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By enduring trials we develop patience which is a prime.requisite necessary for dealing with people when they tend to get angry. If you lacked this quality and now possessed all the power that God is eventually going to put within your hands when you're in your glorified resurrected state of being and someone angered you, I mean really angered you, you just may retaliate with wiping them out..Psalms 37:8 talks about 'ceasing' from anger. The disciples, the learners with Emmanuel.had to learn this too.

Does this make you angry? Anger of man means to become upset to a point that your soul nature is even more heavily clouded:.Proverbs 29:22. Some males and females normal nature has developed into one of constant anger, ready to dive in to 'jump and bite' at the slightest.provocation.

But Creator-God gets angry too:.Psalms 30:5 "For his anger endures but a moment...".God's anger in the Old Testament was an anger toward those who lacked trust in Him after all they had seen of God. It was more of a displeasure, but still an anger for sure. Because Christ took all anger and so much else to the cross with Him, in the New Testament, there is not one verse talking about God's anger since the death, burial and resurrection of Emmanuel Christ. God always did delight in being merciful:.Micah 7:18; Jeremiah 7:19. But His wrath as shown so often throughout the Old Testament had a good purpose:.Romans 9:22,23.

One becomes excessively displeased at something or someone for some real or imagined reason and then mentally amplifies the situation. Perhaps, someone did not do something that you may feel should have been done or done according to the standard you hold as true, so you want to 'straighten them out'.

So now why do you get angry? You see something and arrive at an evaluation of your interpretation as something that may be a cause of fear, of pain, a feeling of being 'stepped on', a feeling of frustration, a feeling of not being properly understood. If you interpreted it as something pleasurable you would not have any anger over that. So you have been conditioned to be afraid, to defend, to represent the ego instead of express the higher consciousness things of the spirit.

Decide.(you go nowhere without decision).to have the intelligence to make observations rather than evaluations and this requires open-mindedness. An observation is an aloof witnessing. Evaluations are based on your filtered glasses so to speak; your interpretations of what you are seeing and experiencing. This is somehow how you have come to believe that you should look at things. And there are many errors on this pathway:.Hebrews 12:14 "Follow peace with all men and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord.(how do you see the Lord?.Hebrews 12:14)."

Avoid the lower consciousness things of the selfish ego you have and we all have, such as giving orders instead of asking someone to do something, such as making judgments on someone or something without researching to gain absolutely all the facts possible, such as making demands instead of requests, etc. At least be intelligent and begin moving away from being a boor.

Anger is a decision, a decision to deal with perceived negatives.

Anger is something that should be immediately dealt with as it can both hurt you and others:.Ephesians 4:26 "Be you angry and sin not.(the word 'sin' means to 'miss the mark'; don't miss the mark of the joy of life by allowing yourself to get away from having a loving nature). Let not the sun go down upon your wrath.".It is saying that if you have a tendency to get angry, get rid of it quickly; keep on the track of love. Never go to sleep having anger that you left unresolved. Do not harbor anger.

Angry people are really not in charge of themselves and should be avoided as they often cannot be reasoned with.(why?).so, why waste time with them? They have their own selfish schedule and may care not at all about knowing that peace can be learned.

Learn to convert anger by recognizing it. Look at your anger. Why? Know what makes you angry. Anger is always triggered by pain, so what's the pain? Dig deep for the answer. Then look at it. Then release it. How? By having your awareness on the answer you came up with and taking a big breath and thinking that you are breathing it out. It works! Everything is energy, every thought, every memory, every action. This is one way you can use the energy for your good. Energy cannot be dispensed with, only converted.

Enthusiastic persons are not angry persons. Instead, become easy to be intreated.(James 3:17).and decide not to be an angry person:.Colossians 4:6; Psalms 78:38,39; 103:8; 145:8; Proverbs 15:1,18; 16:28-30,32; 17:1,14; 19:1; 20:3; 29:20,22; Ecclesiastes 7:9; 1Corinthians 3:3; Ephesians 4:31,32; Colossians 3:8,21; James 3:16; 2Peter 1:2-10.

Anger often comes from 'excessive desire'.(the original meaning for 'lust').for something not yet realized.(not yet come into one's life that he was expecting and/or hoping for). Frustrated by the feeling of having to accept unrealized dreams, many lash out at others.

Anger is a terribly demeaning thing and is a result of lack of quality upbringing, where a child has not been taught how to relate to others in a loving manner. A lack of discipline shows through quite readily when a person 'flies off the handle'. Take a martial arts course if you are disposed to anger. The incredible discipline and respect for others.(how to really see others who are antagonistic).one learns, is of lasting benefit in life.

A spiritual warrior acts from what he is inside instead of reacting to what another may be like who has confronted him. Spiritual warriors are those fighting to know who they really are, those engaged in bringing forth a higher consciousness into their experience here on Earth, those alert to their ego's opposite direction. Spiritual warriors are those dedicated to learning what the soul can do:.Ephesians 6:10-15 "Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord and in the power of his might. Put on the whole armour of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day and having done all, to stand. Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth and having on the breastplate of righteousness and your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace."

Coming from egocentric, ignorant, immature people, devoid of heartfelt concern and empathy, anger is the epitome of arrogance and self-deception. Anger often bespeaks a soul crying out of a vacuous existence, striving for self-importance, recognition, power and control.

Like in all things, there is another side to anger; that of grieving for another who is hurting himself when you can see how to stop it and they won't listen:.Psalms 106:29;.Mark 3:5 "And when he had looked round about on them with anger, being grieved for the hardness of their hearts....." Psalms 103:8 "The LORD is merciful and gracious, slow to anger and plenteous in mercy."
   God has a way he will use to correct the obstinate.

God does get angry:.Isaiah 57:16 "For I will not contend for ever, neither will I be always wroth, For.(in case one gets overly discouraged).the spirit.could fail because of me in the souls which I have made.(and then the souls I've made would be 'done like dinner')."

Colossians 3:21 "Fathers, provoke not your children to anger, lest they be discouraged."

We often do not realize it, but the type of patience is for us to carry on doing good when hope in circumstances brightening up is no longer clearly seen. We must remember that all the promises are in Emmanuel the Christ.(2Corinthians 1:20).and if He is in you.(1John 4:4 ".....greater is he that is in you, than he.{you and your problems in life}.that is in the world").so are the promises which reside with Him. He has them. They are His. Hope in Him. He has conquered all:.Romans 8:37-39.

The promises that are in Him must unfold in your experience. But when, right? Everyone wants and needs it 'right now'. They do not come till the Kingdom of God which is available now..Hebrews 11:13

Can you be content waiting for your sure reward when all blessings will occur that you had been praying for and all prayers will be answered?.Ephesians 1:3; 1Corinthians 2:9. Every prayer is always in the process of being answered. How?

All prayers are heard instantly and all are answered, either immediately or soon.-.why soon?.1, 2, 3:.Matthew 7:7-11.

Depending upon urgency and how an answer would fit into the sculpting of you, an answer could come soon or later, but they are always answered, somehow, sometime. With the Infinite One there is no time as we know it, just intent.

Know that then, this is His will.(Ephesians 2:10).for your ultimate great reward and far more important than material things which, like our flesh bodies, are 'here today and gone tomorrow'.Romans 5:3; 8:18. Better to have the ability to pack up compassion than 'things' heaped on the self.

The people in Moses' day had the same problem with patience. They tired of waiting for Moses to come back from the mountain where he went to see God:.Exodus 32:1-9. We all have this tendency. Emmanuel talked of it too:.Matthew 24:42-51; Luke 12:40-46

Just because we're going to be in the Kingdom Of God reigning on Earth and helping physical human beings, does not mean that 'presto magico' in the instant you are resurrected, that you will be infused with the Creator's high consciousness character.

The time is now for cementing the character necessary. Character is something that is for development in the world of human creation through the experience of living and decisions made therein.


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