Sermons on Anger

Sermons on Anger

OVERCOME YOUR INNER ENEMIES – SIN (Romans 7:15-24)”

1. Understanding our human condition. A. We are created in the image of God and made to be with him. B. We are corrupted by sin and separated from God. C. We have another identity.2. Jesus redeems us. A. Jesus forgives us. B. Jesus frees us. C. Jesus gives us a new identity.3. We overcome by living what Christ has done for us. A. We receive the new birth. B. We claim our new identity. C. We live by the…

OVERCOME YOUR INNER ENEMIES – SHAME (2 Samuel 11-12)

“Shame involves complete self-condemnation. It is a major attack against the self in which the individual believes they will be found utterly unacceptable by society. As a result of its overwhelming force, shame causes feelings of disgrace and dishonor. A person who feels shame wants to hide from everyone.” – Dr. Allan Schwartz Shame Grows in the Dark But God Gives Us LightShame Blinds Us But God Gives Us SightShame Isolated Us But God Restores Our Relationships Series Summary: The…

OVERCOME YOUR INNER ENEMIES – BITTERNESS (1 Samuel 17:28-37)

In 1 Samuel 17:28-37, David didn’t go bother to be bitter and letting himself down on things said to him but rather he keep his faith and surrender his strength back to God to defeat Goliath. Bitterness in Spirit, or in life, is one of the inner biggest challenges that we face to remain faithful to God, to not to be discourage, or to not to give up, and causes in our heart that roots all other troubles. Here we…

Empty to Full: Anger to Peace, Part 3

Befriend anger by using it wisely. Anger is a God-given emotion designed to help us. It’s an inner alarm system and goes off when something is wrong, but does not tell us what is wrong. Anger becomes sinful when we give it so much power that it controls us and we give other things the place that God should have. James 4:12 states: There is only one Lawgiver and Judge, the one who is able to save and destroy. But…

Empty to Full: Anger to Peace, Part 2

God helps us to heal and rid ourselves from anger by forgiving. Ephesians 4:31-32 states: Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another,forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you. Start with forgiveness and then the rest will come naturally: getting rid of the garbage of bitterness, rage, anger, brawling, and slander; then, replace the old with compassion and kindness. It’s not enough…

Empty to Full: Anger to Peace, Part 1

Divine wrath and human anger are mentioned a lot in the Bible. God’s anger is different from our anger. 1 John 1:5b states: God is light; in him there is no darkness at all. Even in his anger, there is no sin or darkness. God is slow to anger, but we give him plenty of reasons to be angry. Psalm 7:11 states that he expresses wrath every day because we deserve it, which is why is grace is amazing. Human…