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What Does the Scripture Mean – “Be angry but do not sin”?

by | Nov 14, 2016 | Counseling

It seems everyone is angry about something these days. Perhaps you feel as if you’re constantly angry. The anger could be from some problem in our society, or a political result, or a personal situation or with a friend, family member or a co-worker.

Anger is seen by most people as something to avoid and as something dangerous and detrimental. As Catholics, we are taught that one of the seven deadly sins is anger.

Yet, Ephesians 4:26 tells us we can be angry but do not sin. What does that scripture mean? Isn’t being angry always a sin?

Read this article from Allison Ricciardi, LMHC: Anger: A Force for Destruction or for Good?


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