1.   Anger is energy to resolve problems and to bring justice. 


 2.  The wrong use of anger can be a destructive curse to us.     


3.  We can control the amount of anger that we have by how we perceive our problems and by what we say. 

If we take things personally or perceive that the other person did things intentionally, we will be more angry.  


4.  We must not react to a situation, but take time to think it through and respond to it.


5.  We are to use our anger to resolve our problems and to bring justice speedily. 

Sometimes taking dramatic action is the only option when we have done everything else that can be done.


 6.  If we cannot resolve the problem, we are to give it and our anger to God.


 7.  Sometimes the best thing to do is just drop our anger. 

However, if we do this we must be sure we are not stuffing it.  If we stuff it, it will erupt at a different and inappropriate time and place.  


8.  We are to resolve our anger issues before we go to bed.  

This is critical because we will start the next day with whatever level of anger remains from the previous day.


9.  We are not to provoke others to anger. 

If we do, we may only be increasing contention and strife.


10.  Problems with anger and wrath in our lives can become a stronghold. 

The adrenaline that accompanies anger can become an addictive agent.