The following comment is inspired by Matthew 5:22," shall be in danger of the judgment, shall be in danger of the council, shall be in danger of hell fire." When does being anrgy is not anger, but
something much more greater? And,what does Jesus means when he said without a cause, does he mean any cause? These three penalties that Jesus had mention, is all related from being angry. There is a difference in being just angry,and being
angry for a legitimate reason. If some one is just angry,they will say anything to hurt people,because they don't care,they are miserable and destructive.They are in danger of the judgment that God will give,and because they are saying words that hurts,such
as Raca,which means worthless in a bad way,they will face the Church Council.because they are just angry.