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The Christian Life: Dealing with Anger and Un-forgiveness in Your Christian Life

I am a child of God, there is no denying that, but one of my biggest hurdles is anger and true forgiveness of those who have wronged me.

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My life was filled with ‘evil people’ – according to me – who have hurt me in ways I never thought possible. I don’t think of myself, as naive to the wickedness in men’s heart; because I have been a recipient of what lies within.

When I am wronged, I tend to withdraw. That means I have  nothing to do with the person and I shut myself away, for fear of lashing out and doing or saying something I would regret. Here is where my anger lives. I have had a bad temper since childhood, and it has been my thorn. So, and to speak honestly – in order not to end up in some prison somewhere – I withdraw within myself.

But anger, doesn’t go away so easy, especially when it is unresolved. Fury is like a wildfire and it destroys everything in its path.

Dear friends, never take revenge. Leave that to the righteous anger of God. For the Scriptures say, “I will take revenge; I will pay them back,” says the lord . -Romans 13:19

Anger is a forceful emotion.

It is hard to tame. For many of us, we have a slow boil and a devastating eruption. For me, this is true.

I am tired of being angry, of being angered and for getting angry. I am tired of having experiences that cause me to deliberate very bad things. This morning was one such instance, where I could not even have peace in my own home but I took a long walk and as I was still being agitated. I lashed out like a fiend from hell.

People respond to the violent demonstration rather than the quiet appeal. It is repulsive.

I prefer to remain calm, but in that calm is usually a deadly storm, which wreaks havoc on my health. I try to be Christian like but there is a pull towards doing psychotic acts.

I don’t like to be angry or agitated or annoyed.

My focus this week, was to read scriptures about anger and about trust; however, situations materialized to provoke the former. No scriptures materialized in my head, but I knew I needed to not do physical arm.

I will continue reading so that if it is not memorized, it would at least saturate my consciousness and my spirit.

  • Ephesians 4:26-27 NLT And “don’t sin by letting anger control you.” Don’t let the sun go down while you are still angry, for anger gives a foothold to the devil
  • James 1:19-20 NLT Understand this, my dear brothers and sisters: You must all be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to get angry. Human anger does not produce the righteousness God desires.
  • Proverbs 29:11 NLT Fools vent their anger, but the wise quietly hold it back.
  • Proverbs 20:3 NLT Avoiding a fight is a mark of honor; only fools insist on quarreling.
  • Proverbs 14:30 NLT A peaceful heart leads to a healthy body; jealousy is like cancer in the bones.

So, I am trying to resolve situations in a decisive and quick manner. I am choosing extreme reactions to maintain my sanity and freedom. Hopefully this works.

***(testimony from 2015)


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