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Movie Love

The Grease love story is about a relationship. Two people played by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John fall madly in love. Both are head over heels in love with each other in a very special way. Perhaps you've had a Grease love story kind of relationship with someone special too? Did you know that someone cares for each one of us in this very special kind of way! That someone is God Himself. From the very beginning He cared for you and I and wanted us to have a loving relationship with Him too. So we can read in John 3:16, "God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son..."

Separation

You might remember in the film version of Grease that when after an initial romance and relationship on their summer holidays, they were separated, seemingly forever. So our second keyword is: PARTED (fill in) But as their first love story relationship was severed, so is our own natural relationship with God. The great barrier in our case is our own sinful nature, those things we do even without thinking which offend God. We are all tarred with this same SIN brush, (Write GOD and US on each sides of the Gulf) and we are separated because of it. (Play CD "Summer Nights")✞

Reunited

The song we've just heard was called "Summer Nights" and was sung by the lovers while unknown to one another they were on different sides of the same college campus. At last, they are REUNITED (fill in) Their love was then rekindled. You know, even though our own relationship with God has been severed by sin, God has taken steps to reunite us. (Draw a cross over Gulf) When Jesus died on the cross He was bringing God and humans back to one another in a wonderful way. Do you ever long to know a real peace in your life, of sins forgiven, and a lasting sense of God's presence with you? Open your heart and let Jesus come in now. He has promised to bless you and bring you back to a love story relationship with Him just like Grease!✞

"Grease Love Story"
by Ron Meacock © 1982 - 2017

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