Seven Deadly Sins: Anger

Seven Deadly Sins: Anger

This week in our continuing series on the Seven Deadly Sins we examine Anger.Anger can be a good and Godly thing. Jesus got angry, for starters. He famously knocked tables over in the temple when he saw it being treated like a marketplace.And just think, if Martin Luther King Jr didn’t get angry about inequality and injustice, […]

By Sheridan VoyseyTuesday 1 Jun 2010FaithReading Time: 1 minute

This week in our continuing series on the Seven Deadly Sins we examine Anger.

Anger can be a good and Godly thing. Jesus got angry, for starters. He famously knocked tables over in the temple when he saw it being treated like a marketplace.

And just think, if Martin Luther King Jr didn’t get angry about inequality and injustice, he might never have changed history. But we also know that anger can be misdirected and misused, and that it can cause great harm.

As part of our series on the Seven Deadly Sins with Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung, we’re going to take a look at anger. The good sort, the bad sort, and how to master it.

Listen Now – Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung talks about Anger