Love Like You've Never Been Hurt

Hope, Healing and the Power of an Open Heart

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The pain you feel today is the pain you can heal.

It's no secret that those who are closest to us can wound us the most profoundly. Reeling from betrayal, we build walls around our hearts to protect us from the heartache, yet these are the very walls that block us from seeing hope, receiving healing and feeling love.

Sharing his own story of personal pain, pastor and New York Times bestselling author Jentezen Franklin shows you how to find the strength, courage and motivation to love like you've never been hurt. Through biblical and modern-day stories, he discusses different types of relational disappointment and heartache, and answers questions such as Why should I trust again? and How can I ever really forgive?

Don't let someone else's actions control the condition of your heart. Here is everything you need to tear down your walls, work through your wounds, repair damaged relationships and discover the power of an open heart.

"Pastor Jentezen has given us the tools to love through our pain. This is an inspired word from God that will enrich your life."--Mark Batterson, pastor; New York Times bestselling author

"A profound message on the power of unconditional love. A must-read."--Lisa Bevere, New York Times bestselling author; co-founder, Messenger International

"This could be the most powerful book you read. It will strengthen your faith and renew your hope that you can love again."--Craig Groeschel, senior pastor, Life.Church; bestselling author

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Jentezen Franklin, Author

Jentezen Franklin is the senior pastor of Free Chapel, whose messages influence millions through his televised broadcast, Kingdom Connection. A New York Times bestselling author and international speaker, Jentezen lives with his wife, Cherise, in Gainesville, Georgia. Find out more at jentezenfranklin.org.

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