Lexington, Kentucky

'anger' Tagged Sermons

Compassion speaks honestly

Christian compassion is committed not only to people, but also to truth. Therefore, compassion speaks honestly, even if speaking the truth involves anger. Jesus models this when he confronts Simon’s self-righteousness, ingraditude and judgmental thinking/heart in Luke 7:36-50  He models it when he tell’s the Pharisees, to their faces, their legalism makes them like unwashed, dirty […]

Anger Management

As you know, long ago God instructed Moses to tell His people, “Do not murder; those who murder will be judged and punished.” But here is the even harder truth: anyone who is angry with his brother will be judged for his anger. Anyone who taunts his friend, speaks contemptuously toward him, or calls him “Loser” or “Fool” or “Scum,” will have […]