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Being afraid is the most powerful anger

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Wow, panic, fear and helplessness is taking over our small town. Hope is being consumed like locust in Africa. People are on the street proclaiming this is God’s Wrath on Michigan for not selecting one of God’s chosen when they had the chance. , Christians are being deceived and we are in the end times with the middle of the tribulation and now the plague. Gloom, doom, and the worst is still yet to come. Repent, get ready, . . . I can’t imagine being that fearful, getting so worked up and becoming so angry. Personally -We are prepared as much as we can be but not scared.
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    We know God is love and is a rewarder of those who seek him. hugs.
    223 days ago
    I feel there's no point in my being afraid or angry; that will only stress me out and weaken my immune system.
    224 days ago
    I get your point but they are not equal in my book. For me , I understand that irrational fear can result in anger in some people, and it’s irrational as well as stemming from loss of control. Turn away from this ... it will hurt you.
    224 days ago
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