Sermon: “Be Angry, but Do Not Sin”
Theme: Wrath is when we allow our anger to run our lives, define our relationships, and destroy our ability to grow in love and fellowship.
Purpose: The congregation will become sensitive to the destructive power of wrath and practice the discipline of releasing hostility through patience.
Scriptures: Ephesians 4:26-5:2 Do not let the sun go down on your wrath. Be angry but do not sin.
Matthew 5:21-26 Do not be angry with your brother or sister or be prepared to pay the judgment.
Is there a difference between wrath and anger? What happens when we are hostile and angry for a long period of time? What affect does our anger have on our relationship with God? What affect does our hostility have on the people who are near us? Can we actually control our anger? What do we have to do in order to be people who have a healthy relationship with our anger?
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