We experience anger every day. It seems so natural.
But not all anger is wrong. As Paul 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.
Don’t try to manage your anger by putting a lid on it. Deal with the root problems get biblical hope as you face it.