Is a Christian allowed to show Anger?
Tom and I answer many comments, and it takes time to think about what the person is saying, and then answer the person with a biblical answer. I realised this morning that I should turn a lot more of my comments into little articles because some of my comments are on topics I’ve been wanting to write about for a long time; for instance what is Righteous Anger?
The following comment was made yesterday by a lady by the name of Mary on a Kim Clement article we wrote years ago;
“Your anger comes through loud and clear and I find that very sad.”Mary
Kim Clement Admits he is a False Prophet – 2018/09/15 at 3:25 am
Just to let you know what the bible says regarding the type of anger we express:
It’s called Righteous Anger!
Never heard of it? Let me explain to you:
Eph 4:26-27 (KJV)
26 Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: 27 Neither give place to the devil.
- Righteous anger is a reaction against actual sin. It arises from an accurate discernment of what is actually evil.
- Righteous anger is motivated by Christ-like biblical concerns because we see how someone (Kim Clement in this case) has offended Jesus Christ and the Body of Christ as a whole with doctrine of demons.
- Righteous anger is expressed when you as a Christian are more concerned with the sin against Jesus Christ than the offense against yourself.
- Righteous anger is accompanied by other Godly qualities and expresses itself in Christ-like ways. The greatest love of all is preaching the gospel truth that people may be snatched out of the fire because of the false doctrines they are following.
Ps 7:10-11 (KJV)
10 My defence is of God, which saveth the upright in heart. 11 God judgeth the righteous, and God is angry with the wicked every day.
We at Discerning the World not angry at anyone, nor do we harbour anger towards anyone; we are however righteously angry at the sin people like Kim Clement committed (when he was still alive) as he led millions and still is leading millions of people to hell with his false doctrine.
When we express our God given right as a Christian to be righteously angry at sin, then it is in fact biblical. This anger is very different to the worldly anger that people express on a daily basis.
For one not to be angry at sin? I would put a question mark over their heads regarding their salvation.
In the world we live in today, we are being pressurized as ‘Christians’ by the ‘Church’ to behave like Mother Theresa. Don’t ever get angry they tell you, don’t tell someone they are lying when they really are lying, don’t hurt anyone’s feelings ever over anything especially when it comes to the Gospel that Jesus Christ preached – just keep it to yourself. Bless everyone you come across, behave as if you are an absolute saint that never sins, try emulate an ‘angel of light’ as best as you can.
But when you are alone and in secret, you can throw off that ‘cloak of sainthood’ you have so valiantly draped over your shoulders for the whole day and behave any which way you want, because…
When in Rome, do as the Romans doSpeake, Jennifer, ed. (2015). Oxford Dictionary of Proverbs (6th ed.). OUP Oxford. p. 269
And this is all about Roman Catholic brainwashing – as they strive to set up their New World Religion of tolerance towards all things pagan, and anyone who is not tolerant promotes hate speech.
The purpose of the New World Region (also known as the ‘Christian’ church we have today) is to try silently kill off or make it very difficult for those who would dare speak up against FALSE DOCTRINE. These people full of the love of Rome, come in by the droves quoting verse after verse about ‘love’, ‘patience’, and ‘loving everyone’, all out of context, in a bid to make you look like the real bad guy, when you are in fact the good guy exposing the real bad guy.
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 4 Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, 5 Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; 6 Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; 7 Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things.
The Church today is the Whore who rides the Beast
Babylon was built around the ruins of the Tower of Babel, which, we noted in June, represented the false religion of human effort in opposition to salvation by grace through faith in Christ. It was the satanically inspired attempt to establish man as his own God. Babel’s antichrist paganism remained as the unifying factor linking the four successive world empires. And so it must be revived with the Roman Empire.
Like Nimrod at Babel, the Caesars presided over the pagan priesthood and were worshiped as God. All who refused to bow down before the emperor’s image in recognition of his deity were slain–a practice which will be reestablished under Antichrist (Rev:13:8,14-15). Most astonishing of all, “Christianity” must merge with Babel’s antichrist paganism to form the new world religion! That insight was a major reason for John’s amazement. [Emphasis added]
That a gorgeously clad woman was holding the reins astride such a terrifying, world-devouring beast was incredible. The woman’s identity, however, staggered John far more. Beneath the erotic attire, flashy jewelry and impudent gaze there was a haunting familiarity. It couldn’t be! How had Christ’s chaste bride become this brazen whore? What alchemy had transformed that small, despised flock of humble followers of the Lamb into this notorious prostitute toasting Satan with the blood of the martyrs in a golden cup! How could the church, hated and persecuted by the world, as Christ had said she would be–how could she have become this Machiavellian despot that reigned over the kings of the earth? [Emphasis added]
History authenticates John’s vision. The blood of the martyrs was the seed of a heavenly minded church without earthly ambition, a church whose members, increased to about 10 percent of the Roman Empire, were oppressed by the world and periodically slaughtered. Then, in AD 313, freedom from persecution came unexpectedly and suddenly under Constantine. Unfortunately, what seemed like a gift from God was a trap laid by Satan. It set the stage for an apostasy that would last more than a millennium–and is now gathering renewed momentum. [Emphasis added]
When he gave Christianity official status alongside paganism, Constantine, as emperor and “Pontifex Maximus” over the pagan priesthood known as the Pontifical College, became the de facto head of the Christian Church. As such he invented and took the title “Vicar of Christ.” Coming from the Latin vicarius , vicar means “in the place of.” Its Greek equivalent is anti . Thus the popes’ title, “Vicar of Christ,” literally means “Antichrist” – the one who pretends to be Christ. [Emphasis added]Mystery, Babylon Part I | thebereancall.org
Mystery Babylon Part II | thebereancall.org
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