Slow to anger

Father, I pray my child would not be easily angered.

“Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger”

James 1:19

Why should we be slow to speak and become angry?

We should be slow to speak and slow to become angry because this patience reflects the character of Christ, who exemplified humility and self-control. When we react impulsively with words or anger, it often leads to hurtful actions and damaged relationships. By practicing restraint and seeking understanding before responding, we as believers can foster peace, reconciliation, and the demonstration of God’s grace in our interactions with others.

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