Ephesians 4:26-28,31 How do you usually react when things don’t go your way? Do you get upset or sad, or do you get angry? Many people tend to get angry when things don’t go our way. We are frustrated because the plans we envisioned didn’t work out. Many times, especially if we keep it bottled up, our anger can explode and hurt everyone around us. We need to get right and get our anger under control before the damage happens because it’s tough to undo the pain once it has been inflicted. Do you struggle with anger? How can you get it under control, so you don’t cause hurt in the lives of the people around you? READ THROUGH THE NEW TESTAMENT Today’s Reading: Matthew 4]]>