What Does the Bible Say About Anger And Forgiveness?What makes you angry? Are they big things, like when someone betrays you? Experiences of injustice, meanness, violence, oppression, selfishness, or lying? How do you deal with your anger? Do you explode? Does everyone around you know when and why you are angry?
Dealing With Anger // Christian Sermon by Troy Black
From Anger to Intimacy: How Forgiveness Can Transform Your Marriage
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Sometimes the hardest thing for us to do after we've done something wrong is to forgive ourselves. We tend to be our own harshest critics, beating ourselves up long after others have forgiven us. Yes, repentance is important when we're in the wrong, but the Bible also reminds us that it's important to learn from our mistakes and move on. The book has much to say on the subject of self-forgiveness. Our God is a forgiving God. He is the first to forgive our sins and trespasses, and He reminds us that we must learn to forgive one another, too.