Grudges | Friendship | Forgiveness

“Lord, when my brother wrongs me, how often must I forgive him?” (Matthew 18:21).

An Oklahoma woman tells us how she learned a lesson from her old kitchen stove on how to get rid of grudges and resentments.

In the early years of my marriage, I cooked on a “Home Comfort” range. I loved it. I could put a pot of beans on the back of this big, black, bulging stove early in the morning, and by evening they were cooked to tender perfection. At night, I would ‘bank’ the fire, holding it until morning, when a little shake of dead ashes and a stir of the poker would set it once more to a sudden blaze. It’s warmth and…

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