A BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE ON ANGER
Taking Personal Responsibility.
‘Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamour and slander be put away from you along with all malice...’ Ephesians 4:29 – 32
From God’s perspective anger is part of our human nature. In our new life with Christ we are instructed to put away unrighteous anger from us, and to not sin in our anger.. in other words to learn how to live a life without anger. By living in the power of the Holy Spirit which he has give us in Christ, our new life will bear the characteristics of ’the fruits of the Spirit’ expressing only anger in righteousness.
TRUE SELF ESTEEM
Science, Reason, Medicine and Psychiatry agree that Spirituality or ‘having a religious or spiritual life’ is beneficial for our mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. Deep, healthy spirituality can help expedite and complete the healing processes of our body, mind and spirit.
Yes, some will point to the dark side of religion, to those who have been destructive and cruel in the name of religion, through their own false, fanatical and misguided understanding of God’s perfect and loving ways.
Many of us dislike ourselves
and are continually putting ourselves down.
We beat ourselves up for our faults or we negatively compare
ourselves and our circumstances with everyone else. As a result we can become filled
with depression or insecurity- making us over-sensitive and difficult to live
with. Sometimes we feel suicidal.
Maybe life has
dealt us a severe blow, we have lost a job, or lost a loved one unexpectantly
or maybe we are experiencing significant health problems.
It can be that we have been mistreated by people and have been
He Loved Me,
And Gave His Life For Me.
THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL.
Do you feel as if no one really cares about you, not the way you want them to?
Do you want to be loved - just for who you are?
Is it possible that you can experience true and everlasting love?
Could someone love - someone like you - even if you don't love yourself anymore.
There is only one person in the whole world who loves you with a pure, unconditional and everlasting love!
Why Peaceseekers ?
To experience stress, anxiety, or depression or even more traumatic Mental Illness is a devastating thing . It can happen to anyone.
In my late twenties I experienced a severe nervous breakdown. My life changed dramatically. Family and friends didn’t understand what had happened. They found it difficult to cope. I didn’t help things much. I didn’t know what to do , and I was too pig headed to get help. I was afraid someone would lock me up in an institution and throw away the key.