Posts Tagged ‘anger’

If we’ve been c…

If we’ve been called to represent the character of God, we need to reevaluate how we think about his anger. Sometimes we can treat God’s anger like the embarrassing uncle in our extended family. It’s as if we’re working hard to keep this attribute of God away from public exposure. Are we secretly worried about causing undue embarrassment to the family of faith? We’re tempted to act as if anger were the dark side of God’s character. – Paul Tripp

How in the world can God’s anger be one of God’s most beautiful characteristics? Check out this post by Paul Tripp.


Helping Others Change #8

Here are the notes and homework from week 8 of our Helping Others Change class.

Don’t forget to finish your homework for this Sunday morning. Also, we encourage you to use the comment section of thispost to give us feedback on the most important things you learned, or any questions that you might have.

By taking time to ask good questions and listen well, we can begin to understand how they are responding to the situaitons and relationships they face daily.”