Bruce Banner

You know how in the incredible Hulk works right? This guy has mutant DNA that whenever he gets angry he turns into a giant green thing that is pretty much invincible. Well, I’m not a person that really analyzes that movie… or even watches it more then once, but I’ve been struck with this idea. How does he feel once he’s done being the Hulk? I”ll bet you he’s really mad at himself and he can’t face the people that were around him when it happened because he’s ashamed they’ll think less of him and not want to be around them. Deep inside, I’ll bet you he’s an insecure little girl that doesn’t want to be a monster, but can’t seem to help it. Well, Something that I haven’t told you yet is that he trains himself to control his anger and the beast that is created by his anger.

I wish I had such strength. Once again, another confession. I don’t get truly mad very often, but when I do, I get very very mad. Just like poor Bruce Banner, if something sets me off, I become a monster that no one can barely recognize as me. Not even myself. scary. and I find that I don’t like the person I become. It scares me and if I were an innocent bystander, I would run as fast as I could.

So the question is, How do I control this anger?

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One Response to Bruce Banner

  1. bekahcubed says:

    Galatians 6:16,19-20:
    “I say then: Walk in the Spirit, and you shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh….Now the works of the flesh are evident, which are…outbursts of wrath…”

    Romans 8:13:
    “For if you live according to the flesh you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live.”

    It is only by the Spirit of God that we can overcome the works of the flesh (including anger). Walk by the Spirit–and the Bible says we will not fulfill the flesh. It’s not so much about controlling our anger, but about letting our thoughts and actions be led by the Spirit–and killing the deeds of the body when the Spirit says to.

    I love you, Gracebug–and I’m praying for you!

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