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March 7, 2017, 12:00 AM


“Whoever is slow to anger has great understanding,” Prov. 14:29

Few of us can get through a day without facing some kind of anger provoking situation. Anger, unfortunately, can be like a fire out of control, burning us and everything in its path. Anger divides people. It pushes us into hasty decisions that only cause bitterness and guilt. Yet anger in itself is not wrong. Anger can be a legitimate reaction to injustice and sin. When you feel angry, look for the cause. Are you reacting to an evil situation that you are going to set right, or are you responding selfishly to a personal insult? Pray that God will help you channel legitimate anger into effective action.

Father give us the patience and wisdom to respond appropriately to things that anger us. May we use good judgment and act in a way that would honor you. Amen

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