Anger: Calming Your Heart (31-Day Devotionals for Life)
Jones, Robert D.
Anger is arguably the most common problematic emotion we feel. It permeates our lives and hurts our most intimate relationships. Fortunately, Scripture has much to teach us about this universal problem. In this month-long devotional, counselor Robert Jones teaches you where your anger comes from, how to take it to God and deal with the underlying desires that cause it, and how to respond in Christlike ways to the situations that provoke it in you. Daily reflection questions and practical action steps show you specific godly behaviors that can replace your anger.
In the 31-Day Devotionals for Life series, biblical counselors and Bible teachers guide you through Scripture passages that speak to specific situations or struggles, helping you to apply God's Word to your life in practical ways day after day.
“Every Christian needs to read this book and heed its counsel. . . . [It] is rich in both gospel and Scripture.”See All
R. Albert Mohler Jr
President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
“This devotional gets right to the point. It [opens] Scripture passages that you might already know . . . so that you see more and are drawn right in.”See All
Counselor and Faculty Member, Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation; Author, When People Are Big and God Is Small
“Move from discouragement to rejoicing as you see anger’s grip begin to slip and your joy begin to increase.”See All
Ministry Resource Director, Faith Church, Lafayette, Indiana; Author, Picture Perfect
“Intensely practical and deeply biblical. . . . A book that will encourage every Christian, whether or not their particular struggle is with anger.”See All
Senior Pastor, Third Avenue Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky; Author, What is the Gospel? and Who is Jesus?
Robert D. Jones (MDiv, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary; DTheol, University of South Africa) is associate professor of biblical counseling at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville and has served in pastoral ministry for over thirty years.