“Empowering the abused woman to recover with God's truth"
1. Start Session with prayer - ask Holy Spirit to give you understanding and give you inner healing
2. Study each part of session highlighted – this program as well as the other ones focus on healing of the spirit, soul, & body
3. Rap Up – write down any questions you may have and send them to me before the next part is sent to you on Tuesday Mar 25, 2014
4. Homework: complete any homework for this session and return to me before for next Tuesday Mar 25, 2014
5. Close in Prayer – just pray what you feel in your heart
6. NEXT PART WILL BE POSTED ON MAR 25, 2014
AWM Anger Management Recovery Program
Lesson: Session Two Part 2A - Mar 18, 2014 – Study This Part
Discussion Goal: to explain the God given emotion, anger.
Summarize what we learned from Session One – Part 2A
Define the Four Classes of Anger – Anger, Resentment, Rage & Fury, Wrath
Explain What Makes Us Angry
Learn Proper & Improper Ways to Respond to Anger
Have a Quiz on Anger - Complete First
Review Previous Session:
-Biblical References to Anger
-Anger is the second most frequently mentioned emotion in Scripture; mentioned more than 455 times in the Old Testament with 375 of those referring to God’s anger; God get angry with us when we disobey Him.
-Anger is a God-given emotion, and is one of the most powerful and controlling of all the emotions. When anger is not properly dealt with, it is one of the most dangerous.
-God gave us anger as an emotion, but He also gave us instructions on how to handle, express, or control it. Some scriptures on Anger:
-Anger is not the problem. The problem is how we handle or express our anger. An unhealthy expression of anger is Sin.
-In the above Scriptures, it tells us how to handle and not to handle anger so we will not sin when we get angry.
-An appropriate or productive use of anger is when Jesus became angry at the money changers and the Pharisees. An inappropriate or unproductive use of anger was in the Garden of G when Peter became angry at the soldiers when they came to arrest Jesus and cut one of their ears off; he sinned by using violence when he was angry.
Dr. Dorothy E. Hooks
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