May 12, 2013 | Brett Hilliard

Wrath To Understanding

Matthew 5:21-22
Paul tells us to “be angry, but do not sin” (Ephesians 4:26a). If you’ve not been angry recently, then you are disobeying the command to be angry. It reveals that you don’t care deeply about things that should enrage you. But the greater, more frequent problem is that you are angry, and you simply don’t know how to get over it. Whether it shows itself as rage, impatience, silence, or withdrawal, anger will eat you up. This message examines the core causes, and provides insight on how to deal with it effectively.

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