Category Archives: anger

How do I change my mind about my anger problem

How do I change my mind about my anger problem

The New Testament word for anger describes a person who is taking a long time to think about how he will respond.  While he’s taking time, he isn’t seeking a spiritual replacement or patiently waiting for God. Instead, he is hunkering down in his hurt, judgment, and indignation. Bible commentator William Barclay refers to thisContinue Reading

The joy of overcoming a bitter spirit

The joy of overcoming a bitter spirit

A bitter person is consciously, willfully angry. He refuses to let a hurt go. He insists on making the other person pay. Whereas, the Bible instructs us to set our mind on the Spirit of God, the bitter person refuses to let go of his pain. As he dwells upon how he was wronged, heContinue Reading

Anger: helping people who are angry? Episode 20

Anger: helping people who are angry? Episode 20

Anger: steps to take when angry Episode 19

Anger: is it ever OK for me to be angry? Episode 18

Anger: is it ever OK for me to be angry? Episode 18

Anger: How do I know when I’ve crossed the line? Episode 17

Anger: How do I know when I’ve crossed the line? Episode 17

Anger: is it really that big of a deal? Episode 16

Anger: is it really that big of a deal? Episode 16

Introducing Biblical Strategies Today Podcast

Introducing Biblical Strategies Today Podcast

Starting December 26, 2016 we will launch “Biblical Strategies Today” – a daily 5 minute podcast where Phil Moser shares what the Bible has to say about subjects like anxiety, anger, procrastination, sexual temptation, self-pity and contentment. Watch the 2 minute video to learn what its all about. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IJtxawQBdI Subscribe now at the Biblical Strategies YouTubeContinue Reading

How do I overcome a bitter spirit?

How do I overcome a bitter spirit?

On the human front, the biblical strategy for overcoming bitterness is forgiveness. Forgiveness is making a commitment to release the offender from the punishment you believe they deserve for the hurt they’ve caused. Often the bitter person will insist that the offender doesn’t deserve forgiveness. This places the angry person in the judge’s seat andContinue Reading

The devastation of anger

On May 18, 1980 at 8:32 AM an earthquake shook the Cascade Mountain Range on the western seaboard of the United States, and Mount St. Helens erupted. While scientists had predicted this cataclysmic event for years, no one could have anticipated its destruction. At the point of the eruption 1,300 vertical feet of the mountain’s topContinue Reading