Questions related to Meekness vs. Anger
Insights About Conquering Anger
seeing anger for what it is and doing something about it
Anger destroys relationships and generates violence in the home, on the street, and in the community.
How to Conquer Discouragement
steps to victory
When you are discouraged or depressed, what should you do? Should you sit around and wait for God to act, or is there something you can do to resist the devil and reject his influence in your life?
Keys to Anger Resolution
character qualities that make a difference
Eight Attitudes for Anger Resolution
learning to live out the beatitudes
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus discussed the meaning of key points in God’s Law. He began with the topic of anger:
Take Responsibility for Moral Failure
rebuilding a marriage damaged by hidden moral failure
When you come clean with your wife by confessing moral failures, you will have a feeling of euphoria. It will seem as though hundreds of bricks have been taken off of your shoulders. You will even feel free physically, because hiding your sin affects your entire body, soul, and spirit.
Balancing Biblical Principles With Love
overcoming a judgmental spirit
How Fathers Can Protect Their Sons and Daughters
guard them from temptation
As a father, you are the spiritual leader and protector of your family. Your own obedience to God is a key factor in protecting your sons and daughters from evil.
How to Conquer Sinful Habits
seven steps to victory
Is it actually possible to conquer destructive habits? Yes, because “with God, nothing shall be impossible” (Luke 1:37). Through the provision of God’s grace, you can take positive steps of action to experience victory over sinful habits.
The following testimony was given by a man who attended a counseling course and shared insights he found when he asked the question, “Why did God let a bad thing happen?”
Trading Irritations for Maturity
embracing God’s transforming work in your life
Irritations often expose areas in which you need to mature. God wants every Christian to reflect the integrity of His Son Jesus Christ, and God can work through the people and circumstances of your life to press you toward that point of maturity. (See Romans 8:28–29.)