IN HIS BOOK, “None of These Diseases,” Dr. S. I. McMillen wrote:
“The moment I start hating a man, I become his slave.
I can’t enjoy my work anymore because he even controls my thoughts.
My resentments produce too many stress hormones in my body and I become fatigued after only a few hours’ work…
The man I hate hounds me wherever I go…
When the waiter serves me porterhouse steak with French fries, asparagus, crisp salad, and strawberry shortcake smothered with ice cream, it might as well be stale bread and water.
My teeth chew the food and I swallow it, but the man I hate will not permit me to enjoy it.
The man I hate may be miles from my bedroom, but more cruel than any slave-driver.
He whips my thoughts into such a frenzy that my innerspring mattress becomes a rack of torture.”
INCARNATE: “Let all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you, with all malice” (Eph. 4:31).
“GOD LOVES YOU AND I LOVE YOU AND THAT’S THE WAY IT’S GONNA BE!” – MIKE