Biblical Counseling on Anger Management from Hope for the Heart Has anger or rage ever clouded your judgment to the point that you acted rashly and then regretted it later? What do you do when you are inflamed with angry thoughts and feelings? Ultimately, you have the choice to act wisely or to react foolishly. You can learn to keep your anger under control with this practical advice from June Hunt.
Anger will shed light on the warning signs, or characteristics, of both acceptable and unacceptable anger. Includes:
“Cues to Find Hidden Anger” checklist, making it easy to diagnose different ways in which your body is reacts to anger
“Act or React” checklist
A definitions section with simple explanations of each word associated with anger
Learn the magnitude, misuse, and misconceptions of anger. Also included are biblical examples of anger. For example, an example of acceptable anger is when injustice ignited “righteous anger” in Jesus. Conversely, we find “unacceptable anger” in story of Saul and David, when King Saul’s jealous anger over David’s military victories burned like a fire, destroying many relationships including his relationship with God.
The last section, titled “Steps to Solution,” gives you the power to be freed from anger with various helps, steps, and a prayer.