If you harbor any ire over the recent presidential election in the USA, or wonder how to deal with neighbors who do, this article I wrote for the Christian Science Sentinel (1/30/17) may help you find some useful guidance. Its
“Control your temper, for anger labels you a fool.” ~ Ecclesiastes 7:9, NLT Anger is weakness. Love is strength. You have God-given dominion to respond with love, wisdom and patience to any potential conflict you face today.
There is a lot of anger being voiced in my country right now. The presidential elections have provided a channel for the anger and pent-up frustration of millions of voters to surface and take center stage in public debate. Anger
Years ago I learned that’s it’s a waste of time and energy to harbor self-righteous anger. It might feel justified at the time, but it doesn’t have a good effect on your outlook, thinking and life. And it can pull
“Be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to get angry.” ~ James 1:19, NLT Listen for God’s point of view before speaking!