Those who allow themselves to be angry or outraged for whatever reason open their hearts to Satan. Bitterness and enmity must be expelled from our hearts if we want to be in harmony with Heaven. "To whom you give yourself as a slave out of obedience, you are also a slave" (Rom. 6:16).
If we indulge in anger, lust, greed, hatred, selfishness, or any other sin, we become servants of sin. If we serve sin, we cannot serve Christ. "No one can serve two masters" (Matthew 6:24).
The Christian will be attracted to sin, because the flesh resists the Spirit, but the Spirit rebels against the flesh, so there is a constant fight.
This is where the help of Christ is needed. Human weakness is combined with divine power, and faith exclaims: "Thank God that he gave us the victory of our Lord Jesus Christ!" (1 Cor. 15:57)
There are some people harbor anger. They exaggerate their supposed complaints, incite anger and are filled with feelings of hatred and revenge, while in fact they have no real reason for this. Christians must resist these unpleasant feelings and you will feel a great change in your relationship with your neighbors.
Annoying words hurt the family, as the irritable speech of one encourages the other to respond in the same spirit and manner. The words of retribution, self-justification, are spoken, and these words become a heavy burden that hurts you, because all these bitter words lead to sad consequences for your soul.
Harsh expressions hinder the heart through the ear, awakening the lower passions of the soul and tempting people to break God's commandments. So let's not forget that words are like a planted seed.
In many families there is a habit of saying immoral and frivolous things, and the habit of imitating, speaking rude words becomes stronger and stronger as people indulge it; so many bad words are spoken that correspond to a satanic image, but not of God. You should never utter hot and angry words, because in God's eyes and for the holy angels they are a kind of blasphemy.
No one else can ruin our reputation except ourselves if we have an unbridled and uncontrollable disposition. Consider that if you are naturally crabby and short-tempered, a person cannot be truly happy and is rarely happy.