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    by Rebecca Livermore

Be Angry and Do Not Sin (Psalm 4:4)
Date Posted: November 8, 2006
Be angry, and do not sin. Meditate within your heart on your bed, and be still (Psalm 4:4 NJKV).

Anger is a problem that most, if not all people, including Christians, struggle with on some level or another. Your journal is a great place to grapple with the truth found in Psalm 4:4 regarding the proper way to handle anger.

Use your journal to explore the following:

  • Write about the things that make you angry.
  • Is your anger righteous or is it a manifestation of your flesh? How can you tell?
  • Write a plan for dealing with anger without sin.
  • Write about how meditation and being still can help you avoid a sinful response to anger.
  • Is your anger ever a result of a lack of trust in the Lord? Explain.

"Point of Reference" from Fred Price

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Biography Information:
Rebecca Livermore is a speaker and freelance writer from Denver, Colorado. Her passion is helping people grow spiritually. To learn more about her ministry, and to read her articles on spiritual disciplines, visit
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