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Love Like You've Never Been Hurt - Hope, Healing and the Power of an Open Heart

by Jentezen Franklin, Cherise Franklin
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The human heart has an infinite capacity to care and love. But it's sadly connected to a capacity to easily experience pain. It's hard to overcome this kind of suffering. So in the face of this, it may feel much more difficult to continue to love. Sharing his own personal pain tale, pastor and bestselling New York Times writer Jentezen Franklin teaches us how to seek the energy, and courage to set away the hurt,…
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The human heart has an infinite capacity to care and love. But it’s sadly connected to a capacity to easily experience pain. It’s hard to overcome this kind of suffering. So in the face of this, it may feel much more difficult to continue to love. Sharing his own personal pain tale, pastor and bestselling New York Times writer Jentezen Franklin teaches us how to seek the energy, and courage to set away the hurt, treat people as God sees them, and reach out in compassion. He addresses various forms of emotional frustration and pulse through biblical and modern-day narratives, and asks questions like Why should I trust again? The same walls that block us from finding light, experiencing redemption, and love are the walls that we build around our hearts to cut ourselves off from suffering. In this book are the tools that you need to break down this walls, work through your pain, fix broken relationships, and continue to experience love like you were never hurt.


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The human heart has an infinite capacity to care and love. But it’s sadly connected to a capacity to easily experience pain. It’s hard to overcome this kind of suffering. So in the face of this, it may feel much more difficult to continue to love. Sharing his own personal pain tale, pastor and bestselling New York Times writer Jentezen Franklin teaches us how to seek the energy, and courage to set away the hurt, treat people as God sees them, and reach out in compassion. He addresses various forms of emotional frustration and pulse through biblical and modern-day narratives, and asks questions like Why should I trust again? The same walls that block us from finding light, experiencing redemption, and love are the walls that we build around our hearts to cut ourselves off from suffering. In this book are the tools that you need to break down this walls, work through your pain, fix broken relationships, and continue to experience love like you were never hurt.

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  • Great overall
  • Outstanding writing