Teach Me To Feel
Many of us suppress our feelings because we’re worried they are ungodly. Others of us are so led by our emotions that we let them dominate everything, including our faith. In these honest, personal and uplifting meditations on 24 selected psalms, Courtney Reissig looks at emotions we all experience, ranging from shame, anxiety, and anger through to gratitude, hope, and joy. For each, she shows how the psalms give us permission to acknowledge how we feel before God, and how they can help us to use those feelings productively and faithfully. This inspiring book will give women a language to cry out to God to help them process their feelings, as well as help them to grow in their faith. Can be used as a daily devotion.

Teach Me To Feel Details

TitleTeach Me To Feel
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ReleaseJan 1st, 2020
PublisherThe Good Book Company
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GenreChristian, Religion, Faith, Christian Living

Teach Me To Feel Review

  • Erin
    January 1, 1970
    Excellent work by Reissig! A homiletical meditation on the psalms filled with encouragement, biblical truth, real life application and illustrations. I’ll be recommending this book often. I’m excited to have such a valuable resource for discipling others as well as my own teenage girls. “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD! Praise the LORD!” Psalms 150:6
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  • Aylin Merck
    January 1, 1970
    Thankful for a book that uses the language of Scripture, specifically of the Psalms, to give language to our emotions. Courtney's grasp of Scripture and her wise insights into human nature make this book a true gift. One of my favorite things about it is that she writes knowing the implications of our union with Christ & her insights into Psalms are decidedly Christ-centered. Grab this book, it will reorient your heart to worship in whatever season you find yourself.
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  • Annette Wagoner
    January 1, 1970
    Have you ever said, or had someone say to you, "I just can't feel anything anymore" ? This book is a beautiful journey through the book of Psalms and through the emotions that a believer will feel in her life. It doesn't give platitudes to when life is hard, it just brings scripture that can bring comfort to you. There is a lot of additional scripture you can dig into as well.
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