Each one of us has experienced anger within our hearts.
It never feels good or right. It is also so hard to let go. I experience the stories of people in the confessional as they break open their lives and heart-felt stories of not being able to let go of past hurts and anger toward family members, spouses, children, co-workers, etc.
Why does this human emo on have such a grip on our lives? I am certain there are as many answers to this ques on as there are reasons for anger in the first place.
I must admit that I have struggled at mes to forgive and to “Let go and let God”; however, at some point we must surrender to the path of God who’s wrath comes on slow and who’s Mercy is faster. And, so the journey continues...
Spiritual Thought: Lord, help me forgive the brother or sister who wrongs me. Give me the courage to fully embrace your will for my life. Take me by the hand and walk with me through the challenges of life, love, and relationship with You and others. Be my Shepherd always though I am reluctant to follow always.
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