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Anger management (5)

If you’re serious about managing your anger, here are two things to keep in mind: 1) Don’t hang out your dirty laundry in public. Keep it in the laundry room. When you’re hurt and angry, spreading gossip about your offender...

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The Bible says: ‘Don’t use foul or abusive language. Let everything you say be good and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them. And do not bring sorrow to God’s Holy Spirit by...

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What you store on your computer’s hard drive can be recalled by touching a key. Jesus said: ‘The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart…the evil man brings evil things out of the...

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When it comes to practicing anger management, here are two important Bible principles: 1) Don’t blame people and things. Blaming is a way of evading responsibility while pointing your finger elsewhere. ‘If only you’d arrive on time, I wouldn’t have...

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Anger management (1)

Here’s a Bible plan for growth that includes anger management: ‘Let the Spirit renew your thoughts and attitudes. Put on your new nature, created to be like God – truly righteous and holy. So stop telling lies. Let us tell...

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Your Anger Is Doing Damage

Angry outbursts are destructive in all relationships, especially in the home. Children are the most vulnerable to parental anger, and they mirror their parents’ behavior. As adults, we shape our children’s destiny by our words, behaviors, and attitudes, and if...

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Control Your Anger!

Uncontrolled anger is like jumping into your car, revving the engine, and discovering too late that the brakes don’t work. The Bible says, ‘Don’t stay angry. Don’t go to bed angry. Don’t give the Devil that kind of foothold in...

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Release from Bitterness (1)

Anger is often the product of frustrated expectations. We expect something, and when we don’t get it we end up disappointed and angry. And our anger leads to a dysfunctional personal, spiritual, and relational lifestyle. Frustrated expectations are often rooted...