Very Wise....Ham<quoted text>
Hi Hick-Up..Thanks for your response..
I had no knowledge of the history between you and the Doc..I was simply responding to your response to him..On the face of it so to speak..Anger erupts when our egos are bruised.. "I am hurt, My opinions are not being heard." When injustice and sin occur we should become angry because others are hurt. But we should not become angry when we fail to win an argument or we feel offended or neglected. Selfish anger never helps anybody..
Only you can know.. It is possible to be angry before one even reads a post..merely by our existing feelings for the other person..All we need is a trigger..The anger is already there..Being angry is not a sin..It is what we do with it..
All I was responding to was the tone of anger in your response..Others may not agree..But, that is just me..I like to trust my feelings...
So, my friend if you honestly feel that injustice has been done..That the Doc has harmed or hurt others then you do have every right to feel angry.. This is one way of defending other people..I suspect Jesus became a bit angry when he witnessed folks being hurt..I dunno..
This might be a fine line to draw..But, nevertheless, I did detect an element of anger in your response to Doc.. And there is also the possibility that this is what Doc intended..I have no way of knowing. I am not familiar with the history of Doc..
Continue to defend the downtrodden and what Jesus called the orphans..
Hope this helps..
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.