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Anger is a strong emotion that can lead to dramatic change, for good or for evil. One of the greatest challenges of the Christian life is to “be angry and do not sin.” These resources will empower you to bridle and harness the forceful emotion of anger.

  • by Scott Ashley
Mankind indeed has a deep spiritual problem—a deadly virus that has infected us and leads us into sin and death. It is our wicked, evil, selfish, self-centered and self-seeking way of thinking that inevitably leads to discord, conflict, hatred, violence and war.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Many people carry loads that are heavy, but invisible.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Life is unfair and full of trouble, as we all know.
  • by Nicholas Bizic
America’s abortion debate is a window on one of the country’s deepest spiritual crises. When we see injustice, brutality and sin on this scale, we rightly get angry at the evil. How can we ensure we’re experiencing godly, righteous anger instead of destructive, carnal anger?
  • by Darris McNeely
Do you ever find yourself restless, agitated or angry for no reason?
  • by Lindsay Campbell.
When people hang onto anger and seek revenge, no one benefits?
  • by Katherine Rowland
In today’s world of instant communication so many seem bent on provoking others with emotionally charged language, but the Bible shows a better way.