Anger of the Heart
Anger of the Heart
Matthew 5:21-26
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Sunday Morning Service,  August 30, 2015
 

Matthew 5-7 records Jesus’ most famous sermon, “The Sermon on the Mount.” In this sermon, Jesus addresses a number of topics that are just as relevant today as they were in the first century. One of the topics He preaches about deals with the sin of anger. Anger is far more pervasive in our lives than we realize; we often excuse our quick-tempered frustrations, angry responses and bitter hearts. Jesus’ teaching reveals to us that anger cannot be excused. In Matthew 5:21-26 Jesus teaches three things concerning the sin of anger.

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