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  • Angry

    Contributed by John Mccormack on Apr 7, 2015
     | 1,753 views

    THIS STUDY ADDRESSES TWO SIDES OF ANGER.

    ANGRY? OBSERVATION: PROVERBS IS A COLLECTION OF WISE SAYINGS AND PRACTICAL PRINCIPLES TO LIVE BY. THE WRITINGS DIRECT YOU TO A WELL MANAGED LIFESTYLE. WISDOM ALWAYS GIVES RESPECT TO GOD. THIS STUDY ADDRESSES ANGER FROM A POSITIVE AND A NEGATIVE ASPECT. INTERPRETATION: PROVERBS ...read more

  • Angry Saints Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 31, 2021
     | 381 views

    James does not say we are to eliminate anger. He says we are to be slow to anger. James is too realistic and practical to think that the saints will never feel angry.

    Near the end of the last century a group of minors in a mid-Western state became angry. They expressed that anger by igniting a carload of coal and pushing it down the mine shaft. Like most who act in anger, they could not foresee the long range consequences of their action. When the burning coal ...read more

  • Anger, Hostility, And Resentment Series

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Dec 29, 2000
    based on 286 ratings
     | 9,877 views

    Anger, hostility, and resentment when not directly dealt with, can unknowingly get buried deep inside. Being stuck in a relationship of abuse or neglect can cause you to suppress anger.

    Being stuck in a relationship of abuse or neglect can cause you to suppress anger. Suppressed anger, in time, will break out of your weak restraints and display itself in many self-destructive ways. It can turn into resentment or bitterness, gradually simmering to the boiling point-at which time ...read more

  • Just Like My Father

    Contributed by Michael Thomas on Feb 10, 2004
    based on 24 ratings
     | 1,670 views

    In order to be like our Father God, we must get rid of anger and begin living a life of love. But what does that mean in our everyday lives?

    Many here have heard of a man named Bobby Knight. He’s a famous college basketball coach. Bobby Knight is given to what commentaries on the Old Testament refer to as "ebullitions of wrath." Maybe you’ve seen some of Bobby’s ebullitions on display in television news clips: Coach Knight hurling a ...read more