"Be angry, and yet do not sin" (Ephesians 4:26). There is a symmetry to this verse that needs to be reflected in the life of every Christian. Some of us are out of balance because we follow only the first half of the command. "Be angry." Others lean totally to the other side, "Do not sin," thinking that righteous living has no place for the expression of anger. Both unrestrained anger and the denial of anger will tip the scales toward unrighteousness. There is a proper balance, however, between the two halves. It can be brought about by the exercise of our will, which stands in the gap between "Be angry" and "do not sin."
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