Season: 3 Episode: 029
Shanda interviews best selling author, Jessica Hottle, about the truth of our emotions. Jessica breaks down why it’s important we acknowledge our emotions and be honest about what we feel. The biggest takeaway is how we can stand on God’s truth even when our emotions deceive us.
“If you don’t run your emotions, your emotions will run you.”
“We hardwire our brains to believe a certain way.”
“The thoughts you think are a seed you’re planting and what you do is the fruit.”
“There’s always tension when truth and a lie come head to head.”
“Your brain is hardwired to believe lies.”
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Welcome back my friend. You are listening to episode 29: What’s the Truth and today I have a special guest named Jessica. And I’m excited to share her with you today.
Jessica Hottle’s passion it so help women gett emotionally and physically healthy while keeping God at the center. She inspires and encourages thousands by sharing her own personal struggles, victories, and journey through life. Jessica is a successful online entrepreneur, speaker, podcaster for What’s The Truth, and author of two best-selling books, Know Your Worth and A Worthy Wife. Along with a third book, Own Your Worth. Her passions are being a wife to her husband, Jon, being a momma to their three cats, and spending her free time outside whenever she can (playing golf, hiking, reading, or writing in her journal). Jessica has a heart that runs hard after Jesus and credits everything she has done to her Savior.
Tell us some things about yourself that weren’t mentioned in the bio so we can get to know you better.
I love that your podcast is called What’s God’s Truth? I love the Truth of God’s word. It’s our answer for everything. What made you decide to start a podcast like this?
You often talk about emotions and feelings. What’s God’s truth about emotions?
Emotions are so powerful. How do we control those emotions so that we please God instead of regret what we’ve done once the emotions subside?
Do you think people have to learn how to deal with their emotions? If so, how would you suggest they do that?
I did a podcast episode on how not to be led by emotion. In that episode, I said God gives us permission to feel but He doesn’t give us permission to sin. Do you think that’s easy to remember in the heat of the moment or during hurt?
What’s advice you can give our audience to inspire their faith?