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The Consequences of Anger

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Many people don't realize the cost of holding on to bitterness. They may imagine that if their grudge is justified, they have a right to nurture it. Harboring anger is an understandable reaction to life’s hurts and offenses, but resentment takes a horrible toll on our relationships, health, and fellowship with God. No wonder the Bible instructs us to deal quickly with this potentially destructive emotion.


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Why We Harbor Anger

By Dr. Charles Stanley

Most believers know it's wrong to hold a grudge, acknowledging that God alone has the right to avenge wrongs. They understand that the Bible teaches us to deal quickly with anger. So why do Christians often hang on to this destructive emotion? I believe there are six basic reasons why believers fail to surrender their anger to God. (Continue reading Why We Harbor Anger.)

 

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