need anger management or a spiritual healing?
Spiritual Healing? Deliverance?
Restoration Prayer Ministry
How do I know if I have normal
angry responses or a spirit of anger? Can
anger management solve this problem? Do I need a
spiritual healing? Deliverance? Can I find freedom in
restoration prayer ministry at Cross Walk Life? Do I
have sinful reactions and sinful behaviors with anger or
How do I know if my anger is a
healthy signal that an adjustment needs to be made or if
it is sin? When do I need anger management
and when do I need deliverance? The Bible says, "Be ye
angry, and sin not; Let not the sun go down upon your
wrath; Neither give place to the devil. (Ephesians
4:26-27) Where is this room for the devil? Does this
spirit of anger come out in the dark of night? Anger +
? = sin ? Anger plus sinful reactions and sinful
behaviors plus time makes room for the devil.
Anger + sin + time = room for the devil.
Having a spirit of anger is not
just appropriate anger
about a current violation that can be directed with
anger management. It began with a build up of
tension from unresolved conflicts over time. Colossians
3:8 describes the growing build up from normal anger to
toxic anger when it says, "Put off all these; anger -
wrath - malice - blasphemy - filthy communication out of
your mouth." A spirit of anger is a demonic power that
has entered a person's life to influence their
relationships, change their whole disposition and to
control their reactions. Jesus died to provide not only
forgiveness but also spiritual healing and deliverance
from a spirit of anger. Which do you need?
like to privately test yourself for a spirit of anger?
still justify letting the sun go down on your anger?
people say that you were louder and more intense
than you remember?
say your anger is not appropriate but is more like
wrath? or malice?
still believe your build-up of anger can be managed?
try to dominate and control conversations with loud
relieve your built up tensions and frustrations to
"go off" on others?
quick to take offense or to take up the offense of
angry temper a generational thing that you "came by
argue just for the fun of overpowering your
seem impossible to truly forgive those who have hurt
still surprised when you overreact with anger or
your anger lead to bad habits or addictions that you
usually blame someone else for "making you angry" or
how many hours do you stay angry at them before
suppressing your anger?
not favoring, not answering prayer, not healing or
not prospering you?
people say that you jump to judgmental condemning
react rashly without checking out your conclusions
you noticed a pattern of anger over authority
presume to know the unspoken thoughts and motives of
others accuse you of believing the worst of them?
There are many ways we can
manifest our wrath (and the spirit of anger)
when we indulge in anger + sin. So lets measure to what
level of sin we actually descend, by listing them in
increasing intensity and potential harm to others. Where
does your anger finally stop? On which rung of this
anger ladder are you finally satisfied? What do others
say about your present anger management? Are you over
reacting out of guilt, grief, frustration, shame or fear
of failure? Are you demonstrating anger in constructive
ways or do you indulge in some of these ways?
Mean, proud, rejecting looks
Condescending, judgmental, sarcastic remarks
Irritating, controlling or dominating with loud
Shut down tones that say "Don't talk!" or "Don't
feel that way!"
Negative body language or walking out without a
plan to resume talking
Overpowering them with threats or separating
Monopolizing or repeatedly interrupting, to
Dredging up their past failures or those of
Yelling, attacking, cussing or verbal abuse
Public put downs, uncovering them, gossip or
Physical abuse, threats of it, or abusing
property as if it were them
Passive aggression (acting out anger on purpose
and then denying it)
Punishing behavior or fantasies, with intent to
make them sorry
Suicidal thoughts or attempts, because you hate
Homicidal thoughts or attempts
If you are
willing to accept responsibility for your unresolved
anger and to
admit that unresolved anger is sin, there is hope. Are
you willing to be accountable for your behavior? Ask
your family how they know when you are angry. Do they
say you need spiritual healing or deliverance? Ask them
how often you get angry and if your anger management is
If you are willing to hear them
tell you how badly you have hurt them and are
ready to ask for their forgiveness, there is hope. Ask
them to pray for you as you attempt to get healing for
your hurts, to get delivered of a spirit of anger and to
allow Jesus to crucify your fleshly indulgences.
when we overreact to our current irritations,
it is a result of
unhealed hurts and wounds in the past. While we are
down, so to speak, the devil comes in and tells us lies
about ourselves and we believe them. Then when other
people "tick us off," they get their share of our anger
and some from the past too. Are you willing to take a
fearless inventory of your history of anger, hurt and
you have 1. tolerated sinful thoughts and sinful
behaviors over a period of time, 2.
have denied them even when people who love
you try to make you aware of their hurt, and 3. have
even justified your right to feel and act that way --
you have a stronghold of anger or bitterness in your
life. Would you like help with
tearing down this stronghold?
Spirit of God is ready to gently reveal not only the
surface causes and evidences
but also the root
evidences and causes that allowed the spirit
of anger in. When we invite Jesus, the Spirit of Truth,
to lead our sessions, He is able to take the pain out of
every hurt, forgive every sin, remove the shame and
guilt and even to take our blame upon Himself on the
cross. He died to take our every sin upon Himself and to
set us free with His Truth. He is the Way, the Truth and
If you would like help overcoming
an anger stronghold, getting rid of the
spirit of anger, getting spiritual healing and
deliverance, please contact us.
be glad to hear from you. Carlotta at Cross Walk Life,