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Biblical Perspectives on Anger
Greg Nichols
The Scripture tells us: “Let all wrath and anger be put away from you” (Ephesians 4:31), but it also says: “Be angry” (Ephesians 4:26). Is there a contradiction? Is all anger wrong? Can we experience anger without sinning?

Anger is one of the major emotions that a human being can feel, and is an area where the Christian Church stands in need of instruction from the Word of God.” This series was delivered “that we might be able to differentiate between righteous indignation and carnal anger; that when we feel and experience anger we might know how to deal with it; that we might know how to express and control it in a way that is pleasing to God; that we might be living reflections of Jesus Christ.
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