Part 2 of a series on being transformed, putting on the character of Christ, in our emotions, feelings, and desires. Our feelings often seem like enemies to our spiritual growth. Modern life idolizes feelings, and gives them a place of ultimate authority over our lives. Many people think that their feelings must be obeyed. But the Bible calls this slavery. Feelings are good servants, but terrible masters. Instead, God can replace our sinful feelings and desires with emotions and affections that are oriented toward Him and the goodness of His Kingdom. How can such a change take place? Galatians 5 guides us, and we also look at the emotional life of Jesus during his time on earth.