Tag Archives: Anger

Angry Bibles – Living the Call

AngryBible-handsStart by reading Micah 6:6-8


The tone of this post may be a little different from my earlier posts, but it is also being written for a local paper that won’t have the previous posts to go along with it.

Last Sunday I just finished a series on anger.  When I started that series one of the first things that we talked about was that God gets angry.  We see this a lot in the Old Testament, but we also see Jesus get angry in the New Testament as well.  Something that we have to realize is that, and accept, is that God does get angry. Continue reading Angry Bibles – Living the Call


Angry Bibles – Crumbling Walls

Angry-Birds-2Start by reading Ephesians 4:17-32

So we’re on the second post of our discussion of anger. Last time we started off by talking about how God gets angry. That’s okay. It happens. that’s okay. God does in fact does get angry. Is, because we are created in God’s image. we’re going to get angry too. That’s okay. it is a part of who we are. Its not wrong, it’s not a sin. It’s not something to be concealed, or put down, or push away, or kept out of sight out of mind. It is a part of who we are. Now that being said, anger, like anything else, can be bad. It can be used badly it could be purposeless it can be dangerous it could be damaging. It can be hurtful, it could be all those things that we fear the most about it, if we’re not careful. Continue reading Angry Bibles – Crumbling Walls

Angry Bibles – Missing the Mark

Sermon-1Start by reading Psalm 7:1-17 and Mark 3:1-6

So over the course of the next posts we’re going to be hitting an important topic, and one that we don’t deal very well with.  That’s anger.  This is something that we like to talk a lot about, and we like to give impressions that we’re good at dealing with it, but we aren’t.  Just like the title of this post points out, we’re missing the mark.  Rather than really dealing with anger, we cover it in platitudes and trite sayings. Continue reading Angry Bibles – Missing the Mark