Your Elevation Today by Godman Akinlabi
“But the Lord said to Moses and Aaron, ‘Because you have not believed (trusted) Me, to treat Me as holy in the sight of the sons of Israel, you therefore shall not bring this assembly into the land which I have given them.’” – Numbers 20:12 (AMP)
It’s important to recognize the destructive power of uncontrolled anger and to seek God’s help in managing it. Confessing your struggles to God and asking for His strength and grace is a great first step. It’s also important to develop healthy coping mechanisms for dealing with anger, such as taking a deep breath, walking away from a situation, or seeking wise counsel from someone you trust.
Remember, God’s plan for your life involves healthy relationships with others and a heart filled with love, compassion, and self-control. Stay committed to seeking His will and allowing Him to guide your actions, even in moments of intense emotion.
Confession: With God’s strength and grace, my anger is controlled and will not alter my assignment