Anger Myths

Anger Myths

What makes you angry? Perhaps it is something as slight as a stubbed toe or as serious as a betrayal by someone close to you. How long does your anger last? Does your anger appear and disappear in the blink of an eye, or does your anger burn in your mind for years? Over the next few weeks, we are going to be looking at anger, examining if anger is Biblical and how we walk with our anger.

The easiest way to mismanage anger is not taking responsibility for it — blaming it on external circumstances or explaining it away as something we can’t control. Yet we know it’s not the circumstance that causes anger; it’s our interpretation of the circumstance that causes anger.

This week’s challenge will be to become someone who gets angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, and for the right purpose. By examining four myths about anger, we will learn all about our anger and how we can manage it so that we do not give the enemy a foothold into our lives because of mismanaged anger. Join us as we uncover and explore anger.

Next Steps

  • I will take responsibility for my anger.
  • I will commit to relearn how you express anger.
  • I will not blame my mismanaged anger on another person.
  • I will become a student of anger management.
  • I will not thoughtlessly let my anger fly.
  • I will seek professional help to understand and manage my anger appropriately.
  • Read More

    Before you go...

    Have you signed up to receive our weekly news and events?

    Send this to a friend
    Hi, I thought this may interest you: Anger Myths! Here is the link: