Anger – Good and Bad

Anger is something we all deal with. Some of us get loud about our anger. Others keep their anger inside.

We get angry over little things like sleeves that catch on doorknobs, empty ice cream cartons in the freezer, and cars that cut us off on the freeway.

We get angry over big things like injustice, abuse, and dishonesty.

We get angry with the angry people in our lives and angry with people who keep doing the same foolish things over and over.

We face angry foot-stomping toddlers and angry, sullen teenagers.

Let’s look at what the Bible says about anger.

  • Is it always bad?
  • What can we learn from God’s example? He gets angry, so there must be a type of anger that is good.
  • What can we learn from the words and actions of Jesus?
  • What are the root causes of anger?
  • How do we deal with an angry person?

In this topical study, we’ll be looking at verses from the Psalms and from the book of Proverbs. We’ll study the words of Jesus and of Paul. We’ll take an honest look at our own hearts, and we’ll look for ways to help our children bring their anger under control.

Lessons by Email (members only)

Bonus Resources (members only)

Course Information

Estimated Time: 31 days

Difficulty: Level 3


Course Instructor

Pam Forster Pam Forster Author

Members Access

3 months of access

Free to members of Mama’s Refill. You may need to log into your account and then hit the “Join this Study” button to get access to daily lessons.

What Others Have Said

5 thoughts on “Anger – Good and Bad”

  1. Shay Reed says:

    How do I sign up for the anger study? I’m already a mama’s refill member. I don’t see where to click to sign up…
    Thank you, Shay Reed

    1. Kim Pressnell says:

      There’s usually a orange box right under Pam’s picture where it says Author, that has “Join this study” in it, but it’s missing. Hopefully it’ll be corrected soon.

  2. Michelle Thorson says:

    Thank you Pam! I am very grateful for you! The hours you must spend putting these studies together!! I have learned and grown so much! Yes, many times it can be more than 15 minutes. Time well spent!

  3. Miranda Ching says:

    When does the Anger study begin? I paid for a subscription with my credit card, but the study outline isn’t “unlocked” for viewing. I’m looking forward to this. Thank you very much!

    1. Pug says:

      I need to refresh the page afterward. I hope you were able to get it figured out.

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