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Did Jesus ever get angry?

Sister Jean 2013/02/14 17:54:16
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  • **StarzAbove** 2013/02/17 23:24:12
    yes
    **StarzAbove**
  • Asim 2013/02/17 21:26:27
  • Sister ... Asim 2013/02/17 21:57:08
    Sister Jean
    +1
    I think you're RUDE
  • Asim Sister ... 2013/02/17 21:58:22
    Asim
    I don't censor my thoughts.
  • Sister ... Asim 2013/02/17 23:08:21 (edited)
    Sister Jean
    sodahead does and I red flagged you
  • Asim Sister ... 2013/02/17 23:10:18
    Asim
    I'm against all censorship, but they'll do as they please.
  • Pyro-82 2013/02/15 22:22:44
    yes
    Pyro-82
    WHen they were gambling in the curch at least was one time.
  • Pakki 2013/02/15 18:23:26
    yes
    Pakki
    +3
    he drove the money changers out of the temple
  • Cookielane 2013/02/15 15:07:03 (edited)
    yes
    Cookielane
    +1
    One time that was mentioned in the Bible - the time he threw the merchants out of the Temple. And kicked butt doing it!
    jesus throws the moneychangers out of the temple
  • pantagruella 2013/02/15 12:28:48
    yes
    pantagruella
    +1
    You can see that in Jesus Christ Superstar. This is a House of God but you have made it a den of thieves.
  • Michael Hertel 2013/02/15 10:06:55
    yes
    Michael Hertel
    +1
    At least if you trust the bible stories
  • Elbuscus 2013/02/15 06:32:44
    yes
    Elbuscus
    +1
    He threw tables. for a just cause.
  • bob 2013/02/15 05:23:07
    yes
    bob
    +1
    Mat 21:12 And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves,
  • ✞ॐGuru Joshॐ✞ 2013/02/15 02:24:01
    yes
    ✞ॐGuru Joshॐ✞
    +2
    When those people were selling things in the temple.
  • addie 2013/02/15 02:18:59
    yes
    addie
    +1
    If he was a man, I have to say yes. I do not know what the bible says.
    Turning the other cheek or forgiving does not mean not feeling anger, it is maybe rising above it.

    angry jesus
  • Mimosa 2013/02/15 00:53:39
    no
    Mimosa
    +1
    Righteous indignation when He found the money changers on the temple mount.
  • Magicwriter 2013/02/15 00:41:16
    yes
    Magicwriter
    +1
    Yes and had every right to. He went into a church or something like that and people were gambling and drinking and he picked up the table's in the room and flung them and he had every right fore that was his farther's house. :)
  • Dickens 2013/02/15 00:31:44 (edited)
    None of the above
    Dickens
    +1
    ..I'm not a biblical scholar, but possibly when he drove the money changers from the temple..
  • Death The Kid 2013/02/14 23:59:47
    yes
    Death The Kid
    +1
    Jesus expresses a pretty good amount of anger in the bible actually.
  • wtw 2013/02/14 23:51:42
    yes
    wtw
    Jesus most harsh words were toward the established religion of that day because of their perversion of faith.
  • Eddie 2013/02/14 23:19:27
    yes
    Eddie
    +1
    Yes, When he drove the money changers and tax collectors out of the temple he was in an unspeakable rage.
  • Crische 2013/02/14 23:06:45
    yes
    Crische
    You must experience before you can curb and master those emotions. All a matter of focusing and releasing pressures (angry is pent up, like an active volcano); how to fully breathe is an important skill, there is more to it than what your body does automatically. Life is like a river, you cannot plug it up, you must learn how to navigate the 3d imagination and let things spin through you and reduce your mental and physical drag, until you gain enough speed for lift off :D.
  • Jim in SC 2013/02/14 22:47:17
    yes
    Jim in SC
    +1
    The one that comes to mind is the time he kicked the moneychangers out of the temple.
  • Kitty 2013/02/14 22:47:12
    yes
    Kitty
    When He kicked over the money pots in the temple. He spent the night praying before He was crucified and He was angry that He had to do what was to be done.
  • macbeth 2013/02/14 22:40:54
    yes
    macbeth
    +1
    Aside from the kicking out of the money-changers in the Temple, there was also the end of his time on the cross:--" Abba, Father, why have you forsaken me?". He didn't seem too happy at that point.
  • cj 2013/02/14 22:25:02
    no
    cj
    I don't believe so. There are two emotions in the world.. Love and Fear. Jesus was not afraid and approached all of life and humanity with love. Within love there is no room for anger.... Anger is typically hurt, which is simply fear by another name....
  • rand 2013/02/14 21:34:27
    yes
    rand
    +1
    ...though it may have been calculated to send a message about allowing money changers to use the temple for mercenary purposes. Was He genuinely angry? We'll never know. He was wise enough to use the emotion to communicate.
  • u000 2013/02/14 21:29:05
    no
    u000
    he was conciliate
  • AG 2013/02/14 21:09:32 (edited)
    yes
    AG
    Pretty sure He is right now with this country and it's loss of morality...
  • Maleficent 2013/02/14 21:00:25
    None of the above
    Maleficent
    not sure.
  • wildcat 2013/02/14 20:38:44
    yes
    wildcat
    +2
    A couple of times, once at the money changers in the temple, and once at the disciples
  • ALofRI 2013/02/14 20:29:07
    None of the above
    ALofRI
    I would have loved to see him get angry in CT a few weeks ago. I would LOVE to see him get angry at those who are ruining "creation Earth". I would LOVE to see him angry at those who kill in "Gods name" (or Allah's, etc.). Anger?....I'd like to see some "compassion"! When I do, I'll think differently. I am waiting, and hoping, and willing....
  • Starman 2013/02/14 20:14:12
    yes
    Starman
    Rabbi Yeshua Ben Yosef, may well have been a rabbi from Galilee during the time of the late second Temple period. As a fully mortal man, he certainly would have had moments of anger.
  • Mungu 2013/02/14 20:01:00
    yes
    Mungu
    +1
    Mark 11:15-19
    15 And they came to Jerusalem. And he entered the temple and began to drive out those who sold and those who bought in the temple, and he overturned the tables of the money-changers and the seats of those who sold pigeons. 16 And he would not allow anyone to carry anything through the temple. 17 And he was teaching them and saying to them, “Is it not written, ‘My house shall be called a house of prayer for all the nations’? But you have made it a den of robbers.” 18 And the chief priests and the scribes heard it and were seeking a way to destroy him, for they feared him, because all the crowd was astonished at his teaching. 19 And when evening came they[a] went out of the city.
  • Mungu Mungu 2013/02/14 20:03:25
    Mungu
    +1
    You know what Sister Jean, now that I think about it, the above action does not prove he (Jesus) was angry. We assume he did it in anger. He could have been calm and cool about it.
  • Sister ... Mungu 2013/02/14 22:03:56
    Sister Jean
    +2
    well tipping tables over is not an act of joy
  • cj Sister ... 2013/02/14 22:27:38
    cj
    +1
    but it could have been an act merely to attract attention in a busy and chaotic place. It would be loud, and it would have shock value..... in my mind it does not necessarily demonstrate anger as the underlying emotion behind the action.... just saying
  • chuck 2013/02/14 19:27:50
    yes
    chuck
    at money lenders in church.
  • Michael 2013/02/14 19:10:47 (edited)
    no
    Michael
    I clicked Yes! I thought



    Yeah I'm sure. He is probably frowning upon the world now as other people is turning their backs away from him, and his father God.
  • Hakking 2013/02/14 19:05:27 (edited)

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