Similar to joy and peace, anger is just an ordinary emotion. It is not a sin. But if we do not manage it well, it can be a traitor who invites sin to come inside us and manipulate us. Someone said: “Anger blows out the lamp of the mind. It’s a child’s reaction to an adult situation – Anonymous.” The story of Saul’s spear and David’s harp (1 Samuel 18) also reminds us that never act on impulse in the heat of anger, or we are bound to do something we will regret. In dealing with anger, Jesus has played a role model for us. He would be angry but slow to express. “The Lord is compassionate and merciful, slow to get angry and filled with unfailing love. He will not constantly accuse us nor remain angry forever. – (Psalm 103:8-9)”