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I chose a special verse that speaks to us during our uncertain season, this week we are studying Character.
This week¯s notes: The Character of Anger can be a solution or a real problem.
Righteous Anger: Can anger be a "character?" Yes, when it is constrained!
The Bible tells us that it is OK to be angry, but, not to allow it to cause one to sin! Jesus saw His house of worship and prayer turned into a market, and
modeled to us the correct way to channel our hostility in fervent action. Anger can be a solution, or a real problem, depending on how you handle it!
(Proverbs 14:29, 15:18; 16:32; 29:11; 22; Ecclesiastes 7:9; Matthew 18:15-17;
21:12-13; Romans 1:18; Ephesians 4:25-27; James 1:19-21)
What makes you angry? How does your response to anger differ from person to person,
When we know that Anger is caused by disappointments, we can have a better handle on
it by placing our focus upon Christ, who never disappoints us!
Think through the steps you need to take to put righteous Anger into action
in a specific instance, such as, how can I refuse to allow myself to be overcome with anger, when family and friends push my buttons, or provoke me?
What can I do to set up a system to warn me when my anger is starting to override my character?