30 June 2021

Dear Friend

       Anger is a drawn sword of human relationships that leaves a world strewn with casualties.” – so writes Christopher Ash and Steve Midgely in their book The Heart of Anger: How the Bible Transforms Anger in Our Understanding and Experience. 

       Whether you are a victim or an aggressor, that statement about anger ought to ring strangely familiar.  Anger plays a major role in destroying precious relationships, very often manifesting in sharp words or violent acts.  It happens in the family between spouses, between parents and children, or among siblings; it happens in workplaces among colleagues and bosses; it even happens among God’s people in His church.  Unrestrained expressions of anger often result in divisions and strained relationships. 

       So, if anger is such a deadly weapon, what does the Bible teach about anger?  What is it that causes anger?  Is anger always bad and sinful?  What can God’s people do about our anger?

       To help you to understand anger, evaluate it, and respond to it with good, we have prepared a comprehensive book entitled The Heart of Anger authored by Christopher Ash and Steve Midgley.  This book brings to bear what the whole Bible says about sinful anger, reflects on biblical portraits of human anger versus God’s righteous anger, and shows how only the Gospel of Jesus Christ brings true freedom by transforming a heart of anger into a heart filled with the love of God.  So, request for your free copy of this month’s book offer The Heart of Anger by clicking on this link.

       After close to 25 years of ministry, we remain grateful to God for the trust that you and many others have placed on Grace to Asia.  Many of God’s people continue to support us in tangible ways like donations and prayers to God on our behalf; and we have no intention of misplacing that trust.  Grace to Asia’s mission is to continue to draw God’s people to the one true God by distributing good, Bible-teaching resources. 

       So thank you for standing with us in our mission.  We consider it a privilege to serve you, and to serve alongside you, as God continues to deepen the faith of His people through this ministry.  May God’s richest blessings be with you and your loved ones. 

       It continues to be a privilege to serve you, and to serve God’s people with you.  His richest blessings to you and your family.

 

  Love in the Truth,

  Peter Low Ying Kit

      Grace to Asia