by June Hunt
Has anger or rage ever clouded your judgment to the point that you acted rashly and then regretted it later? What do you do when you are inflamed with angry thoughts and feelings? Ultimately, you have the choice to act wisely or to react foolishly. You can learn to keep your anger under control with this practical advice from June Hunt.
Anger is a strong emotion of irritation or agitation that occurs when a need or expectation is not met. The Bible is full of examples of anger. From Jesus’ righteous anger in the temple to Saul’s inappropriate anger caused by jealousy. Easily find out the difference between acceptable and unacceptable anger in this minibook.
Get answers to key questions related to how people handle their anger and what the Bible says about anger:
- Why do some people take their anger out on an innocent bystander—those who have nothing to do with the problem?
- Is it a sin for me to be angry? (Covers 4 common misconceptions)
- How can I keep from feeling guilty when I’m angry?
- How can a God of love be a God of wrath at the same time?
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