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Ephesians 6:24 tells us there are two parts of anger. The experience of anger and the expression of anger.

We must begin by taking deep breaths and calling on Jesus for help.

Why are you angry? Did someone do something you were not expecting? Were your values violated? Is someone blocking something you want to do? Have you been cheated?

We must respond to our anger just as Jesus would. Therefore, we must obey Ephesians 4:15. Speak the truth in a loving way.

Using a kind and considerate tone of voice we can ask questions that might clarify the other person’s point of view.