It is natural to become angry, that's okay, but we are admonished not let anger cause us to sin. What advice can I leave you regarding this matter? Here are a few tips
1. Jesus tells us in Matthew 5:25 "Settle matters quickly with your adversary. do not let arguments go unsettled, that way you won't end up in court."
2. If you borrow from a friend, make every effort to pay them back.
3. Love covers a multitude of sins. Remember that we all are sinners saved by grace.
4. Leave the judging to the Lord. He is the only one qualified to judge righteously.
5.If you have anger issues, I advise you to seek counseling. Look into attending a support group on anger management.
6. Again, don't forget to pray and ask God to help you in this area of sin.
7. Study and read your Bible. Read other books on the topic of anger or any other issue that you need help with
Ironing out your differences will leave you feeling at peace with yourself, at peace with others, and definitely at peace with God. The ironing comb has different levels of heat. Make sure you nip your anger in the bud early. You don't want it to escalate to a point or degree of heat and anger that the devil gets an advantage over you
Tthat is all the beauty tips for today. Have a wonderful weekend. Go to church tomorrow, praise God, and celebrate. It is the First Sunday of a new year. When you take part in the Communion service, remember all that our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ did in order to reconcile us back to The Father. We have no peace apart from God. Jesus' sacrifice on the cross made us to be at peace with God and brought us back into right relationship with God.
"Shalom," and as always: "Don't Forget To Say Your Prayers."