This person cannot bear the popularity of others, cannot stand the success of others, becomes angry if someone seems to have more influence, is quick to criticize the ideas and work of others, will humiliate and degrade others with no thought as to the hurt that may be caused. Is there an antidote to the kind of wisdom that wrecks. Yes! Yes! Yes!
Peter tells us that we have everything necessary to fly, but flying will never take place without first breaking out of the egg. The bad news is that some Christians are stagnated in the embryonic stages of spirituality, but the good news is that God has made a way for us to soar through the heavens. Get ready to take flight!
Have you ever found yourself in the torture chamber of anger and bitterness? Maybe, you’re there right now — stretched out on an emotional rack of torture, and it seems as if, at any moment, your life will rip at the seams. How do you come out of that torture chamber? What you hear in this message is the absolute starting place. Get ready. Set. Go!
Has anyone’s success challenged you to the point of anger? Have you ever felt that someone owes you something? Have you ever been weighed down because the circumstances of life have been unfair? If the answer to these questions is “yes,” you may be struggling with anger and resentment, a condition that the writer of Hebrews refers to as “the root of bitterness which springs up and causes trouble.” If you want to be free from the ball and chain of emotional rancor, this message is for you.