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A gentle answer quiets anger, but a harsh one

stirs it up..Proverbs 15:1
If you cannot control your anger, you are as helpless as a city without walls, open to attack.
Remember this my dear friends! everyone must be quick to listen but slow to speak and slow to become angry. Human anger does not achieve God's righteous purpose. So get rid of every filthy habit an wicked conduct. Submit to God and accept the word that he plants in your hearts, which is able to save you. Do not deceive yourselves by just listening to his word, instead put it into practice. If you listen to the word, but do not put it into practice you are like people who look in mirror and see themselves as they are. They take a good look at themselves and then they go away and at once forget what they look like. But if you look closely into the perfect law that sets people free, keep on paying attention to it and do no simply listen and then forget it, but put it into practice..you will be blessed by God in what you do..james 1:19-25

Ask God to bless those who persecute you...if someone has don you wrong do not repay him with wrong..do not let evil defeat you, instead conquer evil with good..the book of Romans

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