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“And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive them, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins.”
Mark 11:25
Lewis Smedes writes,

“Resentment is bittersweet. If we did not cherish it, we would let it go. What sort of rewards do we get from our resentment? Why do we keep score? First, it makes us feel superior to the person we resent … [Also, we] enjoy the felling of hurt that the memory kindles … We feel noble and worthy as the decent person who was wrongly hurt.

“Resentments serve a double purpose: they give us treasured pain, and they give us a chance to justify ourselves … [Yet] it depresses us, robs us of gratitude, sneaks into other relationships.”

 Table Rock Fellowship

3610 N Pacific Hwy

Medford, Oregon 97501

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