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Anger control and management

You Won’t Like Me When I’m Angry

Jacob Rutledge The Incredible Hulk used to warn others about the consequences of his rage by saying, “Please don’t make me angry; you won’t like me when I’m angry.” Interestingly, the warning was always for other people: they wouldn’t like him angry. In truth, the character Bruce Banner (who plays the human part of the Hulk before he transforms) takes pleasure in the brute strength, power, and freedom his anger grants him. Is his temper dangerous? Certainly. Yet, with that…

Psalm 18: Equipped for Victory

A “defeatist mentality” is a mindset which assumes all attempts at success, change, and victory are pointless. It believes that the enemy is too strong, the righteous are too weak, and that the inevitable outcome of history will be one in which Satan gets the last say. It quickly gives in to despair and refuses to risk anything, convinced that such attempts would lead only to defeat. If we are being honest, each of us struggles with this mindset from…

A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 18: God’s Perfection Demands Praise

Why do you worship God? Is it out of a sense of obligation? Is it due to the benefits of worshipping communally such as making social connections? Maybe our reasons are more theological: we worship the Lord because he saved us from sin and death. While this final reason is sound and good, it isn’t the ONLY reason we worship God. We worship the Lord, not simply for what He has done, but for who He is. Psalm 18 speaks…

A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 18

We will never feel secure in God until we are captured by the majesty of God. Safety and assurance are only produced when we are confident that the one who promised to protect us is able to ensure it. Sadly, when we face insurmountable odds, God is the last one we turn to. Why? Is it possible that we believe the Lord’s hand is ineffective in certain areas of our life? More likely, it is the fact that we have…