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LET IT GO

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Have you ever been around someone who
had an ‘ax to grind’ with someone? I’m
talking about a person with a true vendetta,
such as the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s or like
Shakespeare’s Montagues and Capulets? I’ve seen it, and can tell you the
pain that it causes can affect multiple generations, and often those down
the line cannot tell you with any kind of accuracy what it’s all been about.
Are you even a little guilty of having a serious grudge against someone
from your past, or that is currently in your life? Are you having a lot of other
problems in your life? Does it seem like things just keep going wrong? Are
they going from bad to worse? Maybe it’s time
for a heart check-up, and the good news is you
don’t have to go to your cardiologist for this one.
Sometimes, when we have a vendetta against
someone, and that unresolved, silent anger (which
very well may be hatred) is sitting there seething
and simmering, sometimes for years, it will affect
every area of your life. Its ugliness can affect your
relationships at home, at work, at church, and at
play! You need to face it and forgive it completely,
which includes forgiving your part in it. Once you
do, you may start to see a change in all the areas
of your life once again. Blessings can flow freely,
to you and through you. Holding a grudge means
holding back blessings. It’s time to let it all go.

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