We’re all familiar with the circumstances: you’re minding our own business, going about your normal routine, when something unexpectedly goes wrong—an accident due to someone else’s carelessness, or worse, someone tries to undermine the work you’re doing. It’s easy to lash out, to blame others, and to feel victimized. But in the long run, you know that doesn’t really help. So how do you get beyond the resentment, beyond the blame, to the point of healing? Our guests found themselves in such situations—and each tells how prayer led them out of anger and of feeling victimized, and brought healing.
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