What are we admonished not to do?

Answer

"Be you angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: neither give place to the devil." Eph.
4: 26, 27.
NOTE - Those who give vent to anger or retain old grudges, who parley with temptation or
tamper with vice, who indulge in intemperance, pride, foolishness, or levity, or give way to any other
weakness, give place to the devil; that is, they give the devil an opportunity to work through them-give him
an advantage over them. We should therefore close every avenue to Satan and his angels. We should
suppress anger, be sober and watchful, and nip in the bud every prompting to sin.
 


What is another evidence of divine acceptance?
What is the Lord able to do regarding the future?
10. Because the disciples plucked a few ears of corn on the Sabbath day to satisfy hunger, what accusation did the Pharisees make against them to Christ?
In His first recorded discourse, what did Christ say of the law?
Does God always see fit to grant our petitions?
While dining with Zaccheus, what did Christ say?
What will follow this great conflagration?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle