Have you ever been in a state of rage?
To rage is to go on a volatile emotional rampage.
What did your demonstrative outburst resolve?
Being enraged forces your dignified demeanor to dissolve.
Does extreme fury dominate you, ruining while ruling your life?
Being terribly angry provokes friction, spiraling downward to strife.
Do you become incensed, bursting with mean looks and words spoken?
When infuriated, people lose control and relationships are often broken.
Does being very riled up cause you to forfeit joy, peace, and rest?
Becoming too upset robs you; mind, body, and soul health, rage will arrest.
Can you, at this time, grasp how excessive anger brings you harm?
It is akin to a lethal discharge of passions from an emotional firearm.
Are you quick to blame others for the vile behavior that you display?
In the end, your behavior is a result of your choices to do things your way.
Is it difficult for you to accept responsibility for your destructive angry actions?
Admit your fault; seek help before someone is hurt by your hot overreactions.
Have you truly tried the power of God to calm the raging storm within?
Jesus can save, sanctify, and settle, if you earnestly call Him, The Prince of Peace will come in.
When angry, do not sin; do not ever let your wrath (your exasperation, your fury or indignation) last until the sun goes down. Leave no [such] room or foothold for the devil [give no opportunity to him]. Let all bitterness and indignation and wrath (passion, rage, bad temper) and resentment (anger, animosity) and quarreling (brawling, clamor, contention) and slander (evil-speaking, abusive or blasphemous language) be banished from you, with all malice (spite, ill will, or baseness of any kind). And become useful and helpful and kind to one another, tenderhearted (compassionate, understanding, loving-hearted), forgiving one another [readily and freely], as God in Christ forgave you.
Ephesians 4:26-27, 31-32 (Amplified Bible)