Before you get angry, get some understanding.

The Bible tells us, in Proverbs 4:7, “Wisdom is the principal thing; Therefore get wisdom. And in all your getting, get understanding.”
Some people are quick to fly off the handle, when asking a simple question or listening before reacting in anger, could easily help them understand. A person who’s quick to react in anger, without having an understanding or knowledge in regards to what they’re angry about, is both a danger to themselves and others. They’re dangerous to themselves because they lack self control. The only voice they hear and listen to (because there’s a difference) is their own. An easily angered person is the type of person that always think they’re right and other people are wrong, if they don’t agree or submit to them. They’re the type of individuals that say, “It’s my way or the highway.” If you give way to anger, and it’s not righteous or your anger is solely based on how you feel with complete disregard to other people’s feelings or point of view, then your anger isn’t justified. If your voice is the only voice that’s ever right, then you’re wrong. Mr. or Ms. “Know it all”, really knows nothing. Come out of your own understanding, folks. If you’re going to be angry, make sure your anger is based on facts and not assumptions. An individual who’s easily angered lacks self control, and a person without self control leaves an open door for the enemy to come in and out of their lives and do what he wants to. Negativity is always present when dealing with an angry person. Especially one who’s easily angered. It’s always chaos and no peace. No peace within themselves, and no peace for people around them. These individuals need to seek professional help, and I’m not being funny or petty, I’m being serious. If you’re angry all the time, you need to talk to a professional, to find out why. If you know why, then you need to release it, if you have no control over the situation. Give it to God. Let Jesus fix it. Staying angry keeps you powerless and under the control of whatever or whoever has angered you. If you want to be free, at peace and victorious, get some understanding and also, learn how to respond without yelling, cursing, having fits of rage; emotionally abusing others, fighting, or needing to have the final word. Only people with small minds, feel big when doing those things. Get out of your feelings. Listen more, talk less. Stop being defensive and apply wisdom. James 1:19-20, “My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires.” *** Thanks for reading! Be sure to subscribe and listen to my blog by clicking the link below. ❤️ Thank you! 🙏🏾

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