Love for others and renovation of the heart

Talk to people who devote themselves to helping their fellowman, and you're bound to find people who have learned what it really means to love.

Dave Glass is such a person. He is Methodist minister in rural Woodsfield, Ohio, and he knows the importance of learning to love. "That's what your heavenly Father wants for you every day. You have to learn to love," Glass told Allan Luks, author of The Healing Power of Doing Good. "Tear that crusty exterior down and realize that the joy and the energy and the enthusiasm and the health and the immunity, all of those things are produced by our obeying this book right here [indicating the Bible]." The Healing Power of Doing Good (New York: Ballantine Books, 1991), p. 164 .

February 17, 1997
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