Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on the cause of your anger. Eph 4:26 Net
Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: Eph 4:26 Kjb
Are there things that make you angry? For me personally, there are many situations that cause me to be mad or angry. For example, being Canadian, I’m very angry with the way the President of the United States is behaving towards Canada and his uncontrolled tongue. In my opinion he is pompous and dictatorial. My anger is hopefully a controlled anger and I have prayed for and will continue to pray for President Trump.
His Presidential style may be working for the employment of the American people but at what expense to the rest of the world.
I have traveled to the US on many occasions and have always been treated with the utmost respect. During 911 I had the privilege to bring, some of those who were stranded, into our home for a shower and to show them some of our local sight and interests.
It makes you wonder if he is envious of how Canada is viewed by the majority of people in the world.
Yes, this makes me angry and sad, however; I will not lose sleep over it and as mentioned I will continue to pray that God’s will be done in this situation.
I get angry at the following.
When I hear of children being molested or being mistreated.
When I see able bodied people on welfare and robbing the system
When I hear of women being raped, murdered and beaten.
When I see the neglect at some nursing homes
I get angry at cancer, alzheimers, dementia and other life threatening and mind related illnesses.
I get angry at genocide and other atrocities done in the name of religion.
I get angry who hid behind Facebook and other media.
I get angry at my local open line shows where you are unable to mention anything concerning Christianity. I suppose they have their reasons.
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I get angry with me when I make bad decisions or say something that may be misunderstood or deliberately to hurt those who are close to me.
Before I became a Born Again Christian I would get angry. This anger would be at my wife. I noticed that it usually happened when I was tired or stressed. Anger was toxic and it hurt me and others so I knew that I had to deal with it. I laid it on the altar and asked God to take it away or to help me to deal with my anger outbursts. It was not taken away, however; it is under control and when it starts to raise it’s ugly head, I stop to pray about the cause.
Have to run to bring the grand-children to school.