Wrath: The 7 Deadly Sins

Narrated by: Joseph D Weaver
Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
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The Bible talks about anger or wrath. What should we know about it? 

Regarded as one of the seven deadly sins, wrath can lead to serious consequences, such as violence, aggression, saying things we regret later, or making decisions that go contrary to what benefits us. The world is filled with anger, rage, and frustration. Every day, there is a risk to blow up. Some control it better than others. 

  • What does the Bible say about wrath?
  • Is there such a thing as “good anger?”
  • What are we to think of Jesus’ outburst at the temple? Was that wrong?
  • How do we become free from anger, or in other words, how do we control it? 
  • Are there healthy ways to express anger? 
  • What happens to our brains and bodies when we become angry? 

These and many other questions will be answered in this guide. Scriptural references, biblical stories, modern-day faces of wrath, and personal anecdotes help you understand all the details of what we should think of the emotion “anger.” The difference between passive and aggressive anger will be explained, as well as neurological connections that are made each time we lose our temper. On top of that, tips and suggestions are made to learn to let it fade, without any negative, unforeseen consequences. Become a better person now by learning more about these things!

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Anger management

This is a Christian take on wrath, anger, or rage. Controlling your temper is a concept that is being taught all over the Bible, and we would do well to look in the mirror and see if we could be less easily offended in life.

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Christian nailed it

This guy is very knowledgeable about the Bible scriptures and knows how to sort them, align them with useful topic-related quotes, and give his own insights and experiences with anger problems.

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One of the deadly sins

The seven sins from the Catholic church have been discussed in many volumes or books but not as explicitly, as far as I know, as to have an entire book devoted on each one. That's why I like this series.

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Good stuff

I have learned a lot from Christian's books about the seven sins. It's very easy to overlook your own mistakes.

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The most prevalent sins

In a way, this book series reminds me of that movie "Seven" but in its less extreme form, Christian simply addresses the issues and sins, where they come from, how to combat our weaknesses, and feel more connected to God.

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The seventh sin

This topic is often overlooked when we look at envy, lust, or pride, but it's one of those things we can all work on a little bit.

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  • 12-04-18

Wrath!!!

It's a hell, fire and brimstone book, but I actually liked it because it made me realize the parts of my temper I should still work on.