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The way to escape is always in Him, which means to be in the same mind as He is in. This is what is called Christ consciousness. Understand what Christ is.

One grows through guidance and knowledge once in Christ consciousness. A solid relationship.comprised of prayer and study enables a person to learn about His mind, as it's revealed throughout His word the Bible.

Here one grows in Christ consciousness which is the awareness of the same relationship Emmanuel had while on Earth with the Father and has today as they are in the same spirit, the same outlook, the same attitude.

What works are necessary to get a reward after we have received the gift of adoption.(Romans 8:15; Galatians 4:5).into the Family the Creator wants you in?.Ephesians 1:5; Romans 8:16. This gets you more power from the indwelling of God's nature in you and enables you to conquer things that may be harming you.

Again, trials and sufferings are for patience:.Luke 21:19; Hebrews 10:35,36; Romans 5:3,4; 8:24,25; 15:4. And why patience is important. Patience is but one of the attributes of love.

And where do we get patience to handle our trials? 2Thessalonians 3:5

This comes once a person realizes God's judgment upon him:.2Thessalonians 1:4,5 "So that we ourselves glory in you in the churches of God for your patience and faith in all your persecutions.(2Timothy 3:12).and tribulations that you endure, which is a manifest token of the righteous judgment of God.(what is?).that you may be counted worthy.(judgment involves counting you worthy).of the kingdom of God for which you also suffer.(word 'suffer' is an old English word meaning to have passion over; where the thing of passion was deeply believed and appreciated as having great importance to them)."

The heartfelt realization that you are indeed now, thanks to your belief in the God's Son Emmanuel Christ, just as holy, just as righteous, just as pure, just as perfect as He is, gives you great spiritual strength to have patience and rock solid faith during any trials you may encounter. 

This is because your focus is on Him.(meaning all He represents and has made possible for us).and away from any heartaches people without the knowledge of God have, when they too encounter the trials and sufferings on their journey through the physical ups and downs in life here on Earth.

If we had every trial alleviated immediately, we would lack the opportunity for a greater reward. That is why God has patience in intervening in our lives.(2Peter 3:15).and promises that we can take what it is that he is allowing at the time being you are going through such things. Trials are so that character can be refined:.Hebrews 13:21; 2Corinthians 6:4-10; Colossians 1:11,12

Patience is consistently doing well, holding to your faith.(being content with His presence in you; why?).and being content till things change:.Hebrews 13:5; 1Timothy 6:8; Philippians 4:1,12; Luke 21:19; 1Thessalonians 1:3; 2Thessalonians 1:4; 1Timothy 6:11; Luke 3:14.(your responsibility); James 5:4.(your employer's responsibility)

The Creator is patient.(Romans 15:5; 1Timothy 1:16).and we are to be like Him:.1John 3:2,3

We live in an age of rage, an age of non thinking hotheads, an age of guided missiles and misguided emotions. Our feelings are all screwed up. Anger is just a feeling, a negative emotion that does not need to be handled negatively, but most people do handle it that way and then anger fractures.their soul where it's then separated from the Soul of all. 

They, like ancient Moses, couldn't step back from anger and therefore anger was to their own detriment:.Job 5:2. So, anger is no good apart from showing a person what's deep in them, if he or she has the circumspect to see it, so that they can overcome this attitude of contamination. This evil attitude of anger lives within separation.anxiety many harbor. Anger is no good and we all need to avoid the 'no goods' of life if we are of the mind to want the world, including ourselves, to be better product. An ancient saying is."he whom the demons would destroy, they first make angry".

Anger is the prelusive.factor in behaviorial.issues.involving violent attacks.

If you add a 'd' to anger, what do you have? An angry person can be as dangerous as one who meddles in things he should not.

A lesson to avoid getting involved if you are an angry, meddling, fighting and warlike type of person:.2Chronicles 35:20-24.

Out of control anger comes from one lacking in the power of good. Such a person's feelings are out of balance.

If he or she allows anger to lead to retaliatory actions, it's a bedground for disaster:.Ephesians 4:26 "Be you angry and sin not. Let not the sun go down upon your wrath.".It's an alert to embrace its opposite of kindness and patience with yourself. Life is contrasts for learning.

We all are/were predisposed to wrath at times but with some people, hostility is a continuing way of life. This is dangerous. It can lead to trouble for oneself and for others.

Anger is triggered by emotional pain. This cuts a person off from spirit flow.(*), effectively keeping him or her in the ego's prison of resentment and depression which are destructive to health.

The partners of anger are intolerance, impatience and resentment. Resentment is the tool the ego uses to maintain anger over decades. Intolerance maintains stubborness. Impatience provides opportunity for dangerous rash decisions. Such people do not understand forgiveness toward themselves or others.

Allowing anger in to ourselves is stupid in that the emotion of anger precludes asking oneself if there is any benefit from this. There never is. But a person entrapped by his own anger cannot see releasing it until the pain that may have caused it hurts to the point of change being necessary, change either toward expressing it, perhaps violently or change to deal with it somehow or other. When angry, one is just not able to effectively listen to the messages from their soul. This is stupid in that one needs to define it to release it and defining it is not possible when anger blinds one to concern for others.

How to define and deal with it so it can be dissipated?

Anger and any response we have to anything, good or bad, are responses to a signal we have generated within ourselves: Ephesians 2:3 "Among whom also we all had our conversation.(old English word for 'conduct').in times past in the lusts of our flesh fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind.(did what we darn well wanted to do, living by our egos, with little, if any, regard for anyone but ourselves) and were by nature the children of wrath.(by nature we become upset {often hidden from the view of others, we were inwardly resentful and perhaps fuming}, having a disposition to want to wrest control and which temper becomes agitated if things do not occur as expected or liked; but now as a person of spirituality...) even as others."

Such toxic temperament people endanger themselves, especially their health and of course are upsetting to others. Such toxic temperament individuals put holes in others when they interact with them. Their relationships do not do anything good for them or for others.

Those who use anger as a way of exchange are of the lowest of consciousness, completely ego motivated.

Angry people are trapped in a nightmare. Anger being an aspect of us all.(we are all one), we all contribute into the mass mind, the collective consciousness of mankind. 

Anger results from harboring a belief in injustice. People believe they are victims, that they are at the mercy of life, that it's just not 'in the cards' for them, that they don't matter in the scheme of things.

The soul has a way out of all this garbage. The soul connects to the Spirit of all. Christ came into this physical world to point people toward this:.John 14:6 "Emmanuel said unto him I am the way the truth and the life. No man comes unto the Father but by me."

This is the way unseen by those out of awareness of spiritual things.

Angry people are at war with themselves as deep seated fears held onto over many years continually shove them to frustration, conditioning them to fail in everything good in their lives. Resentments and grievances are the marks of angry people.."Resentment is like drinking poison and thinking it will kill your enemy."....Nelson Mandela.

Those using anger are shouting that their heart is far apart from those they are angry at, that they are beyond a peaceful solution, if indeed, any grievance was valid. Their consciousness is such that they are unable to tune in to the hearts of others.

Anger always has to do with frustration.(knotted up inside with confusion and discord).of some kind and its usually instant displeasure. Someone else is not acting as you think they should in order to make you happy.

Anger sees things from one point of view, one's own. One who is angry cares only for their feelings. 

Researcher Mary Davis, Arizona State University, found that suspicious, resentful, cynical, controlling people who tend to be reactive in or displeased about aspects which occur in social situations, have a personality that is as harmful as a bad diet. 'Calmis downis' is good advice.

Watching Your Mind: If you have felt a certain emotion many times in your life, how could it be caused by another? Perhaps God brought these situations into your life to show you something that you are able to get rid of that resides in you, something that should not be there as it's poisoning your character. For example, you get angry at something someone says or does. But this has happened before to you. Is the anger really caused by the other person. No. Instead it is your reaction to a trigger presented by another and an opportunity for you to, in return, fix this character fault.in you.

It is all how.you.see it. If your foot hurts you fix it. You know that it's your problem, not the person standing beside you on the street corner. Yet somehow we figure emotional reactions are not our problem. Are we really sane?

Anger presents an opportunity to master it with love, forgiveness and determination to improve the self, so one is not so critical about the self. Those 'fed up with themselves' often harbor anger, using it to cover displeasure with themselves. Avoiding being angry with others is a good character quality:.Proverbs 19:11 "The discretion of a man defers his anger and it is his glory to pass over a transgression.(a hurt done to him)."
   How to deal with it? Become a spiritual person, called a Christian in the Bible! Why not?

Anger involves expression, usually through words:.Proverbs 15:1 "A soft answer turns away wrath, but grievous.(hurtful words you throw back in the other person's face).words stir up anger."

You are not too wise if you fuel another's anger:.Proverbs 29:8 "Scornful men bring a city into a snare, but wise men turn away wrath." Ecclesiastes 10:4 "If the spirit of the ruler rise up against you, leave not your place, for yielding pacifies great offences."

If your superior is angry with you, be discreet by remaining unaffected emotionally from the displeasure of the moment and deal positively.(seek or be agreeable toward a reasonable solution).with it as calmly and intelligently as you can:.Proverbs 15:18 "A wrathful.(angry).man stirs up strife, but he that is slow to anger appeases strife." Proverbs 16:32 "He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty and he that rules his spirit than he that takes a city."

Being around an angry person can be such a trial. Some people it seems always are bordering on anger.

James 1:19 "Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath."
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