Trusting God When Life Knocks You Down


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It’s Good for Us

“Holding onto grudges is self-deception,” writes Sheryl Giesbrecht, author of Get Back Up: Trusting God When Life Knocks You Down.  “We believe we can control situations by refusing to let go. This doesn’t damage the person we are ‘begrudging’ as much as it damages us. Max Lucado said, ‘Grudges are the cocaine of anger, they require more and more hate to keep it alive.’ Resentments are like a cancer. They multiply and intrude on our mental health, relationships, and sound sleep. That kind of holding on can become an addiction.”


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