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By Mary Lindow



Retaliation is the fruit of entitlement and bitterness.


A deeply rooted pride of self formed rights.


It’s a seething, “always simmering right below the surface” behavior, that silently finds ways to justify and punish when the emotionally and spiritually immature individual loses a form of control or loss of attention on demand.


Jesus didn’t retaliate….


…. He was shamed, talked about, ridiculed, blamed, abandoned when he needed love and kindness the most.




…. He endured the cross, so that in hope, those whom He would save, would never retaliate.


“Not returning evil for evil or retaliation for insult, but giving a blessing instead; for you were called for the very purpose that you might, in humility inherit a blessing,”   1 Peter 3:9.




In His Shadow,

By Mary Lindow ©

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22.09 | 15:11

Powerful prayer we need to be declaring and decreeing more today than ever before. Bless you.

28.08 | 06:14

Woman in Peach painting Artist Credit is Pam Herrick!

13.08 | 21:22

GOD is sitting on HIS THRONE
TEARS are streaming down HIS Face
FOR Lack of knowledge MY PEOPLE shall die
HOW come you Believers are so shy?

13.08 | 21:08

The LORD has spoken only when your heart is broken
with pain as deep as an Ocean so that HE can fill it

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