All good feelings come from love. God is love. God is unconditional love. All negative, destructive feelings come from a lack of love. By negative I mean despair, hopelessness, bitterness, rage, malice, selfishness, etc.
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father – James 1:17.
Love is the source of all good feelings. Joy, peace and others come from love. This is not the deceptive good feelings that come from illegal drugs, drunkenness or other destructive sources. You can amplify your good feelings by counting your blessings and writing them down. Write down everything you love until you feel amazing and joyful. How you feel about each subject in life is an exact reflection on what you have been giving out on each subject. Galatians 6:7 says you reap what you sow. If we sow negative feelings, we get negative feelings, words, actions and events. If we sow love—good feelings, we get joyful, healthy feelings, words and events coming into our life.
The joy of the Lord is your strength (Nehemiah 8:10). We can’t have the strength to accomplish godly goals if we don’t have joy.
Of course, love is not just a feeling. It is much more than that. But love, true love, brings positive feelings. Love does not cause destructive feelings like despair, bitterness and hopelessness.
Life is not happening to you, life is responding to the things you have given out-your emotions, words and actions. Everything happening to you in life is your call. You make the call on everything in life by what you give. Of course, God is ultimately in charge, but he gave us the law of sowing and reaping and he does not change that.
All the things you want in life want you too. Don’t struggle to change the circumstances of your life. Give love thru good feelings and what you want will appear if it is not sinful. You have to give good feelings first and have joy first and give joy to receive joyful things. Whatever you want to receive in life you must give first. Then those things you want will come back to you by the law of sowing and reaping (Gal 6:7).