Is a “Little Anger” OK?
I had given my message on “ANGER THE DESTROYER” at a church and was standi
Wow! Where do I start in answering that?!
I assured him that I knew what it was like to use anger when…
And yes, there are differences in how you may deal with boys and girls. But anger will not help in dealing with either one!
The main verses I wish I would’ve thought to share with him were Colossians 3:8 and 21 – “But now ye also put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, filthy communication out of your mouth.”
Notice that anger is in the same classification as “blasphemy” and “filthy communication.”
Is it alright to have a “little blasphemy?”
Is it alright to have a “little filthy communication?”
Is it alright to have a “little anger?”
Colossians 3:21 says, “Fathers, provoke not your children to anger, lest they be discouraged.”
A father or mother’s anger produces discouragement in a child. This is the only place the word “discourage” is used in the entire New Testament and God is very concerned that children in particular not get discouraged.
Since nothing provokes to anger like anger, even a “little anger” may produce discouragement and a feeling of hopelessness in a child.
Some people may ask, “But didn’t Jesus get angry? And isn’t there a verse that says, ‘Be ye angry, and sin not’?
I answer both of those objections in the message: “THE DEMONIC LIKE NATURE OF ANGER.”
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