In Essentials, Unity; In Nonessentials, Liberty; In All Things, Love.
"Our culture is boiling with anger, and we need some relief. In his typically clear and pithy way, Bert Ghezzi sums up his strategy for defusing anger in any particular situation..."
--Brandon Vogt, from the foreword of The Angry Christian
At a time when anger runs at a high pitch in our society, Bert Ghezzi offers biblically-based advice that shows us that the best way to handle anger is never to ignore it or try to "suppress" it. The Bible teaches us how to use anger wisely. Anger is good if we engage it to help us do the right thing and if we don't let it escalate out of hand. But it spawns evil if it gets out of control or if we use it for selfish, wrong-headed purposes. Under the power of the Holy Spirit, we can transform our anger into occasions of grace. Over time, we learn how to replace anger with behaviors like patience, endurance, and determination to do the right thing. So, anger used well can fuel our zeal becoming saints and bringing others to Christ and the church.
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