In Ephesians 4: 26 Apostle Paul said: “ In your anger do not sin”. Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry.
Nowadays it’s so easy to get angry. After all, most of us are dealing with a truckload of burdens; lack of help, childhood pain, financial debt, emotional distress, etc. In order to cope under these trying situations, most people cling to their anger. I want to encourage someone reading this blog to keep the faith in spite of what it looks like. Don’t allow someone or something to cause you to become incarcerated or succumb to criminal activities.
It might sound cliché, but love triumphs your situations. A warm answer quiets the raging person. I recently learned about a tragic event where a young girl murdered another woman at the train station. The full story hasn’t been released as yet but it’s safe to say that unresolved anger was the main culprit behind this senseless murder.
The bible lets us know that the enemy is the Prince of the air. He is always seeking new recruits that he can use to carry out his diabolic plan. My Bishop spoke on Sunday about changing your diet (spiritually). In other words, make a healthy choice to refrain from anger. Embrace your situation and learn to be happy in whatever state you find yourself. Declare and decree that better days are ahead.
We all want life to get better but remember we have to do something to make it happen. I am a firm believer that when you give God your, yes he will transform your life. I gave God my Yes over a decade ago and he has taken my ashes and given me beauty instead. I dare you to open your heart and let him come in!
Nobody’s life was meant to be peaches and cream every day. We all have to face our own storm, but God provides peace in the midst of the storm. He can give you joy when you are broken and he can make all things new. Trust the process and let him mend your broken heart.