The spirit of anger is a destroyer. When Moses led the children to the Wilderness, Satan made them do what they wouldn’t have done in their clear conscience. Several times they rebelled against Moses. And whoever rebel against the anointed of the Father rebels against the Father Himself. This was why the Father destroyed many of them in the Wilderness. Whenever they pushed Moses to anger, the Father would act even though Moses shouldn’t have got angry. One thing about the Father is this, if He sends you a message, He’ll use everything to support you, so that the people will not rule over you. But it will get to a point where He’ll say enough is enough. This was the case with Moses.
While they were in the Wilderness, Satan pushed them to rebel against the Law of the Father through which His anger was kindled and He killed many of them. When He saw that Satan lured them to commit more sins, so He could destroy all of them, this was why He changed most of the Law and Ordinance He gave to them. This is the Father. He doesn’t get angry anyhow and if He does, the impact will be there for many generations.
One serious warning I always receive from the Father is “My son, don’t be angry; My son, don’t speak to anybody in anger because if you do, it will happen exactly as you say it.” As a servant of the Father, if I speak to anybody in anger and something happens to that person, is it the Father? No, it’s a demon! The demons are there to act. Because the Father has anointed the tongue that whatever word proceed out of the mouth of His servant shall be established either good or bad. But as a servant of the Father, if bad word proceeds out of your mouth to anybody without serious justification, you will end up paying the penalty in the end. This is why the only word that should proceed out of your mouth as a servant of the Father is word of blessing, word of encouragement, prayers.
If a woman opened her mouth to curse her husband in her anger, what will happen? That word that came out of her mouth could turn her to a premature widow. If somebody tells her that she’s the one that killed her husband, she’ll say no. But truly, she’s the one through the word she spoke in anger. Does anger give birth to something good? Anger gives birth to evil. Anger can uproot a living tree like a storm. Even if her husband doesn’t die, the word she spoke in anger will still work upon him. And if it works upon him, what about her children? This was exactly what happened to the children of Noah after their father laid a curse upon Canaan because Ham, his father saw the nakedness of Noah while he was drunk.
The Bible says in the Book of Ephesians 4:26-27 that, “Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger, and do not give the devil an opportunity.” But I say to you, “Do not be angry at all, because you don’t know who lurks in the corner to seize the opportunity of your anger and use it to destroy you.” When anger rules, every good thing destroys. There are some Christians who get angry easily. If you’re that type of person, work upon yourself. If you fail to destroy that spirit away from you, he may end up destroying you tomorrow. I pray that Jehovah God will eliminate every spirit of destruction from your life and fill you with His Holy Spirit in Jesus name. Amen!