Christian Anger Management part 2

Christian Anger Management part 2

December 1 to 7 is National Anger Awareness Week and we are therefore posting Christian Anger Management part 2 which is an excerpt from the book Christian Anger Management.

Refuse To Get Angry Quickly 

When people issue inflaming statements or do annoying things to you, Be slow to anger (James 1:19) and do not let them provoke you until you loose your temper.

If you feel the fire of ire rising within you, begin counting to forty silently while taking deep breaths between each number so that you can cool the burning embers within you before they burst into uncontrollable flames.

If you can, walk away from the people and situation.

However, if you are physically stuck with them like Moses was stuck with the Israelites in the wilderness for forty years, take slow, deep breaths as you leave them mentally by meditating on anger management Bible verses like the following:

The discretion of a person makes them slow to anger and their glory is to overlook a transgression. (Proverbs 19:11)

Man’s anger does not bring about the righteousness that God desires. (James 1:20)

Be hasty in your spirit not to get angry. (Ecclesiastes 7:9)

Be slow to anger. (James 1:19) 

To learn all the steps read Christian Anger Management.

Christian Anger Management 2nd edition

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Christian Anger Management 2nd Edition uses examples from the Bible to teach you:

* How to manage your anger effectively

* How to manage other people’s anger competently

This Christian self help book also teaches you the anger management Bible verses you can meditate on to cool anger.  

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