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Today, 25 september 2017

King James version (en)

Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath...

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Wesley's Notes

Be ye angry, and sin not - That is, if ye are angry, take heed ye sin not. Anger at sin is not evil; but we should feel only pity to the sinner. If we are angry at the person, as well as the fault, we sin.And how hardly do we avoid it. Let not the sun go down upon your wrath - Reprove your brother, and be reconciled immediately.Lose not one day. A clear, express command. Reader, do you keep it?

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As a rule, the beginning of this verse draws our attention. How can one be angry – and not sin, if the Lord Himself likened anger to the violation of the sixth command...

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Why such a difference in the Jewish and Greek chronologies ? How to explain that in the beginning God creates people and gives them the commandment of reproduction (what they did not do while in Paradise), and then in the chapter 2 He creates the woman? Does it mean then that the second chapter doubles the first?

 

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