2016 · June · Life · Life Copes

What Anger Does at Sundown

When you’re holding onto anger, stop and ask yourself what the deeper feeling may be that you’re unaware of. Anger is often a surface emotion for another feeling we don’t want to acknowledge.

I found this gem of a post about anger and just had to share it with you.

Peace Hacks

We should never live in fear, especially if we believe in an all-loving, all-powerful God.  There are however a few sins in The Bible that have such gnarly consequences that we should do our best to avoid them.

For example, Jesus said, “If you get in the way of someone who’s decided to come to me, it would be better for you to have a huge rock tied around your neck and thrown into the ocean.”  That’s a good one to avoid.  Sad that so many don’t.

Here’s another that should frighten us into obedience but we typically miss it’s meaning.  Paul’s letter to the new church in Ephesus says “Don’t let the sun set on your anger.”  Some Bible translations have it as “Don’t let the sun go down while you are still angry,” which is a bit of an unfortunate paraphrase of the Greek text, implying that you have…

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