David Kupelian, writer of the book The Snapping of the American Mind, explains how anger removes a person from the control of God and leads a person to do the unimaginable. James Gardner, a Christian and speaker at the Freed-Hardeman University lectureship in 2018, said that when he looks back at the times he got angry, it never did any good and it always was regrettable. How true since the Bible says, “for the anger of man does not accomplish the righteousness of God“, Jas 1:20. And so James says to be slow to anger, v19. It’s not that all anger is wrong. Jesus got angry when Pharisees refused to tell the truth. He was angry when the House of God was turned into a place of merchandise. The wrath of God is
going to be poured out on those who do evil. And Paul even says, “Be angry, but without sin.” So sometimes anger is justified, but we must have the self-control, the spiritual mind, to not sin. But the world knows none of this control The world gets angry and there’s no controls for it. Kupelian shows that anger uncontrolled will literally lead people to be mad or insane. Read the article and tell your thoughts. Because sustained anger is dangerous to your spirit, the Apostle Paul said “do not let the sun go down on your anger.” Prolonged anger will make you crazy and will make you do crazy, regrettable things.

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