Gretchen and Katie talk about the guilt and shame that often gets put on our emotions, and discusses if how we feel makes us more or less righteous.

We often lie about our emotions so they appear more holy, or we use our emotions as an excuse to sin against our neighbor. The question then becomes, what do we do when our emotions aren't what we want them to be? We can easily turn the state of our emotions into a balancing act, instead of something that we bring to God. When it comes down to it, it's about embracing both truth and love.

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