Trusting God When Life Knocks You Down
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“We can train our minds to refuse to keep score of the wrongs others have committed against us through the power of God’s word,” writes Giesbrecht. “Remember that 1 Corinthians 13:5 says, ‘Love keeps no record of wrongs.’ We must not keep lists of anything that has hurt, angered, offended, or wronged us. It’s only through God’s power this is possible. Evagrius Ponticus said, ‘Resentment casts a cloud over your prayers … if you collect injuries and resentments and think you can still pray, you would probably put water in a bucket full of holes!’"
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