In the musical fantasy film “The Wizard of Oz” the Tinman was on his way to Emerald City to get a heart. For those of you who know this movie and have possibly watched it many times, do you remember why he wanted a heart? Because he was made out of metal and he desperately wanted a heart so that he could love and be loved. The heart is one of the greatest parts of the human body and it is the source of many things. There are many common English expressions that give us clues about the heart: When people want you to know that something they said is really true, they say “Cross my heart”; When they want to tell you that they are sincere, they say “I mean it from the bottom of my heart”; When they are determined to get or do something, they say “My heart is set on doing this”; When they want to have a personal and intimate conversation, they say “let’s have a heart-to-heart.” The heart is given great importance in our lives – it’s amazing what our hearts can do, or cause us to do. Last week we examined our mind and how it can be a battleground; join us again this Sunday to understand and overcome the battles that take place in our hearts. Bring a friend, and see you at 10:30 a.m. at Innis Town Hall.