“Be angry, and do not sin”: do not let the sun go down on your wrath. Ephesians 4:26
We should know that we can make no room in our lives for the enemy. Otherwise, we will lose what we have built for not taking control when required.
Many of the situations in which we find ourselves can be controlled, thus avoiding disastrous consequences that will damage our relationship with others. But most of the time we forget who we are and give freedom to our flesh to act according to its desires.
We cannot allow our old nature to dominate us and take control of our emotions, to such an extent that a simple disagreement provokes such an intense wrath that it will lead to rancor and hatred.
When something happens, which we find unpleasant, and it wants to cause an opposite reaction of unconformity and disagreement, let us seek the presence of the Holy Spirit before this happens, so it will calm us down and fill us with his peace. Let us understand that we are no longer the same, so there is no place for wrath, but we must act in divine intelligence and wisdom for us not to sin, and please God, always keeping our heart pure and free from disputes.