It is a good thing to be at peace with God and man.
As soon as possible, we must repent to God for the anger, apologize to the one we’ve offended, bring a gift to the neighbor or friend from whom we have been separated. Make the phone call, send the text or email, drop by if that will help. Extend an olive branch. Take responsibility for our part in the matter. Offer forgiveness and seek to be forgiven.
If you find yourself struggling to resolve anger in your life, then perhaps the time has come to talk with someone about it. A friend, a pastor, or a counselor. In most cases, anger hurts us more than it hurts the one we’re angry with. Isn’t it time to rid yourself of anger, rage, malice, and slander (Colossians 3:8)? It is a good thing to be at peace with both God and man. Now is the time.