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Just Let Me Be Angry! – Daily Devotion

Ephesians 4:26
Do you ever feel guilty for getting angry? Perhaps you were recently upset with your spouse, kids, or co-worker. Be at ease, anger is a normal emotional response. Even God gets angry. But He doesn’t want us to stay that way. Today’s video focuses on God’s instructions to handle anger.

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