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God’s plan for Adam and Eve was to live forever in the garden with the tree of life at arm’s length. Unfortunately, the choice to sin brought death and everything was turned upside down in the bleakest chapter (Genesis 3) of the O.T.
"Be angry but do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger, and do not make room for the devil." (Ephesians 4:26-27 NRSV) Easier said than done! Today we take a look at how we can do it. The shorter written version is available at http://goo.gl/aJakBF
The depth of our hearts overflow into our lives. What does James say about the overflow of anger from our mouths?
Anger happens, but how do you handle anger on the Christian Life. Continuing the study of Ephesians, Pastor Aaron examines what the Christian should do with anger.
Jesus resisted his earthly popularity as an impediment to Gospel ministry, and we who bear his name must therefore guard against the approval of the world.
Paul is instructing the believers at Ephesus regarding their behaviors. He has already exhorted them not to behave like the Gentiles around them. The Spirit of Christ has taught them a different way to live. He explains to them the process of turning vices into virtues in verses 22-24 and then brings the process to bear on some very practical issues in life; our anger for instance. Anger is an emotion all of us deal with at one time or another, but how we handle our anger is the subject of Paul's address. Listen and learn the difference between righteous anger and unrighteous anger. Learn the value of anger under the control of God's Holy Spirit and avoid the destructive demonstrations of unrighteous anger.