Description - Getting Anger Under Control by Neil T. Anderson
Whether horrific enough to garner national headlines, such as at Columbine, or minor enough to cause arguments with family or friends, uncontrolled anger is a thief that steals peace, joy, and trust. Now, hard on the heels of their bestselling "Freedom from Fear" (more than 43,000 copies sold), Neil Anderson and Rich Miller offer readers clear biblical principles and constructive methods to keep anger in its place by: understanding the difference between righteous and unrighteous anger; depending on Jesus for anger control; implementing key principles to maintain healthy anger and avoid destructive anger; contemplating the truths revealed by God's holy anger and wrath; realizing how anger affects the church. "Getting Anger Under Control" helps readers evaluate their own anger level, take appropriate steps to alleviate anger's destructiveness, and depend on Jesus' power and wisdom to regulate their emotions.
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(203mm x 133mm x 23mm)
Harvest House Publishers,U.S.
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Author Biography - Neil T. Anderson
Dr. Neil T. Anderson, Founder and President Emeritus of Freedom in Christ Ministries (FICM), is the bestselling author or coauthor of more than 60 books, including The Bondage Breaker(r) (more than 1.3 million sold). His books and ministry have impacted the church all over the world with offices and representatives in many countries. He travels extensively to equip the church so they can establish their people alive and free in Christ. Rich Miller, a man whose heart beats for renewal and revival in the church, is an author and speaker for Freedom in Christ Ministries, as well as serving as president. He has coauthored Battle Plan for Spiritual Warfare, Getting Anger Under Control, and Breaking the Bondage of Legalism. He lives with his wife and four children in the mountains of western North Carolina.