The world has gone mad and when I say mad, I am talking about extreme anger. The world has an excuse for their rationale, their father is in a miserable state. He stands at the preface of hell poised to enter forever. Anyone can be angry constantly if they have no bright future to rest in. A born-again, spirit filled believer has no excuse to share with the world's anger issues.
Ecclesiastes 7:9 Do not be eager in your heart to be angry, for anger dwells in the heart of fools.
What does anger benefit a person? There is no benefit, it isolates people because no one enjoys the company of an angry person. Some angry people use their bad temper to control certain people and they can be selective. Angry people are very well equipped to be bullies and they can be men, women, or transgender. Some angry people will claim they can't help themselves because they were born that way or it's their nationality. They will never get that excuse past God, He won't accept it.
Ephesians 4:31-32 Let all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you. Be kind one to another, forgiving one another, even as God for the anointing's sake has forgiven you.
God would not tell us to put away anger and be kind to one another if we were not capable of doing so. If we continue to be "mad" all the time we are disobeying God and the Bible calls us a fool. The Bible definition for fool is stupid, or one who shows a great lack of intelligence or common sense. Only a fool would resist God because God is trying to bless us and we appear to know better. If we won't put away our pent-up anger and be kind to others, it's because we don't want to. We enjoy lording ourselves over others.
Mathew 5:22 I'm telling you that anyone who is so much as angry with a brother or sister is guilty of murder. Carelessly call a brother idiot and you just might find yourself hauled in to court. Thoughtlessly yell stupid at a sister and you are on the brink of hellfire. The moral fact is that words kill.
Remember what Saint James said: Out of the same mouth proceeds blessing and curse, this ought not so to be. Remember what Bambi the fawn said, if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all. Kenneth Copeland said some of us need to practice the vocabulary of silence. If we don't put a filter on our mouth and we continue to express our anger, our prayers will become void and a waste of time. Here is the problem: some people like to be mad, they enjoy putting people down, it makes them feel large and in charge. They think they know better than anyone, they must exercise their ego and this can be found in men and women.
Proverbs 21:19 It is better to dwell in the wilderness, than with a contentious and angry woman.
King Solomon's saying it's better to get away from this kind of woman implies there is nothing you can do. This woman wants to quarrel, brawl, be in discord and strife, she is full of spite and wrath. There could be mental problems, a medical issue, or the devil finding an avenue to spread strife and division. If you address the devil and the contention continues, it's a medical or mental issue. Solomon advises us to go into the wilderness until it passes and then perhaps peace can be restored. I inherited a bad temper from my earthly father but my Heavenly Father helped me to subdue it and put it under. Thank God!
I am in the Kingdom of God, and the Kingdom has spiritual laws.
When I give good things, I will also reap good things.
I pray for the people in the Asylum, they don’t understand God’s laws, they don’t even understand God.
The truth separates us, the truth connects us to our Father who art in Heaven.