How The Gospel Speaks To Our Anger

Anger is clearly a huge issue in our lives and culture. It’s probably going to stay that way. However, anger can be a good thing. Yes. You read that correctly. Anger is actually an attribute of God and of those who desire to love well.

In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar breaks down the source and purpose of anger. You’ll also see how and why anger destroys. And we’ll give you a way to heal the anger in your life.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • How anger may be destroying your health and relationships.
  • Where (and why) the Bible commands us to be angry.
  • A definition for uncorrupted, righteous anger.
  • How to begin to heal your anger and move toward love.

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gospel speaks to anger

From this episode:

“We tend to think that hate is the opposite of love, but actually the opposite of love is indifference; which is what we have if God never gets angry. True love gets angry at the unbelief, pain, and messed up consequences we see in the world and in the lives of those we love.”

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