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The Damaging Bars Of Bitterness

In the book “Growing String in the Seasons of Life,” Charles Swindoll writes about what happens when we’re held captive by the bonds of bitterness. “Bitterness seeps into the basement of our lives like run-off from a broken sewer pipe. Every form of ugliness begins to float to the surface of those murky waters waters: prejudice and profanity, suspicion and hate, cruelty and cynicism. There is no torment like the inner torment of bitterness, which is the by-product of an unforgiving spirit. It refuses to be healed, it refuses to forget. There is no prison more damaging than the bars of bitterness that will not let the battle end.”

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