Anger is an issue that everyone deals with at some point. Reading the Bible regularly will give you a Biblical perspective, with a short passage to read each day. Read the passage, take time to look at yourself honestly, and allow God to speak into your situation.
Anger happens to the best of us! Your response to anger are based on Trusting God and meditating on His Word. Consider the Reading Plan Trust along the topic Anger. The following verses, when memorized, can help you to respond properly to anger.
No person ever deserved to be abused. God loves you and wish you to be cherished and taken care of. No mistake, no shortcoming, no misunderstanding should ever be met with physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. By constantly Reading the Bible it will also help you to set up the understanding that God desires justice, love, and comfort for every single person.
Not all anger is sin. In fact, you have the right to be angry about what God is angry about. Its righteous anger. You have the right to be this way until the sun goes down. You will really need to search your heart to figure out the source of your anger. Whether you bottle up your anger or blow up with your anger, both forms are just as dangerous. You probably already know this, but misguided anger doesn’t do any good for you or the people around you. It’s time to let God replace your anger with love.
Abuse can happen in many forms. Physical, emotional and sexual are common expressions of abuse and many people just don’t know how to handle it. If you are an abuser, stop it. If you are the victim of abuse, let the words of the Bible guide you as you decide how to handle the relationship with the abuser. If you’re in danger, you need to get away immediately. If your abuse is not life threatening or is something in your past that you still struggle with, take some time to meditate on God’s Word on this subject.
Take and Always Remember: Men Can Fail You But God Will Never Fail You! Put Your Trust into God!