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What Are Some Anger Scriptures

I have failed again to control my anger. I so desperately want my wife back that it is driving me nuts. It is controlling my life. I ask the Lord for help each night. What scripture relates to anger?

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Please read James 1:1-27. The ending is particularly helpful (19-27). My brother is going through some tough times and his anger (while I can understand why he gets angry) isn't helping the situation. Anger (no matter how justified) makes everyone blind to the real problems. If you can read this passage and work on your anger, healing can begin. I will absolutely keep you and your needs in my prayers.
---Leah on 1/23/09


Jesus Christ gave the twelve, authority to cast out devils.

The Holy Spirit with confidence and clear direction, without tearing, without causing damage - casts out devils, demons -
"Come out and never return". Devils and demons cannot pass by the Holy Spirit's authority,and Name of Jesus Christ.

MMR Michelle
---Michelle on 3/11/08


Rage, anger, temper, outbursts, constantly agitated may not be a mental condition.

Modern churches are referring all of the angry, filled with rage to the doctor's office, who then refer them somewhere else. The angry and raging, return to the churches without change and increased anger.

Looking into the face of evil and casting out angry devils or demons. No relief from the doctor? Time for the Great Physician.

MMR Michelle
---Michelle on 3/11/08


"Be angry and sin not".

Anger isn't a sin, It's what you do with your anger.

I built a closet once when my daughter (teen years) were more than I could deal with. It felt so good taking that hammer and tearing out a wall. Then my focus was more on how to build a closet( never built anything before...it turned out great. I tell my friends Jesus helped me build it...after all...

You can't control your anger....but *Christ In You* CAN.....****Romans 6-8*** is the perfect cure.
---kathr4453 on 10/12/07


ny husband has an anger issue and is not a christian. He works and is a good provider, sometimes i think that just because he works hard it gives him license to be angry.. I dont understand this at all I can synpathize with your wife if she left I am wounded in my spirit, since u are a christian my advice to u is to find scriptures and memorize them and muse them. We have the authority in Jesus name to cast out demons that they may no more have dominion in our lives. Be blessed. teresa
---teresa_lynn_brett on 10/3/07




Anger is showing our bitterness and wrath;Some promises teach why it is better to be peaceable and humble towards all men.
Read Job 5:2 'Resentment kills a fool and Envy slays the simple'.I also read the admonishment of Psalm 37:8 'Refrain from anger and turn from wrath;Don't fret,it only leads to Evil'.
---rosem4839 on 4/17/07


Since you can't seem to resolve the problem, maybe it would be a good idea to seek Christain counseling. You could learn some anger management skills. Anger it's self is not bad, if you can control it. Forgiving others is important.
---Ulrika on 4/8/07


ANGRY
Gen. 4:6, 18:30
Psalm 2:12, 76:7, 79:5
Proverbs 22:24, 25:23, 29:22
Eccl. 7:9
Is. 47:6, 57:16,17
Jonah 4:4
Zech 1:2
Matt 5:22
Eph. 4:26
Heb. 3:10
Rev. 11:18
---barbara67 on 10/13/05


Anger
Gen 49:7
Deut 13:17
Judges 10:7
1 Ki 16:2
Psalms 30:5, 69:24, 78:38, 85:5, 90:11, 103:8,
Proverbs 15:1, 20:2
Eccl. 7:9
Is. 5:25, 12:1:
Jer. 3:12
Ezek. 7:3
Mic. 7:18
Nah. 1:6
Zech. 10: 3
Mark 3:5
Eph. 4:31
---barbara67 on 10/13/05


Matthew 5:22
---Ulrika on 10/12/05




I used to have a terrible anger problem. With therapy and a discipleship relationship, I have been able to experience victory over it. Immersing myself in the Word, and taking long walks a lot has helped me tremendously. Get into the Word and fill yourself with it. Exercise to let off a lot of the physical tension each day.
---Madison on 10/12/05


I was unable to live with my ex-husband for reasons concerning his anger and violent temper. Please seek Christian help and counseling. It really damages your family. There is real peace in my life since the break-up. I admire your willingness to admit the problem, but I don't think I could live with him ever again! It was very stressful for me and my children!
---Corliss on 10/12/05


I am getting help. I am looking for scriptures that I can read and include in my daily life. I know change will not happen over night. It will take sometime.
---david on 10/12/05


Ephesians 4:26 Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: 27 Neither give place to the devil.
James 1:19 Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow wrath: 20 For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God.
---Ulrika on 10/12/05


, i believe that humility is the key to controlling anger. my problem in this area is still noticeable, but i work on it everyday.
---steve on 10/12/05


Ephesians 4:31 Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice. 32 And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you.
Colossians 3:8 But now ye also put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, filthy communication out of your mouth.
---Ulrika on 10/12/05


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