As sacred text for most Christians, the Holy Bible provides guidance for living as a disciple of Jesus Christ. This site has been developed to provide Christians with resources that may provide hope in approaching and expressing anger without sin.
In this perspective "anger alignment" refers to life transition within the Christian context of salvation. Of course, non-Christians are also invited to explore this content as it may be helpful to mental health.
This content has been presented to compliment other anger resources on this website. Please feel free to provide feedback to the website editor to help make this content relevant to different Christian views.
Several Bible versions have been noted here. Please follow up with your own reading of these verses using the Bible version of your choice. Self-study is very important and the author of this site does not want to presume upon your own faith journey.
the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it
be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be
thrown out and trampled underfoot.
This site is meant to be encouraging for you to explore your own beliefs and not to force one perspective onto everyone. You will find some anger associated verses from the Bible have been noted from the Old (pre-Jesus' birth) and New (Jesus' birth onward) Testaments for you to use for reflection and transformative change. These are not exhaustive and should be read within the larger context of that Bible book or chapter.
For each verse please take a moment to read the selected passage and consider how that learning may (or may not) align with your own Christian (or non-Christian) beliefs. Please note that (with the exception of Bible quotations) the insertion of the - in lieu of "o" is meant to convey respect for readers who will not be comfortable with that word denoting the Divine.
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