"If God says, “Don’t do that” in the Bible, he will never tell you “yes” through a feeling. I don’t care how good the feeling is — when you listen to your feelings instead of God’s Word, you’re walking straight into a trap," writes Warren. "One of the most common excuses I’ve heard to justify a multitude of sins is, “God wants me to be happy, and this will make me happy.”"
"God wants you to be happy. But God wants you to be holy more than he wants you to be happy. He wants you to obey him."
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