|Adapted from "Fist" by David Shankbone.|
"Be angry, but don't stay angry." He quoted Ephesians 4:26 and said it was okay to be angry, but he emphasized: "Don't stay there." Let it go. Don't keep thinking about and reliving the anger.
"If we stay angry," he warned, "we move into darkness and can't know the love of God."
He went on to explain some of the damage suppressed anger could do to us physically, emotionally, spiritually and to our relationships.
"You can't bury anger dead. You always bury it alive," he added.