Session 04

This session explores how the psalmist, particularly David, channels his anger into prayers for justice, asking God to intervene. While acknowledging the harshness of the language at times, it emphasizes the importance of managing anger appropriately. Psalm 4, written during Absalom’s rebellion, highlights David’s plea for justice and his struggle to find rest amidst betrayal and threats. This study addresses the nature of justified anger, offers biblical examples of righteous anger, and provides practical ways to manage and resolve anger, emphasizing that the LORD hears and responds to our cries for justice. Other psalms addressing anger include 7, 35, 55, 58, 59, 69, 79, 83, 109, and 137.
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