Proverbs 14:17, 15:18, 19:11, 19, 22:24-25, 29:11, Ephesians 4:26-27, Matthew 11:28

Message Recap 
Main idea: Anger must be tamed 

1) Behave badly
2) Stir the pot
3) Record wrongs
4) Only learn the hard way
5) Are contagious
6) Have no brakes

How do I know my anger is sinful? 
1) When I imagine an offence
2) When I exaggerate an offence
3) When I harbour resentment
4) When it causes self-righteousness
5) When I contemplate revenge

What can I do? 
1) Admit my anger
2) Slow down
3) Get to the root
4) Consider options
5) Take action

Questions for discussion

  • How would the people closest to you describe your anger level (from ice cube to volcano)
  • When might anger be good?
  • How do you think taming your anger could make you wiser?


  • Which step of taming anger do you find the most difficult? Why?
  • What have you found to be the greatest help in taming your anger?