Anger can be revealed through a short temper, a raised voice, contentious arguing, punishing with silence, pounding fists, slamming doors, using profanity, glaring at others, a scowling look, contempt or scorn, sullen quietness, or sarcastic comments.
A "New" Approach to Life!
Distinguishing the wisdom of Scripture from intellectual knowledge, natural inclinations or...
The urgency of resolving anger
How to evaluate anger
The need to test every spirit
Discerning a spirit of anger
What is a spirit of...
The Pineapple Story is a best-loved classic. How was it possible that a pineapple garden and a village full of thieves were used of God to...
Being poor in Spirit
Mourning over sin
Meekness of heart
Longing for righteousness
Purity of heart
Jim Bob & Michelle Duggar
The Duggars' story in forty-seven minutes: how the Lord turned their hearts to have children, how they made it through when the first few...
A case study on anger
A personal evaluation of anger
Factors producing anger
Steps to resolve anger
The Principle of Ownership
Learning how to transform irritations
Using sources of irritation for character development
Gil & Kelly Bates
Self-government is the measure of a man. Irritations and mistakes are sure to arise in every home but whether they are allowed to threaten...
The Principle of Success
Discovering the basis of success
Identifying basic areas of need
Memorizing specific passages of the Bible...
How to Share a New Approach to Life
Becoming a channel of God's genuine love
Implementing principles of child discipline