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What to do with anger

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In Ephesians 4:26-27, St. Paul counsels, “Be angry and yet don’t sin. Don’t let the sun go down while y’all are angry, and don’t provide a place for the devil.”This means that anger is not inherently sinful since it is a natural response to injustice. The Bible often speaks of God being angry, and Jesus Himself shows anger. See Mark 3:5.So, Paul says, “Be angry and yet don’t sin.” When you have been sinned against, be angry about it, acknowledge that it is a real offense that has been committed against you. Don’t blame yourself for someone else’s sin. Don’t pretend like nothing ...

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