Trusting God When Life Knocks You Down

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It’s Good for Us

“Letting go of a grudge is good for your health,” writes Giesbrecht. “Grudges increase tension and stress, deplete energy, cause isolation, and prevent old wounds from healing. Grudges steal joy, disrupt sleep, and harden hearts and arteries. Such bitter emotions can even get in the way of prayers. Resentment keeps us in chains unless we recognize it as bitterness. Give up the grudge and our right to get even, and we will gain peace, sound mind, and a restful sleep.”

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