jueves, 29 de noviembre de 2012

VALUE FOR YOUTH: anger management

VALUE FOR YOUTH: anger management
Uncontrolled rage among teenagers. It is true that adolescence is a stage of life in which all emotions are raw. But now, beyond what is considered normal during the years of puberty, it seems that some teens are dominating the attacks of anger.
At any stage of life, it's normal and human to feel anger, rage or anger. However, uncontrolled rages that lead to the point of destroying objects and physically and verbally assaulting others, are an alarm that indicates some kind of disorder. Teens who are now being targeted due to uncontrollable rages.
When anger gets out of hand may be a syndrome known as intermittent explosive disorder. This condition develops during adolescence or late childhood and can continue into adulthood causing depression and abuse of drugs and alcohol.
Rage attacks are very common and unfortunately have not been studied with the ideal frequency to clearly identify the causes. A survey of adolescents aged 10 to 17 years, as well as information provided by around 6,500 pairs of adolescents and their parents.
These data revealed that one in 12 teenagers, ie the equivalent of 8%, had starred in episodes of extreme aggression and anger out of proportion.
This research also found the relationship between uncontrolled rages among adolescents whose parents had violent tendencies and mothers suffering panic attacks. In addition, the fury and anger attacks are more common in adolescents living with several siblings.
Controlling Anger(Ephesians 4:26, 27) "26 angry and do not sin: do not let the sun go down on your wrath, 27 nor give place to the devil."
"Be angry ...". The righteous anger has its rightful place. No ... It's only allowed commandment.Proverbs 14:29, "The slow to anger has great understanding" 19:11, "The discretion of a man makes him slow to anger, and his glory to overlook an offense."
"Do not sin ..." The anger management is very difficult, often causes us to sin. Sant. 1:20, "For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God."So, "do not let the sun go down on your wrath." If you stay in the heart, can cause malice and bitterness. Only way forward is to seek immediate fix.
That on the problem (disgust, offense, etc..) Is the day of reconciliation. Very soon degenerates into hate anger, resentment and holding grudges."Neither give opportunity to the devil". The anger is used to cause a lot of damage. Altercation unresolved = opportunity to produce enmity and division.Instead, ask yourself, "What good I can do for this person who has offended me?" Love is invincible.
Having heart full of goodwill. Much better than alcohol or revenge or curse the better.The wrath of God. A. Exodus 32:9-12, when Israel made the golden calf, God wanted to "consume" (destroy).That if Israel served other gods, "the Lord's anger will burn against you". Joshua 23:16
Jesus was angry, but not for being: betrayed, denied, abandoned, spit upon, nailed, mocked ...What caused anger in Jesus? Hardness of hearts, greed, wicked tenants, the negligent servant ... sin, all injustice and evil, Heb. 1:9.Examples of anger. Gn. 49:6 Simeon and Levi, "in their anger they slew men", 1 Sam. 25:30-33, David, Esther 1:11, 12, the king "was aroused" against Vashti, his wife; Jonah - God spared Nineveh.
WHAT CAUSES THE ANGER IN U.S.? Why get angry? Are we angry angry AS JESUS ​​OR OTHERWISE?
Personal injuries ... Sometimes these are imaginary insults. Feelings hurt-two petty irritations and resentments. Being selfish, arrogant.Losing a game or an argument. Prov 25:8, "not forth hastily to litigation. Because, what else will you do at the end, when your neighbor has you embarrassed? "JEALOUSY ... A common cause of anger. There are good zeal, Jn. 2:17, 2 Cor. 11:1-3; husbands. But there carnal jealousy. Matt. 27:18, Gal. 5:20.
Another common cause: to preach the truth, and to correct the sin and error, Ac. 7:54, 58.How does uncontrolled anger on us and on others? I do not have self-control. Proverbs 16:32, "Better is slow to anger than the mighty, and he who rules his spirit than he that taketh a city."DOES THAT LEAVE THE REASON AND speak or act foolishly. Proverbs 14:17, "The man soon to anger acts foolishly ... 29 demonstrates the folly".Leaves the impression that he is weak and acts like spoiled child who always gets his way. As a child with "tantrum" (violent convulsion of anger).Prevents server is good in the church. It may be old, Titus 1:7, or deacon, preacher, teacher, etc.
PUTTING HIS SOUL IN GREAT DANGER, Mat. 5:22, "whoever calls him 'fool' (idiot) will be in danger of hell fire."So, James 1:19, "Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak and slow to anger" 4:7 "Resist the devil and he will flee from you."
WHEN IS BAD ANGER? (It's nice when we imitate Jesus, but when anger is condemnable?) When one gets angry over trivial things, insignificativas. Some search problems, want to get angry.
It's bad when you want to "LEVEL ACCOUNTS", is seeking revenge, Rom. 12:19, Matt. 5:39, "to whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn to him the other also."It's bad when evil; "not let the sun go down upon your wrath." Do not sleep with anger, Eccles. 7:9, "anger rests in the bosom of fools."
It's bad when we remove the BRAKE MOUTH, Sant. 3:3, "put bits into the mouths of horses"; 1:26, if "does not bridle his tongue ... this man's religion is vain."When you criticize or condemn us when we ignore the case. Man with baby crying. "Take it to your mom" ... "She's in the baggage car in coffin"Psalm 140:3 "They sharpen their tongues like a serpent snake poison is under their lips.
WHEN IS BAD CAUSE STRIFE. Proverbs 30:33, "for beating butter milk is removed, and pressing his nose is bleeding, and forcing (waving) anger produces strife."
CONTROLLED ANGER OFF containment. Proverbs 15:1, "A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger."Proverbs 15:18, "A wrathful man raises strife, but the slow to anger appeases strife."
OVER EVIL GENIUS many relationships, friendships, marriages, jobs, businesses, and even churches. The ill-tempered person is converted, Rom. 6:6, 12, 13.EVIL GENIUS UNLEASH YOUR ANGER. Proverbs 29:11, "A fool gives full vent to his anger (as in novels), but a wise man holds it back."
UNLEASH THE LANGUAGE WHEN ANGRYIt is like throwing stone nest.
Proverbs 14:17, "The man soon to anger ... 29 acts foolishly rushed the spirit demonstrates the folly." Kicking the car, throwing water golf clubs.Prov 27:4, "Cruel is the rage and anger flood" spills over its victims, is very destructive.Proverbs 10:12, "Hatred stirs up strife" 29:22, "the violent man abounds in transgression."
"Transgressions" shouts, curses, threats, using abusive words (hurtful), fight, slander. Many children raised in such an environment.Finally, it is bad if the devil DA, 1 Pet. 5:8. Always ready to destroy us, only lack opportunity. ANGER THE PROVIDED. Col. 3:8, "let ... anger, wrath, malice ..."
CONCLUSION. Anger is like electricity. It is very dangerous. Need "transformer", Rom. 12:2, 8:29, transformed into the image of Christ.Some do not want control his anger. They say, "That's me, and that" and justify their courage, but they are wrong.
Prov 25:28 "Like a city whose walls have been torn down, is the man whose spirit is rampant."(John 2:13-17) "13Estaba the Passover of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem, 14 And found in the temple those that sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the moneychangers. 5 And making a whip of cords, and drove all from the temple, and the sheep and the oxen, and poured out the changers' money, and overthrew the tables; 16And said unto them that sold doves, Take these things hence, and make not in my Father's house a house of merchandise. 17Then his disciples remembered that it was written, Zeal for your house consumes me. "
"45 And he entered the temple and began to drive out all them that sold and bought in it, 46 saying, It is written, My house is the house of prayer: but ye have made it a den of thieves" (Luke 19:45 , 46).
Two extremes of temper, uncontrolled spirit, quarreling, brawling or passive, tolerant, indifferent to injustice and all evil. Remember the example of Jesus!
WHAT ARE THE WAYS EXPRESS COMPASSION? How could you, by word and deed, better reveal the compassion you feel for those who suffer?Proverbs 16:32, "Better is slow to anger than the mighty, and he who rules his spirit than he that taketh a city."But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith ... Galatians 5:22. How the fruit of the spirit makes a difference in the way of experiencing life? What is most notable positive emotion as Paul? What does "put on" in this passage? What are the consequences when put into practice this passage?
The beginning of Isaiah 53 confirms that Jesus was a man of sorrows. Although it experienced moments of joy, also felt intense emotional DOLORES.
WHAT ARE SOME JESUS ​​painful emotions I experience?WHAT WAS THE CAUSE OF THE EMOTIONS I experience?(Mat.26: 37.38; Mar.3: 5; 8:12; Juan11 :32-38, Mar.11: 15,16).
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