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Sermons about Anger
We've all been in situations where we have made someone angry. But when it comes to our Christian convictions and beliefs, we often grow particularly sensitive and ready to "debate and defend and argue" until we "win the day".... But we need to remember that Christ came to give a message of God's peace, love, hospitality, and grace. And if others are not ready to receive that message, we are to "move on" from the conversation in the moment. We need to find ways to maintain God's peace, and still "come to the table" as one in God.
Jesus taught that anger is a powerful response to injustice, it expresses caring, and that it needs boundaries.
Anger is often associated with sin and the devil. But anger is really an emotion that God gave us to stay in victory over sin and the devil. In this sermon we talk about how there is a righteous anger on the inside of you that will drive you to stand against the enemy and sin and not give them any place in your life.
If you don't learn to master your anger your anger will master you, and you will give up spiritual ground to the enemy. In this message Pastor Ron continues his discussion of Ephesians 4:26-27, 30-31 by explaining the three counterproductive ways we usually deal with anger, and by laying out a training regimen to help you master anger.
Ferguson. Baltimore. The mere mention of these two cities today incite anger, hatred, confusion, dismay, fear and a slew of other emotions. Many know WHAT is happening but how many know and understand WHY? Pastor Gates tackles this important topic, reminds us that there is nothing new under the sun and that, as always, God has an answer.
What makes you angry? What do you do in your anger? Are you still angry about something that happened a long time ago? The answers to those questions could be the key to why you seem stuck in your spiritual growth and why you lack joy in Christ. In this message Pastor Ron Burtz unpacks the meaning of the statement, "Be angry and sin not," and shows how unresolved anger is like a poison to the soul.