It is easy to get our knickers in a twist over current events. It is easy to get caught up in the rhetoric of whichever political party seems to better fit our predisposition.. It is easy to feel overwhelmed and wonder if things will ever stabilize or get better.
Too often we misrepresent God by being quick to anger rather than slow. Many examples of harsh comments on blog posts and angry rants by those who claim to be Christian can be found on the internet.
A recent post for bravefaith.org got a response from several angry atheists. I share the lesson I learned from this exchange in this post.
When things are not to our liking, it is easy to develop a grumbling spirit. Recently two verses warned me against this; I share them here.
I am reminded of James 1:20 which tells me that my anger does not produce the righteousness of God. What prompts the mention of this verse is that I found myself a couple of times this week regretting some comments I made on articles and blog posts. My issue is not so much what I […]