Are We Prisoners of Our Past?

"We are all prisoners of our past," said a saddened speaker in a country torn with civil conflict. But are we—any of us—really prisoners of our past?

Christ Jesus certainly accepted no such belief. To a despised Samaritan, a woman with a background of doubtful morality, he revealed his spiritual identity, the Christ. He released a Gadarene from an appalling history of insanity; he restored sight to a man born blind; he straightened a woman bowed double for eighteen years; and he healed many others of lifelong disabilities.

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