Mar 7, 2021    Trent Casto

The great challenge of wrath is that it always feels justified, even when it’s not. Anger will want you to believe that you are in control, but really you are just hanging on for the ride. How can make sure that our anger doesn’t carry us away into destructive wrath?

Sermon Outline:
I. When You’re Angry, Make Sure You’ve Got the Right-Of-Way
II. When You’re Angry, Obey All Stop Signs
III. When You’re Angry, Exit As Soon As Possible

Sermon Discussion Questions:
1. Do you tend to be the kind of person who gets angry too fast, or the kind of person who stays angry for too long? If you’re married, this is a great question to discuss with your spouse.
2. How can you distinguish between anger that is right and good, and anger that is sinful?
3.Are you angry about something someone has done that you are not willing to overlook and also not willing to confront? How should you handle this biblically?
4. Have you embraced the forgiveness that God offers to you through a relationship with Christ? In light of that, are you now willing to extend that forgiveness to others?

This is the fourth sermon in our series, "The Seven Deadly Sins". Today, March 7th, 2021, Trent Casto delivers his sermon from 1 Samuel 25:1b-39​ entitled "Wrath".