When you are angry, the first positive step is to admit to yourself that you are angry. Say it aloud, “I’m feeling angry.” The second step is to ask God to help you handle your anger in a positive way. “Lord, help me to do what is right and good with my anger.” The third step is to ask: Did someone sin against me? If so, the biblical answer is to lovingly confront the person and seek reconciliation. On the other hand, if you are angry simply because something happened that irritates you, then ask: “What can I learn from this experience?” If the other person habitually arrives late for your appointment, perhaps you can talk with them and negotiate change. Thus, the anger has served a positive purpose. God wants to teach you how to handle your anger in a godly way.