November 22, 2020 PM
Dr. Michael Catt
#2000 (#3 in series)
POWERFUL PROVERBS IN A PANDEMIC: Addressing Your Anger
Proverbs 16:32; 19:9-12
True or False?
1) All anger is sin.
2) If you don’t look or sound angry, you don’t have a problem with anger.
3) Anger always leads to some form of violence.
4) The best way to deal with anger is to ignore it.
5) Christians don’t get angry.
I. APPROPRIATE ANGER
II. AGREE IT’S A PROBLEM
“Anger breeds remorse in the heart, discord in the home, bitterness in the community, and confusion in the state.” – Billy Graham
How does anger express itself?
How do we deal with it in the moment?
III. ADDRESS THE REASONS
IV. ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR NEED FOR HELP
V. ACKNOWLEDGE THERE IS A TIME FOR RIGHTEOUS ANGER
“We are to have righteous indignation at sin and corruption and immorality round about us. . . . We are to have righteous indignation at some of the evil corruption in high places that is uncovered from time to time.” – Billy Graham