'How can you consider disease, war, and environmental distress and not be angry? How can you look at the fact that nothing in your world was exactly as it was meant to be and not be angry? You simply cannot look at the world with the eyes of truth and with a heart committed to what God says is right and good, and not be angry at the state of things in this fallen world. In a fallen world, anger is a good thing. In a fallen world, anger is a constructive thing. In a fallen world, anger is an essential things.
That is, if the anger is about something bigger than you.'
Paul David Tripp, Broken-Down House, p.128.