Welcome to another episode of our daily bible study, today’s episode is titled, God frowns at displaced anger, avoid it. you can watch the video below.
Previously in our daily bible study, we discussed the message titled, I don’t care attitude is a bad attitude. We learned why a person should take responsibility to keep safe whatever is entrusted in their care. We learned why we should avoid, “I don’t care attitude” because it is a bad attitude. The book of exodus chapter 22 from verse 7 to verse 13 discusses the various laws pertaining to social responsibility. One of the laws states that if someone gives another an animal to keep and the animal is stolen, the one that the animal was given to keep, will pay back. This teaches us why we should keep safe whatever that is entrusted into our care. We need to take responsibility in keeping safe whatever that is entrusted into our care.
I don’t care attitude comes with fatal consequences. In anything you do, always remind yourself the accompanying consequences if you fail to discharge your duties as it should be.
A lot more can be learned from the previous episode of our daily bible study, if you have not watched that episode, the video is in the playlist.
In today’s episode of our daily bible study, we will discuss the message titled, God frowns at displaced anger avoid it. Displaced anger means misdirected anger. It is a situation where someone releases anger unto someone else, who had nothing to do with the original conflict, instead of expressing them to the actual source that provoked the conflict.
The book of exodus chapter 23 verses 4 and 5 says: If you come across your enemy’s ox or donkey wandering off, be sure to return it. If you see the donkey of someone who hates you fallen down under its load, do not leave it there; be sure you help them with it.
God wants us to help the poor animal of our enemy, because the animal knows nothing about the conflict we have with their owner.
This lesson goes beyond animal matter. This message is very vital in our time. It is very common to see taxi drivers or receptionists and so many other public servants, who rain down their frustrations on other people.
That is a bad attitude! That, you had a bad day at home, does not give you the right to infect other people with your frustration. We have to learn how to manage our anger, and stop lashing our frustrations on people who do not have anything to do with them.
Today’s episode of our daily bible study, teaches us the importance of having self-control over our emotions, always learn to express your emotions rightly, especially, anger and frustration. Do not punish someone who is underserving of punishment just because you are upset.
Learn to control and mange your anger. Doing so makes you mature and reasonable. And when we do so, God will see reasons to alleviate your frustrations.
May God remove from us, all frustrations that make us attack others unnecessarily, amen.
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May the peace of the living God, Almighty, be with you forever and ever, AMEN.