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Prayerfully, as I write this devotion, it will speak to the hearts of all readers. I want to be as transparent as possible when I say that I have observed people become angry with God’s people. I have seen it with my own eyes. People became angry over the least little thing. Instead of praying for them, they become hostile and mean spirited, using words that are hurtful. To make matters worse, they spread evil thoughts and rumors to others. We should pray for one another, and not become angry, but pray and encourage one another. If you get nothing out of this devotion, please underline this, “Don’t get angry with God’s people. Pray for them instead.” Remember, none of us are without sin. None of us are without fault. We all make mistakes. Lift them up in prayer instead! In Jonah 4:1, we find these words:

“This change of plans greatly upset Jonah, and he became very angry.

Jonah became angry with the Lord because he felt the Lord should not have shown mercy to the people of Nineveh. Jonah knew that he served a merciful and compassionate God, but he was concerned in this instance. He makes his case before the Lord, and the Lord asked him if it was right for him to be angry. Jonah continued his argument, where his anger towards God increased. God finally told Jonah the reason He showed mercy to the people of Nineveh, saying that they were living in spiritual darkness. When you get a chance, read this entire chapter. Don’t get angry with God or with God’s people. Continue to follow God’s plan for your life and pray for one another.