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Kalamazoo First Assembly of God
Catching Foxes Week 5: “Redemptive Anger”
People struggle with the chaos that happens around them in their everyday lives. From dealing with co-workers to everyday traffic to the circumstances that wait at home, we are surrounded with challenges. But most of the time, it really isn’t the things on the outside that get “out of hand”; it’s what’s happening internally that gets the best of us. We are emotional beings; they are a part of our divine design. God has gifted us with emotions and, while we are not our emotions, our emotions are an essential part of us. And yet sadly, many people live in the polarity of their emotions. They are either dominated by their emotions or disconnected from them. God’s design and desire for us is that we would steward our emotions; to be emotionally connected and emotionally healthy people. That we would feel free to feel our God-given emotions and to allow them to help us connect our souls to the One who created us. Join us for in April as we launch a new series at Kfirst about dealing with our emotions called “Catching Foxes.” \
Locations & Times
  • Kfirst
    5550 Oakland Dr, Portage, MI 49024, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
Lord, help me to have a longer fuse, a stronger heart, and a redemptive vision regarding my anger.

It’s hard to have uncontrollable anger if you are living intentionally reasonable.

Redeeming Anger:
1. Redemptive Thinking
2. Redemptive Venting
3. Redemptive Investigation
4. Redemptive Response
You can’t walk a positive direction constantly giving the negative your attention.

“There’s the story, then there’s the story we tell ourselves.” - Lysa TerKeurst
Anger was designed to be a visitor, not a resident.

We shouldn’t be looking for reasons to be angry but opportunities to be redemptive.



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