Warning: DOMDocument::load(http://api.preachingcentral.com/bible.php?passage=&version=kjv) [domdocument.load]: failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden in /home6/familyti/public_html/classes/ccIncludes/webService-preachingCentral.php on line 39

Warning: DOMDocument::load() [domdocument.load]: I/O warning : failed to load external entity "http://api.preachingcentral.com/bible.php?passage=&version=kjv" in /home6/familyti/public_html/classes/ccIncludes/webService-preachingCentral.php on line 39
Sermon illustrations » Anger
Search:
Commentaries Illustrations Blog

Anger

Anger is Compared to a Shotgun Going Off (illustration)

A lady once came to Billy Sunday and tried to rationalize her angry outbursts. “There’s nothing wrong with losing my temper,” she said. “I blow up, and then it’s all over.” “So does a shotgun,” Sunday replied, “and look at the damage it leaves b …

Angry Plane Passenger Who Missed His Stop (illustration)

As a passenger boarded the Los Angeles-to-New York plane, he told the flight attendant to wake him and make sure he got off in Dallas. The passenger awoke just as the plane was landing in New York. Furious, he called the flight attendant and demanded an explanation. The fellow mu …

Anger is a God given emotion. (illustration)

“Anger is a God given emotion. Closely allied to our instinct for right, it is designed to be used for constructive spiritual purposes. The person who cannot feel anger at evil is a person who lacks enthusiasm for good. If you cannot hate wrong, I would say that it’s very qu …

Anger is a God given emotion. (illustration)

Anger is a God given emotion. Closely allied to our instinct for right, it is designed to be used for constructive spiritual purposes. The person who cannot feel anger at evil is a person who lacks enthusiasm for good. If you cannot hate wrong, I would say that it’s very question …

Lincoln - Burn the letter (illustration)

Abraham Lincoln’s Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton, once complained to the President about a fellow army officer. Lincoln advised him to write the man a letter expressing his anger. Stanton did so, and showed it to Lincoln. After approving the letter, the President asked Stanton w …

Angry Plane Passanger Who Missed His Stop (illustration)

As a passenger boarded the Los Angeles-to-New York plane, he told the flight attendant to wake him and make sure he got off in Dallas. The passenger awoke just as the plane was landing in New York. Furious, he called the flight attendant and demanded an explanation. The fellow m …

Hear Your Father and Mother (illustration)

The story is told of a third-grade Sunday School class whose teacher had built her lesson around the fifth commandment: Honor your father and your mother. As she developed her lesson, she asked, “We’ve been talking about our mommies and daddies, but does anyone know a …

The Dog That Was Always Trying to Chase a Mule (illustration)

Have you heard about the dog named “August” who was always trying to chase a mule named “Conclusion?” One day he jumped at Conclusion and bit him, and Conclusion kicked back at August. And that was the last day of August. Think about that for a moment. ( …

Lincoln Tells His Secretary of War How to Handle Anger (illustration)

Abraham Lincoln’s secretary of war, Edwin Stanton, was angered by an army officer who accused him of favoritism. Stanton complained to Lincoln, who suggested that Stanton write the officer a sharp letter. Stanton did, and showed the strongly worded missive to the president …

subscribe to family-times.net

© Family Times | About Us  |  Donate  |  Contact Us

Search for sermons by: Commentaries | Scripture search | Topics