What do we do when we encounter a list of sins in the Bible, and find a few that we struggle with, too?
Can we just claim ignorance of things that are really important in life?
In the presence of love, and the belief that righteousness is best for others, there may be good reasons for anger.
When we try to avoid avoid unrighteous anger, what should we replace it with?
What should our reaction be when we are offended by others?
Some people have a mental image of an angry God. This might be due to preachers like Johnathan Edwards from the 18th-century, or from listening to others who portray God as primarily full of wrath and punishment. This is a tough image of God to live with, and probably makes most of us want to avoid… Continue reading What Makes God Angry?
If we want to get rid of junk in our house, we can have a garage sale. How do we get rid of junk in our mind and soul, though?
There are things worth getting angry about, and others that aren't worth the effort. Let us not burn off all of our energy on the latter, so that we can do some good with the former.
How can we find ourselves being defined by others according to the good that our life produces (with God's) help, rather than by the vices that we fight against?