We are all guilty of lying and anger. Lying and anger are two of the most destructive actions. They hurt families, workplaces, neighborhoods, communities, and churches. Many friendships, marriages, families, churches, workplaces have been destroyed by lies and anger. The Apostle Paul saw its effects and wanted to challenge the believers in Ephesus to lay
aside falsehood and anger. There’s a better life that he was envisioning and what he had to say 2,000 years ago is still very important and practical for us today, as well.