Angry People (Living Lessons From God’s Word): . . . and What We Can Learn from Them
What do Moses, King David, the prophet Jonah, and Jesus Christ have in common? According to Scripture, they all experienced anger. Some experienced righteous anger; for others, their anger was sinful.
In this book, Warren Wiersbe uncovers some surprising insights about anger, an emotion everyone deals with regularly. Using Scripture as his springboard, he examines anger in all its forms, showing how it worked for good or bad in the lives of some of the Bible's most notorious--and righteous--people. As they learn about Elisha, Uzziah, and others who felt the fire of anger, readers will gain a new understanding of how to control this force and use it the way God intended.
Angry People was previously published in 1987 as Angry People: Understanding and Overcoming Anger.
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