Since when is love involved in believing the Gospel?
God: Who wants a get-out-of-hell-free card?
Most sane people: Me!
Yes, loving God is a thing we should aspire to, but "those who are in the flesh cannot please God" (Romans 8:8). No sinful flesh can love God. Only Holy Spirit empowered believers can love God.
Now make no mistake: God rejoices over one person who repents and believes the Gospel. But I tend to doubt that people accept the Gospel because they want to please God. That's because one of the requirement for accepting the Gospel is realizing that you can't please God on your own - you must allow God to please himself because only Christ's sacrifice is good enough to take your punishment. Only God can satisfy God - God rejoicing is God rejoicing in his own work of redemption, not you doing anything.
So you're just accepting God's offer of salvation, a free gift to you. It's like you taking a Christmas gift or you finding a treasure chest on the side of the road and walking off with it. That's not a loving action. It's a neutral action.
Of course, if you gave all of the money in the chest to help others, that's a loving action. But not the taking of the chest itself. Likewise, it's not loving to accept the Gospel - but it is loving to use your Holy Spirit-empowered gifts that were given to you with your salvation to help others.
As for the rest of it:
You can have them all you want, including all the fear, pain, agony, sadness, grief, depression, loneliness, and righteous indignation. These ones can all interfere with your ability to get things done, so sometimes asking God to help you with them is a good idea even if they are non-sinful and completely legitimate.
This isn't a church, my friend - the ban on female preaching applies to the church, not the world. (Women are called to be missionaries like men are, and many have filled that role well.) Also, I'm not preaching or teaching, I'm writing forum posts. Many women have written Christian books that quote scripture, and many men have no doubt read them.
Women are allowed to teach children, boys included, but even if you were a grown man (who knows, maybe you are), I can still debate you in a public forum if I think your interpretation of Scripture is incorrect. I just think of this as ordinary conversation in real life - it would be a sad day when men and women can't talk about the Bible together. At the end of the day, I don't have any authority over you, either, but that doesn't mean we can't talk.