LISTEN NOW! John, Steve and Pat encourage us to let anger go and refuse to stir it up. They share from Proverbs 30:3 For as churning the milk produces butter, and as twisting the nose produces blood, so stirring up anger produces strife. They continue to share the process that takes place for butter to be produced. Butter was made many years ago by putting milk in a barrel and churning it with a plunger. The more the milk was churned the more clumpy it got until it turned into a solid state called butter. They discuss the same is true when it comes to anger. The more anger is “churned” in our
thoughts and words the likelihood strife will be produced. Many homes, families, businesses, and even churches are filled with strife because of the churning of anger. Anger must be dealt with at the cross and given to the Lord. Instead of churning anger they encourage us to churn love so that an environment of love and peace can be produced.