Anger is something we don’t often want to talk about. We can minimize our own struggles with anger, or we can neglect to see anger in our own hearts. However, we believe it is extremely important to discuss how anger impacts our personal relationships and our relationship with the Lord.
In this conversation, Shelby and Krystal address some key questions: is anger a sin? Can it be controlled? How can we identify and work through our anger? How does the gospel inform our perspective and our response to anger? These are ones we have both wrestled with over the years and we hope it is helpful to you as we go to God’s Word to find these answers. We pray this episode is a practical reminder of God’s saving work in our lives as we honor Him in our words and actions.
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1:13 - Favorite Things
4:32 - Krystal and Shelby’s struggles with anger
10:17 - Is anger a sin?
11:51 - How can we be angry and not sin?
17:17 - Anger feels uncontrollable, but can it be controlled?
21:22 - Practical help for handling anger
27:40 - How the gospel impacts the way we handle anger
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