Jesus made a whip, he, he, made a whip, he engaged his anger before he, he put all of his actions in gear. He spent some time to make a whip. You don’t just make a whip like that. He didn’t just say, oh, here’s a whip, I guess I’ll just use it. No, you have to find the leather and then once you find the leather what do you have do? You have to weave the leather together. So Jesus took some time and he made a whip and as he was making a whip don’t you know he was feeling the anger? Don’t you know he was asking some serious questions? Don’t you know he was processing; okay, how can I express this appropriately? So, so when you get angry, when the temperature starts to rise, when your palms get sweaty, your mouth gets dry, when your pupils get dilated and, and you have better peripheral vision make a whip! Weave together those complex emotions; make a whip. Buy some time. Make a whip. Get angry at what angers God because when you do that you can change the world. Lord I want to get angry at what makes you angry. God I want to express my anger the way you want me to express it. In the natural, we can’t do it. In the flesh, we can’t do it. But supernaturally we can. Feel your anger. Absorb your anger. Make a whip.
Ask some questions. We’ve gotta ask some questions when we’re angry. Like, what emotion was so potent, was so powerful, was so huge, that I, that I couldn’t deal with it that caused me to grab the rope and swing out over that emotion to anger. (Ed swings on rope that was placed on stage).© Copyright 2012 admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: C3 Global