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Fret Not Yourself

Anger doesn’t have good associations. As seen in the last post, the first two instances of anger in the Bible are connected to murder — and that’s probably not a coincidence.

But what about when we become angry and don’t act on that anger? What about when we become angry on others’ behalf — when we see something that seems to be unjust or when we see someone being oppressed or taken advantage of? Should’t we become angry then?

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