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Jesus said the greatest commandment is to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength and to love our neighbor as ourself. Thats the bottom line. Thats what we were created for. End of story. Yet all too often the wounds, hurts, and scars from our past keep us from doing just that. We want to be better lovers, but damage done to our own hearts keeps us stuck. In this new series well explore what it takes to get unstuck and discover how we can experience the healing power of love.
When I was kid I liked to go into fun houses at amusement parks or on the boardwalk. And it seemed like in every fun house, either at the very beginning or at the very end they would have a mirror, a fun house mirror.
This morning we continue our series called The Healing Power of Love. And because it's been awhile I thought it best that we resume the series with a review of where we've been so far.
Yesterday marked the one year anniversary, if you want to call it that, of Tiger Woods' infamous car accident at 2:30 in the morning outside of his Windermere, Florida, mansion. That happened a year ago yesterday and a lot has happened since in Tiger's life.
Corrie Ten Boom, whose life story was made famous by the movie The Hiding Place, spent part of World War II confined and abused in a Nazi concentration camp. After the end of the war she was released and traveled around Europe speaking about the love and forgiveness of God.