Hey, thanks so much for being here this morning. I know it’s really cold outside, rainy, icy. I was in bed this morning I said, Lisa, I don’t feel like going to church. (audience laughter) She said, you’ve got to, you’re the pastor of the church. Okay. Okay. Thanks for being here. There’s gonna be a lot of anger. (audience laughter) There’s gonna be a lot of anger expressed today at Fellowship Church also Fellowship Church Plano, Uptown and Alliance. A lot of anger, especially among women, because Eric Orson recently announced his engagement so a lot of women (audience laughter and clapping) are gonna be very, very angry.
We’re talking about anger. We’re talking about facing anger. What is anger? Anger is an emotional response in the face of wrong doing. God has given all of us the opportunity to get angry. Anger is not always a bad thing, so often it’s a good thing. But when I say the word, many of us think about pain not gain. Yet, God has made us in is image. We have the capacity to get angry. God gets angry. Jesus lived the perfect life. He expressed his emotions perfectly. He got angry and we’re gonna talk about that today. How do you face anger? How do you deal with anger? When we get angry a bunch of involuntary responses occur in our lives, also in our bodies, like our mouths get dry, our pupils dilate for better peripheral vision, our muscles have sudden burst of energy. We’re angry, that’s what happens to us. These responses they are just involuntary. We can’t control them when we get angry. That’s what happens in our lives. We live in the age of rage though. A bunch of anger is out there. A bunch of toxic stuff.© Copyright 2012admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: C3 Global Aid