Category: joy


Day 22 – How Do Money & Joy Go Hand-in-Hand?

Jesus Christ said more about money than about any other single thing because, when it comes to a man’s real nature, money is of first importance. Money is an exact index to a man’s true character. All through Scripture there is an intimate correlation between the development of a man’s character and how he handles his money. – Richard Halverson, Former chaplain U.S. Senate … Read More Day 22 – How Do Money & Joy Go Hand-in-Hand?


Day 3 – A Faithful Guarantee

Ever feel like walking out on a relationship because its not going well? Are you struggling in a current relationship? You are not alone…look how the Apostle Paul responds.


What is Christian Hedonism?

As Thanksgiving approaches, are you willing to honestly ask yourself, “Am I truly happy?” Why or why not?

Is More Really More?

The American Dream. Big house. Nice cars. Bank full of money. Properity. Success.  Is it worth living for? One man once said… “Life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement” regardless of social class or circumstances of birth.” –James Truslow Adams in 1931 Many aspire and dream and work towards achieving the American dream … Read More Is More Really More?


What Do You Do With Summer?

Joy is found when I keep my focus on Jesus, not on everyone else within my sight


Where is joy?

We can easily get caught up in the hustle and bustle that we quickly lose sight of joy. Let’s remind ourselves today: Jesus is the reason for the season.


Pure Delight

God’s salvation is our delight, because ultimately, our joy is found in Him. Why? Because we have been given unmerited favor and the free gift of eternal life.


Choose Joy

I remember marveling one day at the parenting skills of my sister-in-law with her young toddler. When she foresaw her son about to make a poor choice, she quickly piped in, “Do you want to make a bad choice or a good choice?” The bad choice entailed biting the baby brother while the good choice involved walking away from trouble. From her strict, yet … Read More Choose Joy

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