Displaying items by tag: Anger
Joyce Meyer (December-24-2019) Motivation: Pressing Past Anger and Unforgiveness. When we stay mad and harbor unforgiveness, we open a door for the enemy to do damage in our lives.
Charles Stanley (October-08-2019) Daily Devotion: Godly Responses to Anger.
We live in a fallen world where sin is rampant, injustice is common, and conflicts abound. So there are plentiful opportunities to sin in anger. Although we cannot change many of these situations, altering our responses to them is possible.
Situations like struggling economies and natural disasters cause widespread frustration, but difficulties with people can present challenges on a more personal level. When hurt by someone’s words or actions, we may be tempted to hurl a caustic reply or simmer with resentment. Yet as believers, we’re to follow Jesus’ example: “While being reviled, He did not revile in return ... but kept entrusting Himself to Him who judges righteously” (1 Peter 2:23).
Today’s verses from the book of Proverbs emphasize the value of being slow to anger. This is especially important when facing a verbal attack. Quiet listening protects us from speaking rashly and offers the opportunity to ask God for help in responding as Christ would.
A calm, gentle reply can defuse a tense situation, but without taking time to process what was said, few of us will be able to answer wisely. When we are slow to anger, we can gain understanding of the situation and the hidden motives that a hot-tempered person can’t objectively comprehend.
Such a response is unnatural, but that shouldn’t surprise us since the One who modeled it is supernatural. Our priorities need to change if we’re to emulate Jesus. Love and understanding must supersede the need to defend ourselves, and preserving the relationship must replace safeguarding our rights. So be calm in all situations, and let Christ be your defender and protector.
How Do I Handle My Anger? - Joyce Meyer (July-05-2019). Anger is only one letter away from danger. Watch Joyce answer the question, “What do I do with my anger issues?”
Joyce Meyer (December-05-2018) Daily Devotion: Let Go of All Anger.
Everyone has anger from time to time, and understanding it and knowing how to handle it properly is important. Anger begins as a feeling and then manifests itself in words and actions.
You feel something, and it causes you to do or say something. Anger is not necessarily always sin; however, what you choose to do with anger directly determines your quality of life.
All anger has the same effect on your life. It upsets you, causing you to feel pressure. Keeping anger locked inside can even be dangerous to your health. So, you must take responsibility for your anger and learn to deal with it.
If you struggle with anger, ask God to help you process it and bring it to closure. You can be bitter or better—the choice is yours!
Prayer Starter: Father, You know everything about me. I ask for Your help to recognize and deal with any unresolved anger in my life. Help me to get to the root of the issues and learn to deal with my emotions in a godly way. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Sid Roth, Lisa Bevere (Sept 26, 2018) - Are You Struggling with Anger & Rage? Watch This Video! In this Sid Roth's It's Supernatural! Classic episode from 2000: Lisa Bevere's rage caused her to pick up her son to slam him against the wall. If uncontrollable rage or anger are things you struggle with, this It's Supernatural classic interview with Sid Roth and Lisa Bevere is for you.
Jimmy Evans (August-07-2018) How to Daily Deal with Anger. Whether you have been married one day or fifty years, anger is inevitable. Even though it's easier said than done, daily disarming anger can become a fulfilling and essential part of your marriage.
Joyce Meyer Overcoming Anger Part 1 - Extended Version. Learn healthy ways to deal with feelings of anger, and how God's Word can lead you to complete freedom and healing in this extended version of the Enjoying Everyday Life episode titled, Overcoming Anger.
Joyce Meyer sermon Anger Management - Part 2 - online. God's Word teaches us right and wrong ways to handle our anger. Learn from real life examples on today's show.
Overcoming Anger - Enjoying Everyday Life - Joyce Meyer. Learn healthy ways to deal with feelings of anger, and how God's Word can lead you to complete freedom and healing.