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Frankly speaking it may well be freedom from the spirit of anger that will bring about in the church freedom from the spirit of division, and at home freedom from the spirit of rebellion. More than being free from angry actions and attitudes, we as men can be free from the very spirit of anger. Imagine what that would mean to our families. With an incredible amount of background study, personal involvement with parents facing the issue, and a heart to see the restoration of American homes, S. M. Davis uncovers Biblical solutions to several of the major arguments surrounding this hot topic. These include the discernment of the subtle spirit behind more visible physical outbursts of anger, a fresh look at the verse “Be ye angry, and sin not” (Ephesians 4:26), and answers for the often-asked question “Didn’t Jesus get angry?” It is our prayer that God might use Freedom from the Spirit of Anger to be a turning point for every father desiring to replace the spirit of anger with the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness and temperance.