When Good Men Get Angry : The Spiritual Art of Managing Anger
Author: Bill Perkins
Even good men get angry. (Jesus did.) It’s good to get angry sometimes—in fact, we know from the life of Jesus that anger is the right response in certain situations. But think about it . . . how did Jesus handle his anger? Did he shout personal insults at those who angered him? Freeze them out with the silent treatment? Cut them down to size with sarcasm? Drive like a maniac? As a believer, you are a new man in Christ. Yet sometimes the pressure builds up, and you find yourself behaving in ways that don’t reflect the God-driven life you want to lead. When that happens, it’s time to figure out how to control your anger as Jesus did—before it begins to control you. Based on years of counseling and working with men, popular author and speaker Bill Perkins addresses the six issues that are crucial to understanding, processing, and expressing your anger. Written for men who have questions about anger and those who love and live with them, When Good Men Get Angry is a straight-talk guide on how to harness your anger and use it for God’s purposes.Review: “Bill Perkins is a master storyteller. This is one of the most entertaining books for men I’ve ever read. I’d recommend it to any man who’s dealing with anger.”
Publisher: Oasis Audio
Publication Date: 20090924
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