Dealing with Difficult Problems Lesson 6: "How to Deal with Anger"

Updated: Jul 29

Quest Men's Bible Study for July 29, 2020


SUMMARY

The Bible tells us to, “Be angry and do not sin.” So how is this possible since anger impacts each and every one of us on a regular basis? Is it sinful for a Christian to be angry in any degree? Is there something intrinsically evil about anger? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul considers these questions as he teaches us the different types of anger and how to control them.


FORMAT

  1. Prior to our class time, watch the video lecture for this lesson. The curriculum link is below.

  2. Join us online via Zoom for a large group review. The Zoom link is below.

  3. Immediately after the large group, discussion groups meet via Zoom. If you are in a group, your leader has the link you need. If you are not yet in a group, contact Scott Wylie.


LINKS

Access the curriculum HERE

Join the group online at 7:00 AM Wednesday HERE


DISCUSSION GROUP QUESTIONS FOR THIS LESSON

  1. Depression has been described as anger directed inward. How should we best deal with it?

  2. Make a list of those people toward whom you feel angry and why. What would God expect of you in dealing with those situations?

  3. Think of your most recent episode of anger. What caused your anger? Why did you react the way you did? Could you have reacted in a more godly way? How?


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