Let It Go and Go to Bed

Before bed, I put my anger and regrets in God’s hands. He sorts through my collection.

He trashes my resentment to a coworker’s criticism (how dare she!)  and a comment I overheard (nasty).

 

Ephesians 4:26 (NIV)
Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry.

He shakes his head over words spoken that I regret. He tells me to own up to my true motives, to learn from it and to let it go.

James 3:14
But if your heart is full of bitter jealousy and selfishness,
don’t brag or lie to cover up the truth.

Sleep light.

 

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2 Responses to Let It Go and Go to Bed

  1. Or, if you can’t sleep, go out and look up into the night sky. The immensity of Creation is a good way to put our problems into their correct perspective.

  2. Shirlee Abbott says:

    Good point, Andrew. I just took our dog out in the early dawn–brighter than usual because of all the snow, but a few stars poke through the gray sky. And the silence! Praise God in the quiet,

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