to our food, the right mix of grace and faith adds manifestations to our lives. It is time for Christians to know how to walk in the manifestations of what grace has provided. We do that by avoiding the extremes of leaning too far toward either grace or faith. Because of the finished works of Jesus, all we need to do to experience God’s glory is to employ our faith in what He did.<span class="s1"><i><span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span></i></span></p>
<h3 class="p1">The Grace to Change Part 1-1</h3>
Some things that happen in our lives are the result of wrong-believing, and shining the light of change in these areas helps us to believe correctly and get good results. We no longer have to stay the same; we have been empowered to rise to new levels. We do this by spending time in the Word, which frees us and destroys strongholds that previously kept us in bondage. Therefore, change should be a way of life for believers.