She continued to read in Romans Chapter 2, 5-11, and the final verse in her devotion
rendered her convicted: 11 “For there is no partiality with God.”
Thanks for joining us for Wednesday’s Word with Kim-Evinda and Trench Classes
United. Have you ever found yourself feeling so frustrated, disillusioned and duped and
venting in the name of “righteous anger”? This is the place that Kim-Evinda
transparently shares with us today.
Sitting in her quiet time, reading the Only Book that brought her revelation,
understanding, direction and healing, she couldn’t stop the conviction that washed over
her as she rewound the day before, which had been replete with frustration
disillusionment and wrapped up with what she justified as “righteous anger,” She
realized that this anger was beginning to poison her attitude and come out in her
As she sat meditating on the portion of scripture she had just completed, a few truths
made themselves known to her, washing away her need to understand, and not only
stopping the anger but sending it back to its rightful place: the pit of hell. Humility
soothed her soul as she shared with God that she felt duped on so many levels, buying
into the truths that others had been sharing, all in “His name,” but apparently, they too
had been filled with too much righteous anger and had gotten caught up in their hopes
for a different ending according to their desires that they felt lined up with God.
Life can be like that, like a roller coaster that is coasting up the steep, steep hill then
suddenly takes a sharp turn or a sudden descent into unknown territory and we’re left
screaming, if not vocally, certainly inside.
But what had happened didn’t change God; what had happened didn’t change His love
for any of us, she thought, including those who she felt had been blatant in their
She wept and surrendered her “righteous anger,” allowing God to take the gavel out of
her hand and put it back in His, where it belonged. This surrender released trust to seep
into all the crevices of her heart, filling it with a peace so beyond her own
Friend, is there someone or something that has you stuck in anger? No matter what
happens, remember this: God’s ways are not our ways; He is righteous; He sees it all,
and He will have the final say in all that concerns us.