Are You Resentful of the Pandemic, Too?
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How much has the pandemic cost you? Cost your family? Your community? The world?

It’s easy to be resentful of the chaos created by a tiny little virus. And then become more resentful of the tsunamis created by the ripple effects of the virus. The deaths, losses, destructions, on and on and on, have been piling up since the beginning of 2020. 

I could make a list of all the pain that the pandemic continues to cause me personally and the world in general in 2021. I’ve already built up a stack of resentment in my mind. 

But what will happen even further down the line if each of us don’t deal with our resentment? Beginning now, while we’re still in the midst of adding on to it?

In our featured post this week, Jennifer walks us through letting go of our resentment. She shares how resentment can hold us captive and taint all our relationships if we don’t let it go.

Read all of Jennifer’s encouraging post here on how, with God’s help, we can let go of resentment. Then add your own links below.

LETTING GO OF RESENTMENT

Have you built up some resentments, too, from the pandemic? Share your thoughts in the comments.


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8 thoughts on “Are You Resentful of the Pandemic, Too?
—Grace & Truth Linkup

  1. blankMichele Morin

    Honestly, sometimes I feel a bit sheepish. We lost so little in the pandemic and most of our “losses” were disappointments. I am aware of the gain I received in compassion and appreciation for family time.

  2. blankLynn D. Morrissey

    Lisa, such an important post. Thank you for sharing. I commented on Jennifer’s blog, and I’m soooo sorry for what you are enduring. praying for you and your family, dear friend!
    xo
    Lynn

  3. blankLynn

    So much of the fallout from the pandemic is still to be determined as time marches on. Somehow it reminds me of the effects of past world wars we read about and see in documentaries. So important to hold onto hope during these times, to keep our hearts soft and resilience healthy.

  4. blankBarbara Harper

    Thank you for sharing Jennifer’s post. I’ve been more frustrated than resentful of the pandemic, but I’ve experienced resentment in other areas. It’s hard to let go of but harder still to hang on to.

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