These two steps can help:
1. Ask God to give you His perspective on your anger or irritability. We should be deeply concerned about our anger, never justifying or excusing it (James 4:1-10).
2. Write down Bible passages that address anger and memorize or recite them daily, asking God to transform your mind and heart (Romans 12:1-2).
Remember that God promises to change our will and our actions when we get serious about our sins: Philippians 2:12-13.
So let's get serious!
To do a short Bible study on this devotion, check out today's Bite Size Bible Study. The study supplies 9 great Bible verses to memorize or recite if you have an anger problem.