How To Be Good And Angry (Conference Video Streaming License)
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We experience anger every day. It seems so natural. But not all anger is wrong. As Paul David Tripp teaches, anger is also a very good quality. Our God is filled with holy anger and we must share in His character.
As God's image-bearers we have the capacity for godly anger. But sin has corrupted our hearts, so we also have the capacity for resentment and hatred. What started out as good becomes selfish and destructive. The Bible is shockingly honest about anger's cause and very encouraging about its cure.
Use these 6 video lessons and the free Discussion Guide for your next small group series, Sunday school curriculum, or ministry retreat - and learn how to deal with your anger with biblical hope.
Which Streaming License Is Best For Me?
A Streaming License allows everyone covered by the license to access the digital video lessons anytime, from any Internet-connected device! Please support Paul Tripp's not-for-profit ministry by purchasing the recommended license depending on the number of viewers or your average weekly attendance. If you have any questions, email Store@PaulTripp.com
- Personal (1 viewer) // Watch on your own
- Household (2-4 viewers) // Watch and share with your immediate family
- Group (2-9 or 10-20 viewers) // Watch and share with a group of friends or your small group
- Church (based on average weekly attendance) // Distribute digital access to everyone in your congregation
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Watch The First Session
Preview the free Discussion Guide
6 video sessions available to stream and download.
Total Run Time: 2 hour, 21 minutes.
- Being Good and Angry (21:21)
- Two Parallel Angers (24:22)
- Our Struggle With Anger (27:02)
- When Good Things Become Bad Things (30:43)
- Horizontal Problem, Vertical Solution (19:25)
- God Wants You To Be Good And Angry (18:35)
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Paul Tripp Ministries wants to help you make the most out of this resource! If you have any questions about how to best use it, email Store@PaulTripp.com