Matthew 27:15-18

It's amazing the decisions people will make when they're mad. Probably my biggest regrets in dealing with my children are the things I do when I'm mad. I don't like beat my kids or say things I shouldn't, but sometimes I yell when I don't need to, or I say things that I don't really mean. I wish that I could stop getting mad, but I doubt that will ever happen. I think the more important thing is how we handle that anger. First if we can minimize how easily we get angry and then if we can control that anger so that we don't react in a stupid manner, then I think God is honored with that. JM

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