Anger is wait for you, you will be controlled

Anger is a strong emotional response. This is a mood that includes “strong dissatisfaction, usually hostility”. Anger arises when a person feels that their personal boundaries are or will be violated. Angry people also experience physical conditions, such as increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, adrenaline and norepinephrine. Although anger seems to be a harmless, everyday expression of normal emotions, it can still have negative physical, psychological and spiritual consequences in many ways. Anger that humans cannot avoid. Research shows that anger is harmful. If people ignore it, anger will not go away, it will cause more problems. Therefore, people should notice all these side effects and anger. When a person consciously chooses to take action and immediately stops the threat of another external force, anger becomes the primary sensation of behavior, cognition, and physiology. Anger produces a lot of physical and psychological consequences. Why do people get angry? Because every day people may encounter something that affects their emotions, and if things affect too much, they become angry. Some people are offended by others. Why is it so hard for people to control their anger? Because people have sinned. In the book of genesis, a long time ago, when Adam and eve left the garden of Eden, they had two sons. Abel was a shepherd. Cain was a farmer. And it came to pass, that in the day of the offering of god, Cain brought forth some of the fruit of the earth unto god. Abel gave some of the best milk sheep. When god saw Abel and his offering, he did not see Cain and his gifts. Cain was very angry. His face sank. The Lord said to Cain, “why are you so angry and your face changed? If you do well, you will be accepted. On the contrary, sin is like a demon lurking in front of your door. It is wait for you, you will be controlled by it. Cain said to his brother Abel, “let’s go out into the wild.” And when they were there, Cain slew his brother. God asked Cain, “where is your brother Abel?” Cain replied, “I don’t know. I don’t protect him. God said, “what did you do?” Listen! Your brother’s blood cries out to me from the ground. You are accused, you will be exiled, you will be expelled from this land, and you will devour the blood of your slain brother. You will sow the land, and the earth will not grow. You will be a tramp and wanderer. Cain said to god, “I cannot bear such punishment. If you drive me out of here today, I won’t be in front of you again. I will be a nomad, a wanderer, and all who meet me will kill me. God replied, “no, if someone kills Cain, he will be punished sevenfold. God gave Cain a sign that he would not be killed by those who met him. So Cain went out from god and came to the land of nod, east of Eden. Cain is angry (genesis 4). Because of the root of anger, it affects the body, mind and spirit.