How did this make an impact?

  1. Thanks Pastor!

  2. Bishop, Dr. G. J. Eberts July 20, 2019 at 12:15 pm

    AMEN!

  3. Jacques Ryan Ervin July 20, 2019 at 9:13 am

    Confirmation of the Spirit speaking. Good Word Pastor.

  4. VERY possible!

  5. Cool article. Real. I like this guy who wrote it. Don’t know him, but I like him.

  6. cecilia Makwakwa July 18, 2019 at 2:21 am

    Very true Pastor, and I am afraid that by the time Jesus arrives for the second time, we leaders of this Religion would have once again made the system so stupid, complicated, and exclusive that those on the outside never felt like they had a chance. It is very unfortunate that this last coming is judgement time. We need to be more careful when handling issues both emotionally, spiritually, and physically.
    Thank you pastor Rick, this is another eye opener for my church.

  7. This is very fruitful stuff! Challenging and convicting but fruitful!

  8. I agree, I sometimes get angry. There are so many Ministers preaching about all of the injustices in the world against people, when the only injustice really is the one people are doing against GOD.

  9. I’m interested in what your saying here for What made Jesus mad part 1 and I’m looking forward in reading part 2.

  10. I do believe that we are doing this very same thing today, of shutting the door in the faces of unbelieve with our holier than thou attitude. We continue to be judgemental and hypocritical towards each other as well well selfish to others needs. I pray we will learn too love as Jesus does. Hopefully writings like this will help to open our eyes to this more.

  11. Connie Spurling July 17, 2019 at 7:57 am

    Awesome, What a awesome way to explain anger, we are strive to be more like Jesus, but every time you read your Bible another process is quickly quickened in your mind…today as I open my phone I discovered this..about Jesus ..what made him angry…You see I got angry last night and I won’t go into details….now I wake up and see this ..”what made Jesus angry “…Thank you Sir for putting this out in the open where people can plainly understand.part of my disability is to comprehend , understand,and keeping it in my memory, nervous breakdown when son was killed…..Thank you Lord. for showing me daily my mistakes..and how to correct them..You are truly Awesome…Amen…

    • Often times, people label emotions like anger as “bad” and emotions like joy as “good”.

      We notice in the Bible that there is such a thing as “righteous anger” and it’s appropriate and actually”good” for Christians to feel indignation and anger over inustice and evil in this world.