"Israel loved Joseph more than all his other sons...but his brothers, seeing how his father loved him more than all his other sons, came to hate him..." (Genesis 37)
The problem with resentment is that it is not so clear-cut. Resentment is not spectacular and it is not overt. It can be concealed by the appearance of a holy life. Resentment is so pernicious because it sits very deep within us; in our hearts, in our flesh, in our bones. Often we aren't even aware that it is there.
Hi! I'm the worship director at Cedardale Church, and the webservant that maintains this website.