Frustration can be described as the feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially because of an inability to change or achieve something. Frustration is common to all of us, but if you’re a perfectionist, must always be in control, or are up against a tight deadline, you’re even more likely to become frustrated.

Those who strive to follow God often experience frustration. Sometimes we get frustrated with others, often with ourselves, and occasionally with God. Even the founders of our faith have cried out in frustration and sought ways to deal with their exasperation. (Ps. 22:1–2, Gal. 3:1–5; Prov. 3:5–6; Phil. 1:6; James 1:2–4)

This booklet is focused upon the negative impacts and positive solutions frustration can have on our spiritual witness as ambassadors of our Lord. Most of us would agree that frustration for frustration sake is waste of our precious time, energy, and robs us of an opportunity to be a witness for Christ.

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