One letter from Danger is exactly where anger often puts us.  The struggle of having anger but effectively disarming it before performing an act that you will inevitably be sorry for later is a challenging one.  I’ve been wrestling with the idea of righteous anger.  Although anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires, Jesus anger erupting in the temple definitely got his point across.  Understanding that in the long run humans quickly forget and go about doing what they originally set out to do.  We, the human race are blessed to live in God’s merciful Grace.

More about anger another day. Cuz I’m not angry anymore.


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