Read Psalm 37:8 TLB
An old salesman asked a young man, “How was your first trip?”
“Terrible,” he answered. “Every place I go I get mad.”
“I’ve been on the road a long time,” said the old timer. “I’ve been knocked down and thrown out – but angry, never!”
When you begin to feel angry, smile. If that doesn’t snap you out of it, stop what you’re doing.
The worst time to be angry is when the other person is angry. The way to take the wind out of his sails is to stay calm.
When you find yourself angry, stop and find out why. Then pray, and do something good. Never stay angry. If you do, you’ll dig your own grave.
The Psalmist said, “Stop your anger.”
Prayer: Gird us with power, Father, to gain the victory over anger. Fill our hearts with Thy love and make us kind, compassionate Christians: through our Lord and Savior. Amen.
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