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Jesus again raises the stakes. It is one thing not to murder, or to censor your own emotions to try to exclude hatred. But the truth is that anger is part of creation, and is not in and of itself evil. In fact, the Bible gives many examples of righteous anger. Anger is sinful when not appropriate, but is also sinful when it is not applied where it should be.
Sermon on Ephesians 4:31-32 by Pastor Dan Hendley.
As part of our "Matthew: On Earth as it is in Heaven" series, Chris Carr teaches "Anger" from Matthew 5:21-26.
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.
Sermon on Ephesians 4:26-27 by Pastor Dan Hendley.
Since Jesus blesses the poor in spirit, those who live in His Kingdom must pursue personal and public peace.
How can we cleanse our heart from anger? How can we remain calm when everyone around is angry?
Love is not irritable...it is not resentful. That sounds "nice" doesn't it? Yet what does it look like in practice? While the words of 1 Corinthians 13 may sound nice in a wedding they are extremely difficult to put into practice. In fact, it is hard to love people...but fortunately God is in the business of helping me do the impossible.
There are people in our lives that seem perfect. But we know better: no one's perfect. Yet, Jesus is calling his people to be perfect just as God is perfect. Does Jesus really expect us to be perfect? How do we even seek to be perfect? Listen as pastor Jody Sledge challenges us to understand Jesus' command and resolve to be perfect.