ANGER (4 OF 4)

by Benny Perez

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Anger (4 of 4)
Series: Toxic Emotions
Benny Perez
Ephesians 4:29-32, James 1:19-20

We must understand that emotions are not the problem but Toxic Emotions are the problem In fact God created us with the ability to experience all types of emotions. We are a triune being: Body, Soul and Spirit.
We have a physical body and a soul: mind, will and emotions and our Spirit man.

The challenge is not to be ruled by emotions but for us to rule our emotions. According to the dictionary emotions are ''a complex, usually strong subjective response…involving
physiological changes as a preparation for action.''

The problem is that many people allow their emotions to become toxic. They allow their emotions to remain unchecked and unchallenged and toxicity begins to develop. They have too much of something in their system which leads them to becoming toxic.

America is at a cross roads when it come to Toxic Emotions. People are being overloaded and don't know how to relate, release, regroup and reload after each day. Too many people even in this church are on the verge of becoming toxic.

Have you noticed that people are more angry than ever before?

Why Do People Get Angry?

1) It arises out of fear, frustration and hurt or a combination of these three.

2) People are self centered and self absorbed.

3) We grow angry because we get overbooked and overstressed.

4) Life throws things at us that cause us to react in anger.

5) We get overlooked and feel like we are not appreciated.

6) Caused because of internal or external events.

Definition Of Anger

* A strong feeling of displeasure of hostility

One of the most common terms used today among psychiatrists is LFT. (Low Frustration Tolerance)
We have allowed circumstances, situations, schedules, and people to crowd out our ability to tolerate frustration.

We become people who live on the edge, on the brink of eruption.
*Bottom Line: We get angry too easily and I want to show you ho ...

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